Develop Talent for Max Value

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4A's Members: $170 (Login with your 4A's Profile for Member Discount) / Non-4A's Members: $221

Bring more value to your agency by focusing on developing your talented employees!

  • Learn to structure a strong development program.

  • Uncover how all of your employees are already superstars waiting to wow you!

  • Gain a competitive edge over the competition.




Every employee is a superstar waiting to be groomed to reach their maximum potential. Are you ready to lead them there?

What Will You Learn

  • How to uncover your employees’ hidden talents
  • How to build a strong development program
  • How to gain a competitive edge that will boost your employee retention

Who Should Attend

  • C-Suite Leaders 
  • HR Professionals 

Course Description

Bring greater focus to talent development and make your employees more valuable to clients and your agency. Surveys have shown that some of the best companies have made this a high priority, resulting in strong employee retention and reduction in recruitment costs.

Sam Williams and Jim Upson of Green Consultancy discuss best practices for creating, implementing and measuring the success of your employees. They also discuss how the 4A’s can help you build an education program for which employees at different career-levels can take advantage of. Get ready to build a dream team of employees with tips and strategies from this course!

About the Thought Leader

Sam_Williams   Sam Williams and Jim Upson of Green Consultancy have more than 70 years of collective agency
  experience as owners, CFOs, COOs and managing partners. We have an additional 10-plus years
  of CPA experience, performing audits and creating personal financial plans for our clients. We’ve
  seen all the highs and lows. And yes, we both walked away from our agencies after achieving our   
  personal financial goals. 

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