Anyone who has run a small bookkeeping practice has been spooked by a variety of unexpected “terrors.” For example, the ideal client who vanishes into thin air; the demanding client who won’t go away; the “small” project that metastasizes into a gigantic nightmare, and more.
If any of these sound familiar, join us on Tuesday, October 22, for the monthly Bookkeepers Group of San Diego’s October meeting. You’ll receive practical guidance (served up with Halloween humor) that you can apply immediately to help make your work life run more smoothly and successfully. We’ll discuss such scenarios as:
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
With more than 30 years of experience advising professional service firms locally, nationally, and internationally, Leah Swearingen, APR, has seen it all: “blown” client relationships; the perils of working with deadbeat clients; what to expect when you don’t set expectations; under-communicating; communicating poorly; near-death experiences with support staff, and much more. Leah earned APR accreditation from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) in 1997 and has maintained the credential for 22 years. She has received multiple business and community awards, and currently volunteers on the boards of San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program and the National Ghost Ranch Foundation. She is a 28-year long member of Rotary International.
A Spooktacular Special Deal for Members!!!
Registration through 10/21/2019 is $20.00 for Members Only! It includes a three-course meal and educational presentation. For non-members the event fee is $36.00. The fee must be prepaid at the time of registration. Unfortunately, refunds are not available to those who register but are unable to attend. Due to limited space and the restaurant’s requirements, walk-ins without registration cannot be accommodated.
Space is limited; please don’t delay.
We so look forward to seeing you!
We are still accepting New Members!