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Advance Your Career. ARGENTUM 2019


SENIOR LIVING SALES COUNSELOR


The Argentum Sales Counselor Certificate Program complements your company’s unique brand to maximize onboarding of new employees. The curriculum saves your company 2-3 days of training,


so that you may refocus your invaluable onboarding efforts on skills development, in depth sales execution training, case studies, and competitive differentiators.


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The Certified Director of Assisted Living (CDAL) credential is the gold standard for executive directors. Show residents and families you’re committed to excellence and let your CDAL credential give them the assurance they deserve.


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Become a More Effective Executive Director.


Save the date for upcoming regional Executive Director Leadership Institute (EDLI) programs at a location near you:


Long Island, NY


September 25-26, 2019 Alexandria, VA


November 13-14, 2019


EDLI sessions will delve into mission critical topics for executive directors in areas such as operations management, leadership, human resources, sales and marketing, clinical oversight, risk management, and more.


Learn more at edli.argentum.org.


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