Corporate Education Program
Transforming Potential into Performance
Central Pennsylvania Chapter Independent Electrical Contractors
Central Penn College is excited to collaborate in an educational partnership with the Central PA chapter of Independent Electrical Contractors. Focused on providing engaging and focused workshop sessions addressing topics related to leadership, managing teams, team communication, and employee motivation, Central Penn aims to guide the transformations of attendees from Independent Electrical Contractors, to collaborative and dynamic organizational leaders.
To accomplish this goal, Central Penn College has created two, half-day interactive sessions focused on Essential Skills of Leadership and Managing Teams and Essential Skills of Communication and Motivating Employees.
Friday, January 22, 2021
Essential Skills of Leadership and Managing Teams is the preliminary step in developing successful supervisors, team leaders and managers. The course teaches managers and team leaders contemporary techniques for effective leadership, which improves their performance and increases the productivity of both the team and the organization.
The Essential Skills of Leadership and Managing Teams course is designed to teach team managers how to delegate tasks to team members, how to balance team members’ strengths and weaknesses, how to handle different team member roles, and how to develop team goals and organization. As a result, teams will operate with clearer objectives, will communicate more effectively, meet goals more productively, and have fewer instances of discordance.
Friday February 5, 2021
Essential Skills of Communication and Motivating Employees teaches managers the latest techniques for developing effective communication skills, thereby improving their performance and increasing the productivity of both the team and the organization.
The Essential Skills of Communication and Motivating Employees course is designed to teach you how to tailor your leadership and communication style to better suit the needs of your employees. As a result, you will be able to create a shared vision for your organization, build group identity, create a culture of ownership, and establish a more collaborative, inspiring work environment.
Since 2007, Jason S. Jones has been helping college students and private businesses improve their communication and leadership skills by leading dynamic courses on the subject.
Jason focuses on real-world workplace issues that his participants encounter in business and academia. He has taught at Central Penn College, Penn State University and Lebanon Valley College and worked with a wide range of businesses and state government agencies throughout the United States.
As the Director of Advancement and Program Relations at Central Penn College, Curtis Voelker serves as a community leader focused on the creation of authentic partnerships aimed at assisting organizations and individuals in fulfilling their educational and philanthropic needs.
Curtis volunteers his time through serving on boards including the Central Penn College Education Foundation, the college’s Alumni Council, Pennsylvania Future Business Leaders of America, West Shore Young Professionals and more.