June is Consultant Appreciation Month at TrainingPros!

If you’ve been a consultant in our talent pool very long, you’ll recognize “Consultant Appreciation Month”! Employees, Bosses, Secretaries and even Grandmothers have an appreciation day set aside. But Consultants usually don’t have a “day of appreciation”.  Here at TrainingPros, we set aside a whole month to appreciate our great consultants. For 2013 – June is Consultant Appreciation Month.

History: 

For the past two years, we’ve been appreciating our consultants during one month of the year by having random drawings for gift cards and collecting great reviews on them from the clients that are working with them. We’ve had quite a few “winners” that enjoyed spending their gift cards over the summer.  Read about our past events here:

https://ileighanne.wordpress.com/2011/05/31/consultant-appreciation-month/

https://ileighanne.wordpress.com/2012/06/13/consultant-appreciation-month-may-2012/

This Year’s Plans: 

This year, we have expanded our plans and joined forces in the SouthEast. Now, all the Relationship Managers in the SouthEast are working together to bring you this great month.  Planned activities include:

  • More random drawings for gift cards.
  • Consultant breakfasts or lunches around the different locations
  • Lunch and Learn events free to consultants
  • Giveaways

Our first Lunch and Learn is scheduled for June 11th, 2013 in Dunwoody, GA.  Mark your calendar now and watch for updates.

Watch for more announcements on this blog and on my Facebook Page throughout the month of June.  And watch for the winners!

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