Profiles International Business Partners Create High Definition Business Plans at Regional Training 2014

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Waco, TX. June 19, 2014 -Talent management solutions provider, Profiles International, will continue hosting its 2014 Regional Trainings, with the next event being held in Dallas, Texas, on June 18-20 at Spring Hill Suites by Marriott-DFW.

Selling to and working with senior level executives requires a different set of skills and strategies. By participating in these training events, Profiles International strategic business partners will learn how to sell employee assessments and talent management solutions to senior level executives, how to service existing clients, and how to understand unique characteristics of senior executives.

Members of Profiles International’s strategic team will be in attendance. The following week, June 25-27, Profiles will host its the final Regional Training in Baltimore, Maryland.

Click here for more information, or to learn more about Profiles International and their employee assessment solutions, visit www.profilesinternational.com

ABOUT PROFILES INTERNATIONAL
Profiles International is the best source for talent management solutions, with over 20 years’ experience and more than 40,000 clients in over 120 countries. Profiles knows how people work and what motivates them. Their data-driven talent management solutions–built on complex behavioral science, yet simple to administer and read–help organizations find the right people, shape them into a winning team, and lead them to their full potential. www.profilesinternational.com

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