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BG Business Council hosts program on leadership essentials PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 26 March 2013 12:57
The Business Council of the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce presents the next session in its series of human resources workshops: "Leadership Essentials: Working Better Together to Get Results You Want."
The program will be held April 2, at 8 a.m. in the conference room of the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce, 163 N Main St.  
This workshop will tackle areas such as: None of Us is as Good as All of Us: The Power of Team;  Having Difficult Conversations with Each Other and Surviving; Building Trust Without Tearing Each Other Down; Upgrade Critical Listening Skills; and Personal Action Plan.
The presenter, Dave Tippett, is well-known in the Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan business community for his commitment to helping people work better, together. In his 10 years as an human resources director, Tippett has dealt effectively with workplace harassment and conflict issues. He brings practical, real world experience to this topic, and delivers the material with an engaging and interactive style. He has been a popular trainer on the subject since 1994.
This event is free, but due to space limitations, reservations are required by April 1.
RSVP by contacting Sandy Kerr at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or at (419) 353-7945
This seminar is presented by the Business Council of the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Bowling Green Community Development Foundation, Savage Benefits Group and the Employers Association

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