Posts tagged ‘Alaska’

The Growth Company Supervisor Academy is now Accredited Through University of Alaska Fairbanks


Anchorage, Alaska (PRWEB) February 02, 2015

Today The Growth Company announces the exciting news that they have partnered with the University of Alaska, Fairbanks to offer even more to its clients. The Growth Company’s Supervisor Academy is entering its third year with several recent satisfied graduates. In 2014, the Academy was accredited through both HRCI and SHRM for HR Professionals seeking continuing education credits. Now everyone has even more to gain with the ability to earn college credit.

The Supervisor Academy is a six-course program designed for managers both new and old. The academy can be started at any time and is offered both as a live seminar and as a live webinar. Anyone throughout the world may attend the training. Course 1 covers basic leadership and management concepts; course 2 is all about the legal aspects of management; in course 3, students learn how to hire and retain the best employees; course 4 covers people problems and how to manage them; course 5 teaches attendees skills on how to perform effective performance reviews and coaching; course 6 is all about advanced communication and leadership skills.

Click here to view the 2015 academy schedule.

The Growth Company, Inc. is a Human Resource and Management consulting firm specializing in soft skills training, facilitation and mediation as well as investigations, coaching and manual/policy write ups and re-writes. The Growth Company, Inc. was established in 1978 and is one of the longest lasting consulting firms in Alaska.

For further information about The Growth Company or Dr. Lynne Curry go to http://www.thegrowthcompany.com. The Growth Company also has a Workplace Coach Blog, where Dr. Lynne Curry and other HR professionals post about everyday situations that a manager or supervisor may come across. They provide insight and the correct way to approach and handle these situations.







Related Credit Management Press Releases

More Information on Credit Management Counseling in Alaska

Article by Kshitiz Mahajan

Credit debt management counseling companies even have interactive financial education tools for the public for teachers, and for professionals in the financial management industry. Most credit debt management-counseling firms also offer comprehensive debt management services and ongoing bankruptcy counsel and education. A credit management and debt counseling company will help you plan your debt repayment. The company will counsel you on ways to avoid overspending such as cutting up those credit cards. They will suggest ways of debt consolidation and repayment of the debt consolidation loan. It is important that you ask the credit counseling organization if they are compliant and able to offer credit counseling services in our area.

Debt settlement companies charge hundreds of dollars as an initial “admin fee” to set up your account, plus a monthly service fee. The fees vary depending on the company and the amount of debts. Getting through a debt settlement procedure is one of the ways that you can get out from the quagmire of dirt you have acquired through the years. Debt may be incurred in several ways other than just careless spending and poor financial planning. There have been many significant financial changes for consumers in the past few years, and unfortunately many of them have been unpleasant.

Debt negotiation is sometimes referred to as debt settlement. This is most often offered to people who can’t handle a debt consolidation program. If you can’t make the minimum payments of a debt consolidation repayment plan or haven’t made payments in the past 3 months, a debt negotiation program is the next step for solving debt and credit problems. Debt management plans help people take back control of your debt with the help of debt relief experts. Debt negotiating is one debt relief solution that can actually cut the principal, not just the interest, of the debt that owe. One of these changes has been the demise of the housing market and its ripple effects.

A housing counselor is trained to assist people with their mortgage needs. These particular types of counselors have been trained in finding the best solutions for those in pre-foreclosure and foreclosure status. Many of these counselors can be found through local or state housing departments. In addition, many work for non-profits meaning that they offer their counseling and advice at no cost to the struggling homeowner. Nonprofit credit home counseling organizations have limited funds, and therefore cannot hire additional staff in order to meet the higher demand.

The most popular credit card debt counseling service is the Consumer Credit Card Counseling Services. This debt management company has branches all over the U.S. and in 13 locations internationally. Credit card debt counseling services offer the individuals highly entrapped in the credit burden with effective direction on the sound cost management, monetary management, budgeting and planning. These certified debt settlement companies are equally essential for both of the individuals in credit or interested to be familiar with the credit management and monetary planning prior falling in any mess due to debt.

There are many credit debt management counseling agencies to pick and choose from and knowing what to look for is very important. Reputable Alaska credit card counseling agencies provide their customers with advice on how to take better control of your money and manage your debt. One of the most well known credit counseling agencies is the Consumer debt analysis Service also known as CCCS. They are funded by creditors, but they are non-profit. Nearly all major municipal areas of the country will have a local office in their area. Debt counseling organizations are held to certain standards by state regulatory officials. Debt therapy organizations are required to adhere to state licensing requirements.

I don’t know if you’ve heard the statistics and all the dire numbers, but there are a lot of people in this country who do not take care of their money very well. And the worst offenders are the twentysomethings, author Sanyika Calloway Boyce shares her credit management and debt prevention tips.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Find More Credit Management Articles