October 20, 2008

Cydcor Rewards Top Performers at Rising Star Event

This fall, Cydcor hosted 19 owners of the most promising independent sales offices at the company’s 6th annual Rising Star weekend. The three-day event, a mix of business and pleasure, recognized up and coming office owners who have demonstrated superb sales performance. The weekend provided attendees, hand-picked by Cydcor’s field executives, the chance to learn new business tactics and network with other owners and top level executives in an intimate setting.

“We’re thrilled to meet with and recognize these hard working office owners with a little down time, while also providing a venue for them to participate in training sessions to support their continued success,” said Gary Polson, chief executive officer of Cydcor.

This year’s event, themed Healthy, Wealthy and Wise, was held near Cydcor’s headquarters at the Four Seasons Westlake Village. Attendees, from throughout the U.S. and Canada, arrived on a Thursday and met one-on-one with Cydcor President Jim Majeski, Chief Executive Officer Gary Polson and Senior National Consultant Brad Park. These exclusive meetings provided a unique opportunity for the group to engage in private conversations with Cydcor’s top leadership.

On Friday, the group spent breakfast with team members at Cydcor’s headquarters and then got to hear from Cydcor department heads. These presentations provided Rising Star owners with information about how Cydcor supports their efforts as entrepreneurial business owners.

On the last full-day, the group enjoyed a renowned Ken Blanchard Situational Leadership II course. On Saturday evening, attendees boarded a “fun bus” into Hollywood for sightseeing and dinner in a private room at the House of Blues.

“This is what I call good chaos,” said Alex Beltran, lead volunteer with Eagle Rock Covenant Church. “There are a lot of people trying to do the best they can do organization wise, but it’s a disaster. The best way is to show up with humble hearts and say I’m ready and prepared for service.”