The RJO Experiences provide unique in-depth learning and networking opportunities exclusively for RJO Members.
Next Generation Experience
May 19 - 21, 2018
The Next Gen Experience was developed to create an impactful curriculum of hands on learning and interactive dialogue to aid the next generation of retail jewelers in preparing for the future of our industry and their business.
With revised curriculum for the 2018 event, attendees will have a chance to focus on:
Personal Development Skills
- Strategic Thinking & Change Management
- Managing & Communicating Effectively
- Dealing with Conflict
- Communication Style Assessment Tools
- Setting Core Values
- Your Business “WHY”
- Analyzing Your Business through SWOT Analysis
- Developing Your Diamond Business
- Financial Planning for Future Ownership
- Idea Exchanges
- Community Involvement
- Defining Roles
"This Next Generation Experience was incredible! I got the opportunity to network with so many new people, as well as visit with my old RJO friends. The experience allowed me to no longer feel alone, and realize there are many of us facing the same challenges and posing the same questions." -Kate Dickens, Herteen & Stocker Jewelers, Iowa City, IA
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For more information on the Next Generation Experience, contact RJO's Public Relations Coordinator, Hannah Green (email@example.com).
RJO Succession Experience
Offered in May 2019
If you are considering exiting your business in the next 3 - 10 years, the RJO Succession Experience is a must-attend weekend. This in-tact learning program is meant for the current business owner as well as the successor, if chosen. Professionally facilitated by Kate Peterson of Performance Concepts, this weekend provides steps for a successful succession, exit planning strategies, business valuation, in-store events and much more.
See What They Have To Say
"It was good to create a plan, a timetable and take the time to make sure Teresa (my successor) and I are on the same page. We both walked away feeling really positive about our plan." Bob Disinger of Disinger Jewelers, Jasper, IN
"I would tell others to sign up no matter where they may be in their process," says Dustin Basch of Don Basch Jewelers, Macedonia and Medina, OH. "Whether at the beginning of the process or looking to shore things up and complete it, you never know what small bit of information you might get from the speakers' or others' experiences to help your transition move that much smoother."
To learn more about the experience, contact RJO's Public Relations Coordinator, Hannah Green at firstname.lastname@example.org.