Leadership workshop series begins April 12

Leadership workshop series begins April 12
Could your new group leaders, supervisors and team leaders use a little training to speed them past the learning curve and help them succeed in their new roles? If so, you'll want to send them to the New Leaders & Supervisors series being offered by the Regional Technical Education Center (RTEC) starting in April.

Mark your event calendars and register your new leaders today! You'll be glad you did – especially when you consider the cost savings and convenience of RTEC's local training opportunities.

At just $49 per half-day session, you can send your employees to all five workshops for less than it would cost for them to attend a similar training out of town or out of state. And that's not even counting the cost of overnight lodging or the travel time that keeps them off the job even longer.

This series, which debuted in 2006, will feature half-day workshops presented by Tom Hausmann, the creator of SMART Training – or training that is specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and time-bound.

Through his custom-designed workshops, Hausmann will give participants the tools they need to become confident and effective leaders.

Each workshop will be presented from 8 to 11:30 a.m. and then repeated from 1 to 4:30 p.m., allowing you and your employees to choose the session that best fits your schedules. Workshops in the series include:

  • April 12 – Making the Transition from Worker to Supervisor/Leader.
  • May 10 – Guiding Performance.
  • June 7 – Communication Strategies.
  • July 12 – Building Relationships.
  • Aug. 9 – Understanding Your Business.

    Don't miss this exciting local training opportunity. Where else can your employees receive the leadership training they need with the cost savings and convenience that you deserve? Register your new leaders and supervisors today by contacting RTEC at (605) 668-5700.

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