Customer service and marketing will be the themes of two seminars to be offered today (Mar. 31) at Montgomery Community College (MCC) in Troy. The sessions will be led by Emily Ballance, a nationally-recognized speaker and author with a background in healthcare, private counseling and the corporate world.
Biographical information on her website says, “Emily offers a humorous perspective on the challenges of work, generational differences, stress management, customer service, difficult people and life in general. Her presentations come alive with her positive, affirming humor and her audiences leave with better skills to improve work relationships, manage stress, increase productivity, and enhance their health, happiness and well-being.”
Her first session, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., will focus on “Secrets of Great Customer Service”. Topics will include the many aspects of customer service and cultivating repeat customers.
The second seminar, 6 to 9 p.m., is titled, “Market Your Business by Networking in Your Local Community”. In this session, Ballance will talk about making connections that will result in business relationships, sharing her own insight on the subject as an entrepreneur for over 25 years.
“Bring your business cards if you have some,” Ballance said. “But don’t worry if you are just getting started or don’t have any. This is a fun, informative, and interactive presentation. It’s a great chance to meet people and…yes…practice networking! But without pressure.”
Both seminars will be in Building 100, Room 136, at MCC and are free and open to the public.
Richard Hinson, director of MCC’s Small Business Center, said, “Emily Ballance is one of the very best speakers available to the N.C. Small Business Center Network, so please take advantage of this excellent opportunity to improve your knowledge on these very important subjects.”
Additional information is avalable form Richard Hinson, MCC Small Business Center Director, at 910-576-6222, ext. 216, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emily Ballance is a Certified Speaking Professional. The CSP is the highest earned designation awarded by the National Speakers Association. Ballance speaks on business related topics for Small Business Centers throughout the North Carolina Community College System. She also travels across the country presenting keynotes on humor and stress management and workshops on generations in the workplace, as well as other topics, which can be seen at http://www.emilyballance.com.