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ONLA, Jeffrey Scott plan Owners' Networking Dinner

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The July 22 event will cover how to recruit, motivate, compensate and empower top employees.

| June 6, 2013

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- ONLA members are invited to attend an Owner's Networking Dinner in Columbus, facilitated by Jeffrey Scott, to discuss "How to Attract, Manage and Motivate A Players."

This is an owners-only event, to discuss how to recruit, compensate, motivate and empower top employees. Dinner will be a combination of networking and sharing ideas, lead in an informative and energetic discussion by Scott.

The cost is $50 per person which includes dinner. Dinner is from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Polaris Grill, 1835 Polaris Parkway in Columbus.

Scott is an author, speaker and consultant in the green industry. He grew his landscape company into a successful $10 million enterprise, and he's now devoted to helping others achieve success. He facilitates The Leader’s Edge peer group for landscape business owners who want to transform and grow their business. His members achieved 27 percent profit increases in their first year. To learn more visit www.GetTheLeadersEdge.com

At the dinner, Scott will share concepts that he has developed and refined over the past three decades.

Scott believes that top companies are lead by A players and that in order to compete in today's market, you have to be able to build a company that can attract and retain these top employees.

Click here for more information. To register, call (614) 899-1195 or email Roni Petersen at ONLA, info@onla.org.

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