CEDAR RAPIDS, IA, March 12, 2015 — NSCA is excited to announce the formation of its Member Advisory Council, a group of professionals from within the systems integration industry who can share insights and best practices with NSCA members based upon their real-life experiences and knowledge.
The Member Advisory Council (MAC) provides NSCA members direct access to business coaches with decades of professional practice at discounted rates:
- Bob Lobascio, Corporate Sales Coaches: Sales training and management, customer service, leadership, employee development, and strategic sales account processes
- Dan Newman, BroadSuite Consulting: Digital marketing, social media, content creation
- Nadim Sawaya, Enterprise Performance Consulting: Project and contract management, operations development, service department management, construction metrics and benchmarking, service metrics and benchmarking
- Chuck Wilson, NSCA: Business plans, growth and profitability, multigenerational workforces, disruptive technologies, strategic planning, financial metrics, performance assessments, as well as keynote presentations
- John & Jeanne Stiernberg, Stiernberg Consulting: Market intelligence, research, strategic operations plans, alliances/mergers/acquisitions for manufacturers
To hear the MAC in action, NSCA is offering a Communities of Practice webinar series featuring MAC councilmembers. Beginning on April 2, these webinars are available exclusively for NSCA members at $99 per person per track; they focus on sales, finance, project management, and digital marketing for integrators. This webinar series offers advice and tips that can’t be found anywhere else. To sign up, visit www.nsca.org/webinars.
“Our councilmembers help integrators and industry manufacturers face challenges head-on,” says Chuck Wilson, NSCA executive director. “This group offers a combined total of more than 125 years of systems integration experience. Our members will be able to work with the Member Advisory Council for one-on-one coaching and advising at discounted rates. Councilmembers will also be available for keynote presentations at industry events.”
For more information, visit www.nsca.org/mac or call 800.446.6722.
NSCA is the leading not-for-profit association representing the commercial low-voltage electronic systems industry. NSCA is a powerful advocate for all who work within the low-voltage industry, including systems contractors/integrators, product manufacturers, consultants, sales representatives, architects, specifying engineers, and other allied professionals. NSCA is dedicated to serving its contractor members and all channel stakeholders through advocacy, education, member services, and networking designed to improve business performance. For more information, visit www.nsca.org.