Government Mail Management Sessions
The following courses will be presented at MAILCOM Las Vegas:
Best Practices in Government Mailer Management
This workshop is for both government and mailing industry professionals. Come and hear how agencies are successfully managing their mailing requirements for postage discounts, move update standards, address quality and more. A panel of industry professionals leads this session and is sure to provide information for all mailers.
Servant Leadership: The Key to Great Results
Servant leadership is a philosophy that is proven to get great results. We will define servant leadership and discuss key attributes and practices of servant leaders. We will also discuss related concepts like McGregor’s Theory X versus Theory Y, Blake/Mouton’s Leadership Grid model and the SERVE model by Ken Blanchard and Mark Miller.
What is Your Temperature in Networking and Relationship Building?
If you are not at 212 degrees in both of these areas, you may not reach the potential goal you are seeking in your career. This session will help you identify problem areas, guide you through some pitfalls and show you how to raise your professional temperature to get your career cooking.
Engaging Mail and the Generations
Each Generation offers their own perspective in the world today. This class will review each generation and how to create engaging mail that appeals to the unique Generational perspective. Examples of different mailers and engaging ways to directly touch the unique generations will also be discussed.
Government Mail Operations Roundtable
Join your colleagues in government mail management and discuss the critical issues facing mail operations in federal, state, and local government operations. A panel of government mailers discusses the challenges of budgets, customer satisfaction, staff training, and regulation compliance in this fast moving presentation.
Developing Leadership Skills from Within
We will assist you with understanding the characteristics of a manager and a leader. Today s business leaders influence employee s decisions and assist them in reaching goals. Rather than direct and dictate, they inspire and motivate.