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Speaker Profile

Judi Clements
President, Judi Clements Training & Development

Judi Clements, President of Judi Clements Training & Development, in Clifton Park, NY, is a veteran training professional who offers training, coaching and webinars in the areas of management, communication, professional development, and customer service, who offers cutting-edge programs with a “laugh-while-you-learn” approach. She is a New York State certified teacher, trained mediator, and qualified Myers Briggs ® Personality Type expert. She is a recipient of the American Society of Training & Development’s “Corporate Trainer of the Year” award and the Girl Scouts’ “Outstanding Community Leader” award. Visit her on www.judiclements.com. You Tube. Facebook, Linkedin, Google +, and Twitter.

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Onboarding Employees: Good Beginnings Make Good Employees

From the first day new employees start on the job, they begin to make judgments about the company, their manager, their peers, and the job they've been hired to do. Too many first days are wasted days with new employees sitting around doing nothing while they wait for their managers to pay attention to them. Often they are funneled into half-hearted orientation programs & bombarded with information overload. Avoid these wasteful traps by going through Judi's program on how to organize and deliver a comprehensive orientation program. Learn how to develop, not just a program, but a process, that will have new employees immediately productive and quickly invested and enthusiastic about their new job.

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Making Contact: How to Network & Turn Contacts into Business

It has often been said that the secret to success in business is "who you know". If you have ever turned down networking opportunities because you didn't feel confident about making a good impression, you are only hurting yourself. Networking is essential; however, networking incorrectly is just a waste of time. If you're attending networking events for the free food or just to talk to the people you already know, you're missing out on important business opportunities.

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