A Bradley Partnership Helps to Offer a Community Professional Development Series

November 13, 2020

Bradley University's Office of Continuing Education has partnered with the Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce and Dale Carnegie to offer a Virtual Professional Development Series. All are welcome to join. Individuals who wish to gain more skills in communication, team engagement and change management may especially take interest. To learn more, review the available workshops below and click here to register.

Communicate Across Generations

Wednesday | November 18
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. | Online
Today’s workforce is comprised of as many as five generations working side by side. In this workshop, participants will learn how to connect, how to gain buy-in and how to motivate each generation. Together, we can turn generational differences into powerful collaboration opportunities that drive innovative solutions.

Manage Change Effectively

Wednesday | December 2
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. | Online
In this workshop, participants will explore internal and external factors that drive change as well as learn how change impacts organizations and leaders. A few additional takeaways include learning how to apply a practical model for change, how to avoid pitfalls while navigating a team through uncertain times and how to keep team members engaged.

Team Change Engagement

Wednesday | December 16
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. | Online
In this workshop, participants will receive advice on how to uncover opportunities for positive change as well as how to lead teams through change. A few additional takeaways include learning how to apply principles that help influence behaviors and attitudes, how to transform cultural norms and how to invest your own resources into creating a positive change within a team.

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