Contra Costa SBDCPleasant Hill, CA

Leadership Strengths - Part 2: In Action

Leadership Strengths - Part 2: In Action

Tuesday, September 24, 2019 6:00pm to 9:00pm
No Cost

This is the second of a series of six workshops covering leadership, communication, conflict resolution and customer service.  These are essential skills for any workplace.  Enrollment in all of the workshops in the series is requested for maximum benefit.

Leadership Strengths - Part 2:  In Action

The Leadership Strengths Discovery - Part 1 workshop is a prerequisite for this workshop.  You must have attended Part 1 to attend this workshop.

You don't need an official title to be a leader. This interactive workshop teaches the participant to explore and integrate their natural strengths (what they do best) to become more confident in their professional role. This course will help the participant learn to lead and serve by truly maximizing himself or herself. 

The focus is on the application of the participant's innate strengths for business excellence.  It’s a must for successful operations today – to help motivate a multi-generational workforce.  New or tenured employees will receive valuable practical information on how to best leverage their strengths and appreciate the strengths of their teams. Leadership, management and team engagement will improve, boosting production, quality and service. 


Oscar Dominguez
(925) 671-4570
East Bay Works, AJCC
4071 Port Chicago Highway, Suite 250
Concord, CA 94520

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