Create More and Better Opportunities For Your Clients

Create More and Better Opportunities For Your Clients

Do you work in the supported employment field?  In this workshop, you will learn how to reach out to employers in a way that will get you speaking to the right person, better understand their needs and offer solutions that will make a difference – placing more people in better jobs!

Learning how to gain better insight into the employer’s perspective, their reality and what they are trying to achieve for their organization is critical to creating win-win scenarios.

You’ll get an introduction to some of the tools that are available to help you create more and better opportunities for your clients, satisfy more employers and create sustainable working relationships.

Attendees will learn the following:

1. The ‘secret’ that placing more people in better jobs is about working together

for mutual benefit

2. How to uncover the true needs of your employer or customer

3. The top ten rules for successfully sharing your idea, product, service or social impact

Presented by Scott Donald & Frank Atnikov

Scott Donald is an accomplished senior business professional with almost 30 years of experience in telecom, professional services, software, IT and Not For Profit sectors. Scott has a proven record in helping clients solve their problems and leverage opportunities, and is particularly interested in working with non-profit organizations that work with people to help all involved achieve their goals.

Frank Atnikov combines deep business knowledge and a passion to help people prosper. His collaborative and holistic approach to developing sustainable business solutions has helped dozens of entrepreneurs, small businesses, social enterprises and non-profits flourish. Frank can meet your needs as a consultant, trainer, facilitator or coach. Growth. Made simple.

January 30, 2018; 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

North Centennial Recreation & Leisure Facility; 90 Sinclair St. Winnipeg, MB

Cost: $69.00 (plus GST and processing fees)

To register go here

For more information call: 204-798-1264 or

(event subject to change)