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Agricultural Leadership Certificate Program

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Agricultural Leadership Certificate Program

Time: January 10, 2017 all day
Location: University of Ontario Institute of Technology, North Campus
Street: 2000 Simcoe Street North
City/Town: Oshawa
Website or Map: http://www.mdc.uoit.ca/our-pr…
Phone: 905-721-8668
Event Type: certificate, program
Organized By: Betty Khattab
Latest Activity: Oct 27, 2016

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The Agricultural Leadership Certificate Program consists of five (5) highly interactive courses that will assist those who are working within the agricultural sector. This program includes of a collection of leadership, communication, human resources, marketing, public relations and management modules that will provide you with a strong foundation of relevant tools that may be implemented immediately.

The series addresses everything from understanding your own leadership style to understanding what is required to be a success within this specific industry. This will only be accomplished through a highly interactive environment where you network to share similar challenges and successes. You will also learn to be a confident advocate for your industry.

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