WEC SAN FRANCISCO:

CONVINCE
YOUR BOSS


YOU'RE ALMOST THERE

No matter how excited you are to attend WEC San Francisco, you may find that before you can click that REGISTER NOW button, you will have to convince your boss to let you attend. MPI is here to help with these 4 easy steps to help you make your business case:

 

STEP 1: HIGHLIGHT THE SESSIONS MOST BENEFICIAL TO YOUR ORGANIZATION

Review our WEC SESSIONS and determine the ones that will best advance you organization's strategy and your professional development goals to help you be an even stronger contributor to your workplace. Explain to your boss how those sessions will benefit your organization.


STEP 2: MINIMIZE COSTS

MPI is working hard to help minimize costs for you to get to WEC and while you are here. Check out our TRAVEL page for airline and hotel savings and download our docx COST SAVINGS WORKSHEET to put all the pieces together.


STEP 3: COMPLETE THE REQUEST LETTER

Sometimes your boss will need it in writing, or just prefers to receive your request in an email. Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered there, too!
Our
docx  CONVINCE YOUR BOSS TEMPLATE is a great starting point for organizing your thoughts and ensuring you’re making the best business case for attending WEC San Francisco!


STEP 4: BRING IT ALL HOME

Let your boss know you will commit to a post-conference briefing for your colleagues, where you’ll highlight what you’ve learned from the experience. Tie your learnings to your organization’s strategy to show your boss that the conference won’t be just be beneficial in theory but will give you real-world practice and actionable solutions that you can implement for your organization.

 

 

 

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