Credit classes are now online for the rest of the spring semester. The Danielson campus and QV at Windham Technical HS physical locations are closed.
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Spring 2020: Workshops for Nonprofit & Public Employees

This spring, the QVCC Business & Industry Services department is proud to announce four specially priced programs for employees of the non-profit and public sectors.

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Two-Day Workshop
March 25 & April 1, 2020
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.     Room C127
$180

Up-Skilling: Enhance Your Value as an Employee

Participants will complete this workshop with an overall plan for professional success including both short- and long-term goals. Gain new skills in topics including:

  • networking
  • building your professional brand
  • utilizing LinkedIn for networking
  • managing your professional network
  • mastering the job you have to advance your career
  • expanding career horizons
  • creating career goals
  • negotiating and self-advocating with confidence

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One-Day Workshop
April 23, 2020
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.     Room C127
$90

Influencing Change

Change is constant. We can’t always control changes in the workplace, but we can control how we react to change.

In this workshop, we will address change from two perspectives: from the view of the individuals charged with implementing change and from the view of those who are most impacted by the change. Participants will walk away with new skills to help them earn buy-in when leading change.

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One-Day Workshop
April 30, 2020
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.     Room C127
$90

Lateral Leadership

Leadership is not limited to the those who hold supervisory positions; it can be demonstrated at every level of an organization.

In this workshop, employees will examine the differences between traditional top-down leadership and lateral or peer-to-peer leadership and describe how each employee can develop and exercise lateral leadership skills.

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Two-Day Workshop
May 7 & 14, 2020
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.     Room C127
$180

Getting Started as a Supervisor

Successfully making the change from an individual contributor role to a supervisory position involves learning a new set of skills. In this woprkshop, participants will develop essential supervisory skills,  including how to:

  • give feedback to employees
  • delegate
  • display leadership
  • deal with difficult situations
  • develop employees

Participants in this workshop will have a chance to discuss specific issues and challenges they face and work with the group to develop solutions.

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Contact Us

Andrew Morrison

Director of Business & Industry Services
amorrison@qvcc.edu
860.932.4360