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[Webinar] Find $1M in lost enrollment revenues in 45 min? Challenge accepted.

Watch ER co-founder Gregg Meiklejohn uncover $1M in lost Enrollment Revenues for a small Vocational School he has never met before... in only 45 minutes!

Do you want to see exactly where a school like yours is leaking hundreds of thousands of dollars from small cracks in their Enrollment Management Process?

Watch live as Enrollment Resources co-founder Gregg Meiklejohn attempts to uncover $1 million in lost Enrollment Revenues for a small Vocational School he has never met before… in only 45 minutes! Talk about pressure! Click here to reserve your spot.

Observe the spectacle LIVE at 11:00 am PST / 2:00 pm EST on Tuesday, October 3rd and Thursday, October 5th.

No matter Gregg’s fate, the live EMScorecard™ GAP analysis will leave you with tons of process improvement tips and insider knowledge including:

  • The school’s greatest operational points of leverage;
  • Several 1-2% opportunities they can seize upon and turn into rapid enrollment growth;
  • Key bottlenecks preventing the successful implementation of good ideas; and
  • How they’re performing against competitors.

The Enrollment Resources Scorecard Live and Unabridged will no doubt have Gregg sweating bullets. Will he fall flat on his face or will he prevail? The staff at ER are taking bets… but you’ll have to be there to find out. Make sure you save your seat!

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Reputation is ¾ of Everything

I was leafing through Douglas Magazine, an excellent tome on local business issues. I came across an excellent article written by an old friend Mike Wicks, a reputable dude who has made his living in sales training, writing, etc… Mike’s article was about the value of a reputation from an empirical perspective. In other words, one can attach a financial score to a weak reputation and it’s not pretty. Mike’s article got me thinking about a few things on this topic;

Product Delivery is the premix for Reputation

My partner Shane Sparks and I are fond of saying “Nothing can destroy a crappy business like a great Ad Campaign.” The outcome of a branding effort is to leave the consumer with kind of a buyer’s insurance policy that they are making good choices. If a business is delivering crap, the branding efforts will not grab, and it will simply accelerate negative word-of-mouth. Read more