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Agriwebinar: National Farm Leadership Program Q&A

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Agriwebinar: National Farm Leadership Program Q&A

Time: October 22, 2019 from 12pm to 1pm
Location: 250 City Centre Avenue
Street: Suite 300 Ottawa
City/Town: Ontario K1R 6K7
Website or Map: https://fmc-gac.adobeconnect.…
Phone: 613-237-9060 or toll-free 1-888-232-3262
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: Farm Management Canada
Latest Activity: Oct 15

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Join to learn about Farm Management Canada's new National Farm Leadership Program designed for busy farmers and ag professionals who want to improve their personal and professional effectiveness.

Few of us consider our own leadership as a competitive advantage. However, research shows that leadership impacts every dimension of performance, including the well-being of the leader and those they work with. Canada already has some of the best farm managers in the world; increasing our leadership effectiveness is the next step to stay on top.

Kelly will highlight the benefits of focusing on leader effectiveness and unique program features that help farmers identify the critical development areas that will have the greatest impact on their personal and professional lives and help build the capacity to achieve more of what matters.

Kelly Dobson is a certified executive coach, fourth-generation farmer and Chief Leadership Officer for LeaderShift Inc.

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