Referability is a Long-Term Game, But Are You Even Playing?

September 2, 2014 @ 5:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Byron's South End
101 West Worthington Avenue #110
Charlotte, NC 28203
NAWBO Charlotte
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Referability is a Long-Term Game, But Are You Even Playing?

Stacey Randall, researcher and owner of Take Control of Your Days, knows that 70% of people are NOT naturally inclined to make referrals. Join us for a discussion on how to create a business strategy that can increase your business growth through referrals. With more than 60% of her business coming through referrals, Stacey will share the strategies she teaches her clients on building a Referral-Based Client Based Model™ that can be executed, automated and measured.

Regular registration ends FRIDAY, August 29, 2014!

About Stacey:

Stacey Randall is the creator of Take Control of Your Days and founder of Randall Research.  As an entrepreneur, wife, mother, professor, aspiring author and a few other roles…Stacey understands being busy and feeling overwhelmed. Stacey’s mission is to create productive people so going to work on Monday isn’t so bad.

Stacey is a certified productivity and time efficiency coach and consultant, employee retention specialist, adjunct professor at Queens University, and serves as a trainer for UNC Charlotte Continuing Education division. Stacey has presented to groups of all sizes, all across the country on work/life integration and productivity, employee engagement, generational diversity, and communication.

Stacey has been published in national and local publications including WorldatWork Journal, Workforce Management and Accounting Today. She has been interviewed by and quoted in newspapers and blogs across the country including Bloomberg News and Business Finance. Some of her clients include KPMG, Family Dollar, Snyder’s-Lance, Shaw Power Group, and the City of Charlotte.

Stacey received her Master’s in Organizational Communication from Queens University.  She is married and has two kids, a 6-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter.

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