Could you use a refresh and reset of helpful skills and tools to make 2021 a robust and healthy year for your business?
If so, you're invited to a special Connecting For Leaders masterclass, Wednesday, February 24 from 3:00-4:30 p.m.
Lisa Hurley, YCDC Executive Director has invited Ginger to return to York County, this time virtually, to deliver a highly interactive and useful masterclass. You will leave with the tools to connect with yourself, your team, and your community. Do you have to be the boss to be a leader? No, this class is for anyone who is making a difference in your area.
"Ginger brings great knowledge that you can truly use. When she was here in December of 2019, the audiences were fully engaged and able to put the skills and practices she shared to use right away," states Hurley. "She's a favorite for us at YCDC because of her positive insights and energy, and I'm thrilled to keep working with her, to serve York County and beyond."
If you lead a team, register today. Bring your questions and challenges - she'll answer them all in the Q&A immediately following the event as well.
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