June 13-15: Meet Me at the International Esthetics, Cosmetics & Spa Conference in Las Vegas (IECSC 2009)

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June 13-15, 2009.

Meet Jaya in Las Vegas! She’ll be presenting two classes at the International Esthetics, Cosmetics & Spa Conference (IECSC) at the Las Vegas Convention Center this June.

Get the most bang for your tradeshow buck

To survive and thrive in a challenging economy, you’ve got to bump up your motivation and knowledge. There is no better (or bigger) tradeshow than the IECSC show in Las Vegas. Celebrating their 18th year, the IECSC show is gearing up to give you the most value back for your educational investment:

•3 days of business education classes by world class spa industry experts.

•More than 650 skincare, wellness, & equipment vendors all at one show.

•Over 200 manufacturers classes on the latest products & techniques.

•CIDESCO, ASTECC, Medical Aesthetics, and special Advanced Workshops available to get the most out of your travel time (additional fees apply.)

•Discounts on hotel rooms & Cirque du Soleil tickets.

At the IECSC show, what happens in Vegas won’t stay in Vegas, because you’re going to hit the inspirational jackpot and take home all the tools you need to win big in business after you’re home. Please join us!

Jaya will be presenting the following two classes:

 

Saturday June 13th (11:30am – 12:30pm) Sole Practitioner/Small Business Track

Really Simple Rebooking Strategies with Jaya Schillinger

One of the keys to building a smooth-running business is to fill your appointment book up in advance. So why is it that practitioners and front desk staff routinely avoid asking customers to rebook? The problem is usually a lurking shyness and lack of focus in customer service procedures. Left unaddressed, it can easily cost you 25-50% of your income. In a down economy, you especially can’t afford to let money walk out the door.

In Really Simple Rebooking Strategies, coach Jaya Schillinger will give you the teaching tools needed to help you and your staff see quick improvements:

  • · Rebooking for better customer service
  • · How to double your income
  • · The essential steps for rebooking
  • · Alternate procedures for when the client says no

Now is the time to shore up all the financial leaks in your business. Come get the tools you need to make fast and easy repairs in your rebooking system!

 

Sunday June 14th (3:30pm – 4:30pm) Wellness Track

Becoming a Holistic Coach with Jaya Schillinger

Do people always tell you that you give great advice? Are you looking for a way to begin teaching and motivating your clients, more than just being a hands-on practitioner? Would you like to get out of the treatment room and travel the world? Developing a holistic coaching practice might be the perfect next step for you!

In Becoming a Holistic Coach, Jaya Schillinger PCC (Professional Certified Coach) will give you the inside scoop on adding coaching services into your business offerings:

  • · What is the difference between a coach, consultant, and therapist?
  • · The economics of coaching as a profession.
  • · The #1 mistake that new coaches make in their business.
  • · Designing the right business model for you.
  • · How to plan big, but start small.

Bring your questions and more importantly, bring your dreams. This is a great opportunity to get mentored in-person by one of the best coaches in the holistic industry!

Jaya Schillinger of Inspiration, Inc. is a spa consultant and Professional Certified Coach who specializes in management coaching and training for holistic businesses. Audiences connect with her mentoring advice & spiritual wisdom, delivered with a street-smart “let’s get it done,” approach. Jaya is the co-creator of the Power Up! seminar and DVD series, a business blogger, trade magazine writer, and popular speaker at spa industry tradeshows. She’s dedicated to improving your business—and your life!

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Jaya Savannah - Chief Inspiration Officer. Strategy Coach for Holistic Businesses. Trainer, speaker, and writer. Spiritually aware, yet street smart. Elephant lover.