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[Podcast] Strategies To Get The Regulators Off Your Back

Enrollment Management Round Table with Enrollment Resources - Strategies To Get The Regulators Off Your Back

Our presenters in this episode are Gregg Meiklejohn, Shane Sparks, Tom King of Enrollment Resources, and JP Smith, President of Celsius Marketing | Interactive. The panel explores one interesting strategy that will get the various regulators off your back and have employers wanting to hire your grads. The question you must always ask is, “How can I get my School to world-class like Tesla is to cars and Apple is to smartphones?

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[Transcript] Strategies To Get The Regulators Off Your Back

Enrollment Management Round Table with Enrollment Resources Transcript - Strategies To Get The Regulators Off Your BackThis is the full transcript of Podcast #50 “Strategies To Get The Regulators Off Your Back” hosted by Gregg Meiklejohn, Shane Sparks, and Tom King of Enrollment Resources, with special guest JP Smith, President of Celsius Marketing | Interactive.

Listen to it on demand here. Read more

Strategies To Get The Regulators Off Your Back

Strategies To Get The Regulators Off Your Back from Enrollment Resources

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With the howl and cry about impending regulations, past hurts, and overwhelming burdens set upon proprietary schools, I say enough is enough; it’s time to prepare. Title IV funding could end, the well could run dry, and it could be abrupt. It is prudent for proprietary schools to plan for Title IV to diminish or expect to get hammered in some fashion in the next two to three years. In my view, schools should explore alternatives to Title IV funding-trough before it is too late.

There are ways to get the regulators off your back by securing alternative funding pools. But, there is another strategy that can decrease your school’s need to secure alternate funding sources (such as you local Savings and Loan).

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[Podcast] The Anatomy Of A Rock Star DOA

Enrollment Management Round Table with Enrollment Resources Transcript - The Anatomy Of A Rock Star Director Of Admissions

In this episode, Gregg, Tom, and Scott explore the ten essential things every Director of Admissions needs to build a dynamic sales team, drive revenue, and promote team development at your school. Read more

[Transcript] The Anatomy Of A Rock Star DOA

Enrollment Management Round Table with Enrollment Resources Transcript - The Anatomy Of A Rock Star Director Of Admissions

This is the full transcript of Podcast #49 “The Anatomy Of A Rock Star DOA” hosted by Gregg Meiklejohn, Tom King, and Scott Spitolnick.

Listen to it on demand here. Read more

[Webinar] The Anatomy Of A Rock Star DOA

The Anatomy Of A Rock Star DOA - A webinar from Enrollment Resources

On Thursday, August 29th, at 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST, we will take a deep dive inside the Director of Admissions role to find out exactly what it takes to be a Rock Star DOA.

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Why This Simple Sales KPI Is The Most Important

How A Single Simple Sales KPI Doubled Revenues

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I’ve spent many many hours trying to figure out how to manage the performance of our B to B sales team. Eventually, after I put my pride and pig-headed nature aside, I landed on some insights and a big sales KPI breakthrough that have helped significantly in terms of revenue at our company.

Insight #1

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Podcast #50: Strategies To Get The Regulators Off Your Back

Enrollment Management Round Table with Enrollment Resources - Strategies To Get The Regulators Off Your Back

Our presenters in this episode are Gregg Meiklejohn, Shane Sparks, Tom King of Enrollment Resources, and JP Smith, President of Celsius Marketing | Interactive. The panel explores one interesting strategy that will get the various regulators off your back and have employers wanting to hire your grads. The question you must always ask is, “How can I get my School to world-class like Tesla is to cars and Apple is to smartphones?

Takeaways include:

  • Why, as EDU leaders, we must continuously stay in the question, “How do I make my School world-class” like Tesla is to electric cars or Apple is to smartphones?
  • Some key operational elements that will help your School become world-class.
  • Is a world-class EDU “product” simply teachers and curriculum, or is there so much more? Listen to this debate.
  • As you move toward becoming a world-class school, how do you avoid back-sliding?

Transcript available here.

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