Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Business Practices Shift for a New Stabilized Economy

For Immediate Release
November 3 2009

Business Practices Shift for a New Stabilized Economy

Grande Prairie, AB- Now that the International Monetary Fund has given a more optimistic global economy forecast, businesses who may have struggled in the recession now need to shift their focus to fresh ideas and new strategies to become more successful.

“The next 6-8 months are going to be critical for businesses and companies to focus on team building, the bottom line and customer service as the economy slowly stabilizes. Now is the time for focusing on positioning and growing their businesses,” says Business Coach Peter Lepinski of ActionCOACH.

Learning how to maximize networking, how to take advantage of low cost marketing strategies, and understanding how to zone in on their target markets are just a few of the key areas that Lepinski talks about in his workshops.

“Many companies who hired and worked with a business coach through the tough times are now in a far better position to look at the positive side to the economy, but it’s never too late to get that expertise of a coach on their side,” says Lepinski.

Peter is seeing a new vibrancy in business in the Grande Prairie region and he wants to make sure that all the businesses in the area will continue to thrive and be successful after going through this period of uncertainty and fluctuating markets.

ActionCOACH Peter Lepinski  provides business coaching, group workshops and seminars and team specific training that will ensure businesses have a stronger and more positive plan and direction while emerging from these tough times.

For more information and to register for a seminar visit: http://www.actioncoach.com/peterlepinski/

To book an interview contact:
Rachel Sentes                                                                      

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