Low-cost volunteer public speaking training for you and your workers! Details on today’s Business Next audio seminar
August 13, 2012
Today on Business Next, Michael Rogers talks with Jack Pyle, Lt. Governor for Marketing for District 62 Toastmasters, to learn how Toastmasters’ low-cost volunteer public speaking training can help your small business employees improve their productivity and value as workers. Also on today’s show, Valentino Hernandez, owner of iCab, talks about his taxi cab service that harnesses the power of mobile technology (featured on Michiganjobsinsight.com); James A. Ostrowski, Office of Environmental Assistance for the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, talks about the recently-released 7th Edition Michigan Guide to Environmental Health & Safety Regulations; and Tyrell Barnes, owner of New Tech Central, discusses his high end computer business and the rewards and challenges of being a small business owner in Detroit.
Listen today at 10 a.m., 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. on the Michigan Business Network. SBAM members can log in and listen to archived programs anytime on a PC or mobile device by going to the Business Next show page.