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The Harvest Group releases membership program

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This multi-faceted business training program is aimed at helping company owners and their leaders reach their goals easier.

| November 28, 2012

With more than 100 years of combined – in your boots – business experience, The Harvest Group’s new membership training program is geared at providing you with the knowledge you need to operate a successful landscape business along with the material needed to train your people.

What’s Included?
• A monthly 20- to 30-minute training video with Head Harvesters, Bill Arman and Ed Laflamme, leading you through key business topics
• A complete outline of the material covered along with a workbook to help you train your people
• Motivation to set monthly personal and business goals
How does it work?
• Every month you’ll watch a video, read a blog or pick up one of our tools and you’ll learn something you can immediately put to use in your business
Ongoing Training and Support
• Exclusive access to Blog posts in the Harvest Way Membership community
• Monthly member teleconference with Arman and Laflamme.

For more information on the Harvest Way Membership Program visit http://harvestlandscapeconsulting.com
 

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