Date(s) - April 19, 2017
11:30 am-1:00 pm
Devon Tower, 50th Floor
$50 for nonmembers
$35 for members
No monetary investment for virtual luncheons
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Valerie Riley, owner of LifeSquire, is our speaker for April. In her talk, Valerie will discuss how caring for your staff first and making them your first priority will drastically shift how your staff care for your clients.
If you want amazing client/customer care, start with amazing employee care. Your people are your product, no matter what industry you are in and Valerie will show you how to leverage those relationships to build companies that matter.
About Valerie Riley
Valerie Riley is a native Californian that made her way to Oklahoma City by way of Dallas, Texas. After college, Valerie worked in a dot com (per the usual in her native San Francisco) right before the industry’s bubble burst.
When an opportunity to move to Dallas presented itself, she took it and began a career as a personal assistant that would change her life. She discovered caring for others in this capacity fit exactly into the life plan God had for her and continued this path until she launched her own business, LifeSquire (formerly The Riley Group) in 2007.
Valerie spends her time working, building a growing startup franchise model, playing with her 2 dogs, and spending quality time with her nephew, age 9, who plans to take over for her one day in the business.
LifeSquire was born out of a desire to do two things: 1) give clients back their weekends that are often spent catching up from busy weeks and 2) launch a business model that would lead an industry. LifeSquire, at its core, is a personal assistant firm, offering household management, general errands and administrative support to its clients.
Its mission is to “Be a Blessing” and the staff take that very seriously. It’s a mission that leads the way we hire, train and acquire new clients. Going above & beyond is the norm for us and we wouldn’t have it any other way. Lastly, we have become engrained in the Conscious Capitalism movement, and believe that the “people over profit” model lends itself to a higher purpose for business that equates to happy employees and thus happy clients.