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Hawkeye Community College Announces Fourth Business Consortium Workshop Series

posted on Tuesday, August 14, 2018 in  College News

WATERLOO–Hawkeye Community College has announced the next Business Consortium Workshop Series, focused on providing an intense concentration of knowledge in specific business topics to employees in all industries.

The consortium consists of 11 different workshops, all focused on building business strength. Workshops run once a month from 8:30-11:00am. and are led by business training professionals with years of field experience. Sessions for the 2018-2019 series include: Adapt or Perish: Embracing Change in the Workplace; The Healthy Workplace: Meaningful Work; Mental Management: Performing Under Pressure; Bridging Generations; Teaming: Accountable to the Whole for a Bigger Goal; Lean Thinking to Results; Decision Making & Assertiveness; Initiative Starts with I; Leading Forward; Overcome Objections & Gain Buy-In; Getting Results with Strength-Based Communication.

Membership in the consortium entitles a business to one seat in each workshop. Businesses can send any employee to any workshop, but seats are limited to the number of memberships purchased. Individual attendees who attend at least eight of the 11 sessions will receive a certificate of completion.

The first workshop is October 18, 2018. To join the consortium, visit www.hawkeyecollege.edu/business-consortium or call 319-296-4290.

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  1. Business and Community Education
  2. Business Consortium
  3. Continuing ed business & professional development
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