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NAMA adds program to Florida event


July 11, 2008
By Cam Wood


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July 11, 2008, Chicago, IL – By popular demand, the National Automatic
Merchandising Association’s (NAMA) highly acclaimed Supervisor
Development Program has been added to the Southeastern Vending
Association (SEVA) line-up, announced LyNae Schleyer, NAMA senior
director of education and trade shows.

July 11, 2008, Chicago, IL – By popular demand, the National Automatic Merchandising Association’s (NAMA) highly acclaimed Supervisor Development Program has been added to the Southeastern Vending Association (SEVA) line-up, announced LyNae Schleyer, NAMA senior director of education and trade shows. It will be offered Aug. 4-6, prior to SEVA convention activities at the Sandestin Resort in Destin, FL.

The program is intended to equip recently appointed supervisors and managers with tools, goals and training to become effective team leaders, who will, in turn, help push their companies into new levels of growth and prosperity. 

Similar to the highly successful Executive Development Program currently offered at Michigan State University, the program is taught by outside professors and internal industry experts.
  
During the three days, attendees will receive intense exposure to strategies and skills  ranging from decision-making, time management, communication, personal selling, leadership and working with customers, that are critical for a successful leader in today’s face-paced world.
           
Deadline for registration is July 18. Program fee is $1,250 and includes sessions led by industry leaders, most meals and breaks, Jim Collins’ book "Good to Great," learning material and certificate upon completion. Rooms may be booked at the Sandestin Resort by July 14. Call 800-320-8115 and use discount code "Southeastern Vending Association."

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If you have any questions please contact NAMA Education at education@vending.org, or 312-346-0370.