How to Co-Sponsor a BPR Event in Your Region

That's Open to Both Your Staff & To Others

 

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What does it mean to Co-Sponsor an event?

Best Practice Resources is currently seeking educators at prime locations in the USA and other countries who:

Click on any of the links below to read answers to the questions you may have about being a co-sponsor. Then, contact Barry.



What would you have to do as a co-sponsor?

Barry sponsors several Best Practice trainings and conferences every year, but doing this away from his home area is harder to arrange. The distance creates several challenges, including:

Basically, to be a co-sponsor, you'd help Barry with these and similar issues. The benefits and cost savings you attain for your self and your organization are linked to the extent of the work you are willing to do. The more you can do, the greater will be the benefits and cost savings to you.

See the two examples below for a few of the possibilities, but remember to think creatively, as there are other possibilities too.

What are you willing and able to provide to help bring a Best Practice training or conference to your staff?
Suggest your ideas to Barry and describe the benefits you want to capture.


What would Barry Sweeny do for a co-sponsored event?

Basically, Barry will:

See the two examples below for some of the possibilities for how this might work for you.


What are the benefits for YOU as a co-sponsor?

Depending on the option you choose, you could:


What are Barry's fees for a co-sponsored event?

As the co-sponsor, you provide a top quality training for your staff, build new skills in them, and...

Option #1 - It's Barry's event:

Option #2 - It's your event:



Two Examples:
Ways to Co-Sponsor a Training or Conference With Barry

METHOD # 1 - It's Barry's training/conference, but you gain discounted attendence.

GAIN FREE OR DISCOUNTED REGISTRATION FOR SOME OF YOUR STAFF. PAY NO FEES OR EXPENSES TO BARRY. PROVIDE ONLY "IN-KIND", LOGISTICAL SUPPORT.

Here is what is involved:

Best Practice Resources and Barry Sweeny will:

The local co-sponsor will:

In return for this local assistance... Best Practice Resources will provide the local co-sponsor with THREE FREE conference/training registrations for persons of your own choice, or an equivalent discount on attendence by more of your staff.

Willing to give greater help? Then we can give you greater benefits. Email or call us with your ideas.


METHOD # 2 - Barry leads YOUR training/conference, and you gain FREE attendence.

BARRY PROVIDES YOUR LOCAL TRAINING. YOU PAY BARRY'S EXPENSES. YOU PAY 1/2 OF BARRY'S USUAL FEE AND NO REGISTRATION FEES AT ALL FOR ANY OF YOUR STAFF.

The local co-sponsor will:

Best Practice Resources and Barry Sweeny will:


How do we get started?

1. BEFORE CALLING BARRY:

2. CALL OR EMAIL BARRY with the problem definition, needs assessment data, and event or process goals.
- If you do not have needs assessment data, Barry can help you or design by himself, a tool and process to collect it.
- Click here for information about how to CONTACT Barry Sweeny.

3. SUGGEST an agenda if you feel there is a specific one which should be used, or topics which should be addressed.

4. At this point Barry will ask some questions of you. Answering these will better define the agenda and Barry's role.

5. Negotiate the contract.

6. Follow the specifics in the contract which define your responsibilities for preparation for the process or event.


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