550 Winter St
Enhance Your Skills; Boost Your Business
Join your NAPO-NE colleagues at this one-day seminar. Guest speakers will provide a mix of information and education to support and enhance your hands-on skills as well as business operations and client interactions.
Speakers & sessions
James Harder, Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries
Goodwill: Bring Good Home
Learn about Goodwill’s history and mission and how NAPO professionals can work with Goodwill and how donations help the community.
Nick Hill and Kathy Harney, Gentle Giant Moving Company
Pack Like the Pros-Best Moving Tips & Practices
Learn about proper packing techniques in preparation for a client’s move. Identify which items are difficult to move and what items organizers should or should not pack. Attendees will also learn how to determine how many, and which type of boxes are needed for a move.
Diane Darling, The Network Survival Guide
Effective Networking for Professional Organizers
In this interactive, participatory program you’ll learn how to build relationships, make meaningful connections, and build your business. Diane Darling literally wrote the book about networking, The Networking Survival Guide and Networking for Career Success – now translated into 9 languages.
Lisa Beaton, Inspired Closets
Custom Closets-The Endless Options
A veteran closet designer offers his guidelines for custom closet design. Attendees will learn how to recognize opportunities for storage improvement, grow their understanding of the custom closet/storage market and learn about an income opportunity.
Beth Carter, Beth Carter Enterprises
The Science of Being a Superhero
All of us have various titles including functional titles, i.e. CEO, Business Owner, etc., but are those the only defining qualities we have? What superpowers do we possess that we need to capitalize on? By focusing on our strengths (and not on our weaknesses) we can better be prepared to market ourselves to potential clients, our advocates, and other key influencers. During this interactive presentation, attendees will learn how to define their superpowers others see that they don’t.
Cost is $75. Lunch is on your own.