HRPA Quinte & District Chapter in association with the Centre for Workforce Development presents:
Leadership Compass Program – Full Day Workshop
In 5 powerful sessions, without hypotheticals or roleplays, the Leadership Compass program is a full day of interactive and experiential learning designed to help professionals master core leadership skills with ease and clarity.
Session 1. Leadership Compass Assessment: Framework for Leadership and Decision-Making
Session 2. Motivation and Meaning: Smart Guide to Satisfying Teams and Individuals
Session 3. Communication PUSH, Communication PULL – Getting Trust Factors Right
Session 4. Sustained Performance: Setting and Resetting Clear Roles, Systems, Structure and People
Session 5. Powerful Problem-Solving: Handling Space and Time for Healthy Conflict
This comprehensive Leadership Compass Training provides a strong foundation to ensure success in entry level, mid-level, senior and executive roles and demanding or complex workplace environments.
Along with time for questions and plenary dialogue, each session effectively builds on prior learnings through the day to deepen understanding and confidence in applying lessons going forward. For more information and to register, please visit the HRPA Quinte and District information page HERE
You are cordially invited to attend the 2019 Mayors’ Business Appreciation Breakfast that is hosted by the City of Belleville and the City of Quinte West. Having the two municipalities join together is our way of saying ‘thank you’ for all you contribute and for your commitment to the region.
We would like to invite up to two representatives from your company to join us and other local business leaders. The event is a networking opportunity for your staff and a chance to discuss and hear about the local industry. The Mayors’ Business Appreciation Breakfast is being held on Tuesday, December 10, 2019 at 7:30 a.m. at the Ramada by Wyndham Belleville Habourview Conference Centre, 11 Bay Bridge Rd, Belleville, ON K8P 3P6.
In addition to a terrific breakfast, Dr. Denise O’Brien will be joining us as our keynote speaker, to speak on the Shifting Nature of Work: Current and Future Trends every business and government leader needs to survive and thrive in the new digital age. This timely presentation will be of benefit to all businesses large and small.
Your response prior to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019, with the name(s) of those attending is required, using the Eventbrite link below. Seating is limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday, December 10, 2019.
We hope you can make it!
Sincerely, Mayor Jim Harrison & Mayor Mitch Panciuk
Join Paro Centre as well as partners QuinteVation, Trenval and PELA in finding out how you as a female entrepreneur can access funding.
About this Event
PARO Centre for Women’s Enterprise is one of Canada’s most successful business support and networking organizations. As a not-for-profit social enterprise, we collaborate to empower women, strengthen small business and promote community economic development across Ontario.
‘PARO’ is Latin for “I Am Ready”
PARO is quite simply the best place for women who are ready to start, grow or promote their business. But more than this, we want to help women create new opportunities for their communities and region. In our view, every enterprise – be it for social outcomes and no matter how small – can have a positive impact.
Since 1995, PARO has provided assistance to thousands of women, through innovative business services, peer support and inspirational events. Many have successfully launched for profit businesses and others are creating collaborative workspaces or social enterprises to enhance their community.
Join our team and panelist from established local Peer Lending Circles to learn about how Paro can help empower you and strengthen your business through mentorship, and funding.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Starting a new business can be challenging for anyone. Prince Edward County is sponsoring an informative workshop to help New Canadians get a better understanding of business start up!
In this FREE session, Ivan Todorovski from the Newcomer Centre of Peel will share the steps involved in starting a small business, including:
- how to assess your entrepreneurial readiness
- various business ownership regulations,
- the importance of a business plan
- identifying your target market
- buying an existing business or investing in a franchise
- the ins and outs of leasing
- when and why to register for HST.
Room for lots of Q&A too! REGISTER HERE