Great companies create a great vision of the future and then challenge their teams to be aware of the things they must work on to achieve that vision. As everyone in the company becomes aware of the fundamental business issues of market, teamwork, training, systems, cost control and rewards, a long-term strategy will be developed with a culture of energized individuals.

Jim PaluchLearn how to make this happen at "The Important Work We Do," a daylong workshop with Jim Paluch of JP Horizons, on Thursday, July 11 at the Valley Oak Event Center in Geneseo.

Jim will help you understand what it is you do and why it matters. Then you'll use that new perspective in a creative brainstorming session with your fellow NYSNLA members, where best practices can be shared and better practices discovered, Jim will help you find ways to capture the purpose and vision of your company and apply it to creating business, recruiting and retraining people, and continuing success in the profession.

The program will cover:

  • “What is it you do, anyway?” Understanding the meaningful work that we do, energy, inspiration and a driving purpose for why we are in business will keep a company thriving into the future.
  • Register Now! ButtonThinking differently and creating ideas to put into action. In a creative brainstorming session where best practices can be shared and better practices discovered, Jim will help you find ways to capture the purpose and vision of your company and apply it to your success strategy.
  • Creating organizational excitement – Energizing your team. Great companies create a great vision of the future and then challenge their teams to be aware of the things they must work on to achieve that vision.
  • Taking action. Jim will guide you in creating an action plan to implement one of the ideas you heard throughout the day and systematically work toward accomplishing a specific result for your career, sales, leadership, business or life.

Jim Paluch isn't just any business consultant. He grew up in the landscape profession. Like many, he started on landscape crews in high school, became a Landscape Architect in 1982 and developed into a multimillion-dollar landscape sales professional. He knows the ins, outs and special circumstances facing green industry businesses because he's been there. Watch him in action here.

Training like this can cost many hundreds or even thousands of dollars. This valuable educational content is offered at only $150 for the first attendee from a NYSNLA member company, and $125 for each additional participant. Non-members are welcome, too, at $180 for the first attendee and $155 per colleague.

Register now -- this program could fill up fast!