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OPIC - HR Management Training Seminar Series

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OPIC - HR Management Training Seminar Series

Time: January 20, 2010 from 1pm to 4pm
Location: Royal Canadian Legion, Mitchell
Street: 175 St Andrew
City/Town: Mitchell, ON
Website or Map: http://www.opic.on.ca/aspx/pu…
Phone: 519-993-0469 opicsue@gmail.com
Event Type: opic, hr, seminar
Organized By: OPIC Sue Selves
Latest Activity: Jan 11, 2010

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Family Dynamics on the Farm

Module 5: Family Dynamics on the Farm

Why can’t we all just get along? When two people are in a room together there will be conflict, eventually. The potential for disagreements increases when multiple generations and family members work together. How can we have a successful family unit and a successful business? Learners at the module will value the impact of multiple generations and family members working together and identify strategies to use this diversity to their advantage.

This session will be delivered by Jen Denys of The Right Path Consulting Group

http://www.rightpathconsulting.com/

Cost: $20 for OPIC Members per Session

$50 for Non-Members per Session

To register for this session contact Sue Selves 519-993-0469 opicsue@gmail.com

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