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Lead with Clarity: Tools for better communication on the farm - Walkerton

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Lead with Clarity: Tools for better communication on the farm - Walkerton

Time: January 29, 2020 from 9am to 3pm
Location: Best Western Plus Walkerton Hotel & Conference Centre - Ballroom
Street: 10 Eastridge Rd
City/Town: Walkerton, ON N0G 2V0
Website or Map: http://www.fcc.ca/workshops.
Phone: 1-888-332-3301.
Event Type: workshops
Organized By: Farm credit canada
Latest Activity: Jan 27, 2020

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Event Description

Farm Credit Canada invites agriculture producers to come out and learn from experts in the agriculture industry at an FCC Workshop coming soon to your region.

FCC Workshops are a practical way to help producers improve their management skills, get information and insight from leading farm management experts and gain a deeper understanding of the business of agriculture.

In this workshop, learn how to improve communication among those you work with in your operation, especially family members. Dr. John helps you gain insights into your interpersonal style, understand your blind spots and get the tools to productively navigate difficult conversations with confidence.

Highlights:

  • Boost your conflict resolution skills
  • Develop a strong sense of self and social awareness
  • Build confidence and resilience
  • Empower yourself to handle difficult conversations

This event is complimentary for all producers. Participants can register online at www.fcc.ca/workshops or by calling 1-888-332-3301.

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