Knowledge, Business Coaching & Expert Support for Central Louisiana entrepreneurs
The Keys to Hyper Sales Growth (pt 1) - Jack Daly's practical and immediately applicable seminar, The Keys to Hyper Sales Growth, provided by BAS in Alexandria, LA
 
Develop creativity that leads to everyday brilliance--Todd Henry, Part 1 - Todd Henry,author & founder of Accidental Creative, talks about productivity, creativity, leadership, and passion at Maker Mornings, sponsored by CLEDA in Alexandria, LA January 21, 2015.
 
Creating a Culture of Communication, Part 1 - Central Louisiana entrepreneur Glenda Stock led a workshop June 30 designed to help local business owners create a culture of communication within their companies. "The failure to communicate at all levels within our workplace is the number one reason that many companies fail," said Stock, a retired McDonald's franchisee who currently produces On Point Talk TV. "People by and large want to meet the job expectations that are established for them, but sometimes we do a poor job articulating those expectations."
Creating a Culture of Communication, Part 2 - Central Louisiana entrepreneur Glenda Stock led a workshop June 30 designed to help local business owners create a culture of communication within their companies. This video is the second half of the interactive, packed-house workshop.
 
Farm to School: Creating Profitable Farming Cooperatives, Part 1 - Nearly 100 area farmers, teachers, school administrators and local foods activists came together at the Coughlin-Saunders Performing Arts Center in Louisiana to hear former teacher turned Farm to School advocate Darnella Winston speak. Watson left the classroom to return to her family's farm after seeing first hand the disconnect between classrooms and farmers. Today, she is a leader in the Indian Springs Farmers Association, a cooperative made up of more than 30 small farmers in rural Mississippi who banded together to sell produce to schools in their region and parts of Louisiana.
 
Farm to School: Creating Profitable Farming Cooperatives, Part 2 - Nearly 100 area farmers, teachers, school administrators and local foods activists came together at the Coughlin-Saunders Performing Arts Center in Louisiana to hear former teacher turned Farm to School advocate Darnella Winston speak. Watson left the classroom to return to her family's farm after seeing first hand the disconnect between classrooms and farmers. Today, she is a leader in the Indian Springs Farmers Association, a cooperative made up of more than 30 small farmers in rural Mississippi who banded together to sell produce to schools in their region and parts of Louisiana.
 
The Business Acceleration System (BAS) is dedicated to speeding the development of Central Louisiana entrepreneurs by helping them acquire and apply the knowledge they need to grow their companies.
 
Using a multi-faceted approach that includes coaching, expert technical assistance, classroom learning, and web-based instruction, we deliver the right content at the right time. Our clients are evaluated to determine development priorities, and BAS coaches help to design customized learning plans for each entrepreneur.

 
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