Professional Skills Seminars

class-2Professional skills seminars have long been one of the most overlooked opportunities for significant Chapter revenue and membership growth.  The challenge for most Chapters has been finding the needed resources (that is volunteers to put the program on) and content that members are interested in and find valuable.  GR8PM can help with Career Development Seminars on the hottest trends and perennial favorites that grow your membership!

How Can We Help You?

We can help you overcome the keys challenges facing most Chapters – not enough volunteers and programs with proven member interest.

We have world-class career development seminars - based on Amazon #1 Best Seller books and training products - that can be stand-alone events or part of a “pre-packaged” Professional Development Day.

As with all of our other programs, these events give Chapters a 100% risk-free option where GR8PM does all the logistical heavy lifting. Yet the Chapter retains the high-impact member engagement and financial upside! We provide the content and Trainers; we sign the venue and supplier contracts; we provide the marketing support; the Chapter gets a 100% risk-free event that impresses the members, recruits volunteers, …and makes money!

The best way to learn about it is to schedule a conference call with us and your interested Board members. What do you have to lose? After all, we guarantee remarkable results and 100% risk-free choices. Even the conference call is free, so why not invest a few minutes to see how other Chapters are enjoying almost effortless growth!


E-mail us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us at 619-890-5807 to arrange a date and time to chat.


Agile Almanac Book 2 perks from the Amazon Book Launch Event:

Perk #3 - Your encrypted PDF copy of Chapters 01, 02, 10 and 11 can be downloaded using this link.




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