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Approved by the Georgia Board of Funeral Service, Alabama Board of Funeral Service, North Carolina Board of Funeral Service, South Carolina Board of Funeral Service, and Tennessee Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
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Funeral service is ever changing. Over the past two decades, we have experienced a remarkable increase in cremation and a decline in traditional religious funeral services. Leaders in funeral service need to be vigilant, creative, and nimble to stay fresh and relevant for today’s consumer.
While much has changed, the benefits of funeral rites and rituals hold true. Funeral and memorial services help families grieve and celebrate the life of the one they love.
This engaging, interactive workshop helps funeral directors understand the needs of today’s funeral client. Through exercises and discussion, you will develop skills and solutions for not only surviving, but thriving, in change. The webinar explores two specific trends: individualized services and non-religious funerals.
Are your families more interested in a FUNeral than a funeral? Would they rather throw a party or celebration rather than grieve? If you and your employees are struggling to explain why families should have a funeral, you’ll want to attend this dynamic presentation. While much in funeral service has changed, the benefits of funeral rites and rituals hold true. Funeral and memorial services help families grieve and celebrate the life of the one they love. This insightful discussion provides funeral directors with the understanding and skills needed to communicate the value of your services to today’s funeral client.
Today every funeral director is required to work with families and co-workers of five distinctly different generations: Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials, and Generation Z. While each individual is unique, the generations share a common history, characteristics, and preferences in communication and work style. This enlightening session provides insight for serving each generation.
Cremation continues to grow as the choice for many families. As funeral professionals, we need to become experts in addressing this growing preference. This webinar is designed to provide you with inspiration and best practices to serve the needs of cremation families, with the goal of helping families plan memorable life celebrations.
Due to the rise in divorce and single-parent families, the American family is more complex than ever before. Funeral directors report increasing conflict, tension and disagreements during the arrangement conference.
This insightful webinar provides strategies and skills for navigating through difficult conversations with courage and tact and helping families resolve conflict.
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