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Upcoming leadership training events in Edmonton and Calgary

As many of you know, a key offering in my leadership development practice are the on-site training programs I conduct for groups of leaders in different client organizations. These programs are usually just for employees of that specific company and not open to the public. But frequently, individual leaders ask me when there will be a “public” program in their area that anyone (from any organization) can attend. Unfortunately, my usual answer is “I don’t do very many public seminars πŸ™ “. But … if you live in Alberta, Canada, that is about to change!

CPAI am thrilled to announce our partnership with the Chartered Professional Accountants of Alberta (CPA Alberta) in which I am delivering twelve full-day leadership and workplace communication programs over the next six months in Edmonton and Calgary. These programs are available to anyone from any organization … you DO NOT have to be a member of CPA Alberta to register. If you work in a smaller organization that doesn’t have the budget to conduct an onsite leadership training program, this is your chance to invest in yourself and your leaders’ competency and skill development! These one-day sessions are very reasonably priced at $525 per day (and include a continental breakfast and lunch!), a fraction of what it can cost through some commercial vendors. Plus, I’m facilitating them … how could they get any better? πŸ™‚

Here is the list of the programs from now until the end of March 2016.



Click on any program link above for further information or to register directly at the CPA Alberta site. You will need to create a secure account on their system in order to register; it’s a quick and easy process.

Let me know if you’re planning on joining me for any of these upcoming events. That way I know to look forward to seeing you there!

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