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Date: Mar 15, 2007
Operation Downtown Seminar teaches how to Cut to the Chase at workHofstra University, Hempstead, NY – Cut to the Chase will be the topic of the next seminar in Hofstra’s “Operation Downtown” series on March 8, 2007 from 8-10 a.m. in room 246 of the Scott Skodnek Business Development Center, Joan & Donald E. Axinn Library, south campus.
The seminar will be led by Stuart R. Levine, Chairman and CEO of Stuart Levine & Associates LLC, and author of the book, Cut to the Chase. It will cover topics such as how to make your point, act effectively, start with the end in mind, achieve a work/life balance, master the 10-minute meeting, think clearly, and communicate directly. The seminar is based on his book, in which Mr. Levine gives 100 no-nonsense rules on how to save both energy and time to become more effective and productive at work and in life. The book is about how disciplined strategic thinking leads to better decision-making. Mr. Levine, who also wrote The Six Fundamentals of Success: The Rules for Getting it Right for Yourself and Your Organization, is a globally insightful, exhilarating speaker who helps entrepreneurs and business leaders meet their goals.
For further information or to register (seating is limited), please contact Hofstra’s Business Development Center at 463-6333, fax 516-463-3907, or register on line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These free Operation Downtown seminars, begun in October 2004, address topics of interest to business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs, said Richard V. Guardino, Jr., Vice President for Business Development at the Scott Skodnek Business Development Center at Hofstra University. The series is partially funded by a grant from New York State Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. .
The Business Development Center’s mission is to help businesses, public entities and community organizations on Long Island and in the metropolitan area succeed in their various enterprises, while simultaneously enhancing the opportunities for Hofstra University and its students. The BDC is a multidisciplinary center offering human and technological resources for business support and education, as well as community service. It also supports government agencies in their own endeavors and in their efforts to assist businesses in the metropolitan area.
Hofstra University is a dynamic private institution where students find their edge to succeed in more than 140 undergraduate and 155 graduate programs in liberal arts and sciences, business, communication, education and allied human services, and honors studies, and a School of Law.