Chamber Package


Special Chamber of Commerce Packages

 

Lunch Presentation

A complimentary (expenses only) lunchtime presentation titled Are You in Control of Your Life or is Your Life in Control of You. This can vary from 20 to 45 minutes, depending on the needs of your group. When I talk to people about what stresses them and keeps them up at night, or when I ask them about the biggest detriment to their productivity the answer is usually “I just don’t feel in control of my life.” This presentation looks at the causes of feeling of loss of control and provides solutions to help you regain the control you desire and need, so that you can be productive while leading a balanced life.

When selecting the complimentary option your Chamber will also need to select one of the following non-dues revenue options for your Chamber.

Option A

Live Workshop (6 hours) A Balanced Life is a Matter of Choice, Not Chance 

By balancing a career with life outside of work you will gain benefits in each environment. You will become healthier -mentally and physically- and you will be able to produce more in your career while enjoying life more.

Through highly-interactive learning, you master easy-to-use work-life balance tools and skills to better manage both your projects and your relationships. By applying these life-balance solutions, you gain more control and balance, both professionally and personally. You will leave this program with an action plan that’s ready to implement.

The outcome for organizations is higher performance from more skilled, accountable and committed employees and managers.

Revenue Options

A.1. Bill Wright will receive a one-time fee of $2500 to design, develop and deliver the workshop, plus a $25/participant learning guide fee. This allows some customization of the program based on conversations with up to six members in advance. He will help prepare marketing materials and provide a related article in advance for your e-mail promotions or newsletter. The chamber will market the workshop and handle the logistics such as collection of fees, securing the venue, etc. The workshop can accommodate up to 40 people and the recommended fee would be $177 to $377 per person, with a recommended $25-$50 off for early bird and a group discount for organizations with more than one person registering.

Bill will offer the participants supporting coaching packages at discounts and additional specialty offers will be available.

A.2. This option is a similar offer to A.1, but instead of a flat rate, the Chamber and Bill Wright will share the net profits of the workshop on a 50/50 basis after all expenses. This is subject to a minimum fee of $1000.

Option B

A Balanced Life is a Matter of Choice, Not Chance – The teleseminar series

For those struggling with balance, Option B can be more appealing because, while the time commitment is the same as Option A, it is spread out over a longer period of time and does not involve travel time or expense. The program consists of six one-hour sessions. This has the advantage of allowing more reflection time between concepts and tips.

This seminar aims to help you develop your own strategies for balancing your career with your life, allowing you to benefit in both environments. You will become healthier, mentally and physically, and you will be able to produce more in your career while enjoying it more. Through interactive learning, you will master the tools and skills you need to better manage your projects and relationships. By applying these life balance solutions, you gain more control and balance both professionally and personally. You will leave this program with an action plan that’s ready to implement.

The outcome for organizations is higher performance from more skilled, accountable and committed employees and managers.

Revenue Options

B.1. Bill Wright will receive a one-time fee of $1500 to design, develop and deliver the workshop. The learning guide is delivered electronically with no additional fee. Some customization of the program is possible based on talking with up to six members in advance. Bill will help prepare marketing materials and provide a related article in advance for your e-mail promotions or newsletter. The chamber will market the workshop and will handle the logistics such as collection of fees, securing the venue, etc. The workshop can accommodate up to 10-100 people depending on the level of activity requested and the recommended fee would be $77 to $177 per person, with a recommended $10-$50 off for early-bird purchases. It can be marketed that more than one person registering from the same organization can listen in at no additional cost.

Bill will offer the participants supporting coaching packages at discounts and additional offers will be available.

B.2. This option is a similar offer to B.1, except instead of a flat rate, Chamber and Bill Wright will share the net profits of the workshop on a 50/50 basis after all expenses. This is subject to a minimum fee of $1000.

Option C

Live Workshop (6 hours) Effective Communication: What they need to hear and how they need to hear it 

One of the most common forms of stress and failure-to-accomplish, both on the job and in relationships, is most often the result of miscommunication.

Through highly-interactive and fun learning, you learn your behavioral style (based on an included assessment using the DISC model) and what your style means in terms of your needs and wants. You will also become aware of your communication style, and how it affects others. You will learn to recognize the behavioral types of others so that you may communicate in their preferred style.

The outcome for organizations is higher performance from more skilled, accountable and committed employees and managers. Participants will not only communicate in a fashion that reduces stress and conflict, and this will lead to greater productivity and fewer mistakes due to miscommunication.

Revenue Options

C.1. Bill Wright will receive a one-time fee of $2500 to design, develop and deliver the workshop, plus a $25/participant learning guide fee. This allows some customization of the program based on conversations with up to six members in advance. He will help prepare marketing materials and provide a related article in advance for your e-mail promotions or newsletter. The chamber will market the workshop and handle the logistics such as collection of fees, securing the venue, etc. The workshop can accommodate up to 40 people and the recommended fee would be $177 to $377 per person, with a recommended $25-$50 off for early bird and a group discount for organizations with more than one person registering.

Bill will offer the participants supporting coaching packages at discounts and additional specialty offers will be available. Bill’s e-book Effective Communication: What they need to hear and how they need to hear it  is offered to participants at 50% off.

C.2. This option is a similar offer to A.1, but instead of a flat rate, the Chamber and Bill Wright will share the net profits of the workshop on a 50/50 basis after all expenses. This is subject to a minimum fee of $1000.

Option D

Live Workshop (3 hours) Effective Communication: What they need to hear and how they need to hear it 

One of the most common forms of stress and failure-to-accomplish, both on the job and in relationships, is most often the result of miscommunication.

Through highly-interactive and fun learning, you learn your behavioral style (based on an included assessment using the DISC model) and what your style means in terms of your needs and wants. You will also become aware of your communication style, and how it affects others. You will learn to recognize the behavioral types of others so that you may communicate in their preferred style. This shorter version focuses on the highlights of the longer version and has fewer exercises.

The outcome for organizations is higher performance from more skilled, accountable and committed employees and managers. Participants will not only communicate in a fashion that reduces stress and conflict, and this will lead to greater productivity and fewer mistakes due to miscommunication.

Revenue Options

D.1. Bill Wright will receive a one-time fee of $2500 to design, develop and deliver the workshop, plus a $25/participant learning guide fee. This allows some customization of the program based on conversations with up to six members in advance. He will help prepare marketing materials and provide a related article in advance for your e-mail promotions or newsletter. The chamber will market the workshop and handle the logistics such as collection of fees, securing the venue, etc. The workshop can accommodate up to 40 people and the recommended fee would be $97 to $277 per person, with a recommended $25-$50 off for early bird and a group discount for organizations with more than one person registering.

Bill will offer the participants supporting coaching packages at discounts and additional specialty offers will be available. Bill’s e-book Effective Communication: What they need to hear and how they need to hear it  is offered to participants at 50% off.

D.2. This option is a similar offer to D.1, but instead of a flat rate, the Chamber and Bill Wright will share the net profits of the workshop on a 50/50 basis after all expenses. This is subject to a minimum fee of $800.

 

As a bonus for Chamber’s within a 2.5 hour drive of Ottawa, Ontario the educational event can be coupled with a sommelier lead social event offering good company, good wine and good food. For additional ideas visit my sister site thespeakingsommelier.com

A sample of part of the Effective Communication: What they need to hear and how they need to hear it presentation can be seen here.

Reasons for hiring Bill can be seen here.