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SBE Updates Leadership Course
Indianapolis, IN - Jan 25, 2010 - The Society of Broadcast Engineers' Leadership Development Course has been redesigned and is now offered as an intense three-day course covering basic and advanced concepts of outstanding leadership. The next course will be held Aug. 3-5, 2010, in Atlanta.
The SBE offers the course in cooperation with instructor Rodney C. Vandeveer of West Lafayette, IN. Vandeveer has more than 30 years of industrial and business experience and has been teaching courses on leadership for more than 15 years through Purdue University.
Topics in the updated course include understanding the dynamics of leadership, a self-assessment study to identify an individual's leadership behavior, effective motivation methods, building winning teams, and understanding that leadership is an attitude.
The course is limited to a maximum of 30 participants. The deadline to register is July 5, 2010. The cost of registration is $580 per person, which includes three days of instruction, all course materials, certificate of completion and classroom refreshments. All transportation, housing and meals are the responsibility of the participant. Accommodations are available at the host hotel.
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