Press Release: Due to overwhelming response from organizations across the community, the Studer Institute is scheduling a second day of its “Leadership in the Workplace” training. Registration is available at the organization’s website, StuderInstitute.com.
The original August 20th training on employee engagement and customer satisfaction filled up within three weeks of its announcement, and because of continued demand, the Institute will be offering the training again on the next day, August 21st. The training will run from 8:30am – 3:30pm at the Crowne Plaza hotel in Downtown Pensacola. The cost, as it was for the first training, is a check for $100 per person to the nonprofit organization of the participant’s choice.
Randy Hammer, President of the Studer Institute, said he was excited about the interest and enthusiasm for the training, and hoped to set the stage for future Studer Institute speakers and workshops. Hammer also noted that with an additional day of the training being offered, even more money could be raised for local charities and nonprofits, which was already estimated at $20,000 from the combined contributions of the first day’s attendees.
“It is really exciting to see the enthusiasm for this training, and we saw such demand for the first training that we felt we should add an additional day so more people could attend and participate. This is such a great chance to learn from one of the best in the business about ways to measure and improve a business or an organization,” said Hammer, referring to Quint Studer, who will lead the trainings. “Plus, you get to learn all this for the price of $100 to your favorite nonprofit, which is a great way for all of us to give back,” Hammer continued.
The “Leadership in the Workplace” trainings are geared towards any organization with employees or customers. Attendees will come away with tools and skills to help create a great workplace culture and provide superior customer service. In addition, a business networking trade show will be available following the seminar. This event will provide an opportunity for local organizations to set up display tables with information on their products and services, as well as network with other participants in a more informal setting.
Hammer noted that the seminars were just the first of several to be sponsored by the Studer Institute over the coming months. For more information on the Studer Institute “Leadership in the Workplace” seminar, please visit www.StuderInstitute.com.