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Workforce Development Monthly Workshop Highlight

The Skagit Valley College customized training program and the Economic Development Alliance of Skagit County have partnered to offer monthly workshops to support workforce development education. It is an understood fact that productivity is increased through targeted quality training, but not everyone has the time or money to develop and deliver the training needed. The workforce development workshops are packed into two "power" hours. Trainings will provide employers and employees an efficient and effective professional development educational experience at very little cost. There will be a broad range of topics offered. Please see below for  workshop descriptions and information.

February 1, 2017, 12:00 - 2:00 Being An Effective Leader

Workshop: Being An Effective Leader

Being An Effective Leader Part I - Wednesday, February 1, 2017, 12:00 - 2:00
What does it take to get a group of people to work together in a positive, productive, cohesive manner?  And, why does that not happen most of the time?

Learn how to get your team to agree on how to interact with each other, create a positive work environment, and even be self-directed.  We will stress emotional intelligence, interpersonal skills, conflict management, and how to communicate in crisis mode.

Being An Effective Leader Part II - Wednesday, March 1, 2017, 12:00 - 2:00
Okay, we created a structure for our groups and individuals to work together well—what do we do when everything we put together falls apart?  As an extension of Part I, we’ll make sure everybody is on the same page, knows how to manage conflict, and have the skills to coach each other and reinforce our agreements hrough difficult times.

Instructor: Max Collette, a certified mediator, trainer, master facilitator and instructor for the SVC Business Management program. Max earned a masters in Organizational Development after 25 years as a professional chef, and provides interactive fun workshops that employ real world leading-edge information.

Date: Part I - February 1, 2017, Wednesday (registration $20
Time: 12:00—2:00
Location: SVC Craft Brew Academy at the Port of Skagit, 15579 Peterson Road, Burlington, WA
NOTE: No parking permit required. Class is in Burlington on the corner of Peterson Road and Higgins Airport Way

Presented by:

Economic Development Association of Skagit County and Skagit Valley College Logos

The Skagit Valley College Customized Training Program and the Economic Development Alliance of Skagit County

Contact Information: Kim Davis, Director, Business & Customized Training, 360.416.6631