Fairfield, CO, May 08, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- ActionCOACH, the world’s largest business coaching firm, is conducting “How to build a business that works without you,” a workshop for growth-minded business owners, Thursday, May 15 at Capitol PhotoInteractive, 1300 Post Road, Fairfield, CT, from 5:15 p.m to 7 p.m. For information and reservations, call 203 210-7003 or email email@example.com. Because it is part of the Steve Madwed Memorial Lecture Series, the program, normally $35, is free but attendance is limited. So those interested in attending should make reservations immediately.
Among the topics covered:
• How to build a strong management team,
• How to leverage your time to maximize efficiency and profits and
• How to work on your business instead of in your business
The workshop will be led by successful businessman and Certified Action Business Coach Jim Malski.
Malski (firstname.lastname@example.org) began his career as a CPA with PriceWaterhouseCoopers. Since then he has bought and sold 16 businesses and held a number of senior management positions, including president, COO, CFO, controller, and coached entrepreneurs on how to profitably grow their organizations through sound financial and business-development practices. Malski is the founder of Westport-based ActionCOACH of Connecticut, repeatedly recognized as one of the top three ActionCOACH offices in North America and among the top 20 worldwide. He is the host of a new Fairfield County business advice radio program, Talking Business, Taking Action, every Saturday from 12:30 to 1 on WSTC-AM (1400) and WNLK-AM (1350).
ActionCOACH has more than 1200 offices in 24 countries. Its coaches work with owners of small to medium sized businesses using ActionCOACH proprietary business development methods to systematically and consistently grow their profits, free up their time and build winning teams.
For more information about ActionCOACH’s programs and business leadership materials, call 203 210.7003 or visit www.ActionCOACHnow.com.
Capitol Photointeractive is a full-service professional photography and digital studio, celebrating its 30th year in business. The lecture series honors Steve Medwed, Capitol’s founder, who died several years ago.