When: Thursday, May 5, 2016
Where: Elk’s Lodge, 407 E. Park Avenue, Waterloo
Cost: Free for CVNA Members; $25 for non-members.
Having to work with others is a fact of life. Working well together is a necessity. Most people are unaware of the communication dynamics that affect the team and the team’s effort. Participants will learn how valuable positive team interactions are to organizational success. Kit’s philosophy, “I don’t like working on teams, but I have to. Maybe you feel the same way. So I decided, if I have to work on teams; I could just as well be good at it. How about you?”
Participants will learn…
The requirements to build supportive teams that yield successful results
- the tools for successful team meetings
- the strategies of building successful teams
- the essentials to build cohesiveness
- the techniques to apply if a group member creates a problem
About Kit Welchlin: Kit began public speaking at the age of 9 in 4-H. By 16, he was organizing and facilitating presentations on leadership, citizenship, community service and motivation for the 4-H and Future Farmers of America.
Kit has a B.S. Degree in Speech Communication, Business Administration and Political Science. He earned an M.A. Degree in Speech Communication and Business Administration.
Kit purchased his first manufacturing company at age 21, and by 26 was CEO and Chairman of the Board of three manufacturing companies in three states. He’s been an instructor with the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities, where he has been repeatedly nominated Outstanding Faculty. He is a Professional Member of the National Speakers Association.
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to register for this great presentation by May 3.
PS: Later that same morning, Kit will be presenting a second topic (Customer Service) geared for the Cedar Valley Tourism partners. That may also be of interest to your organization as well!
This program is being presented by the Cedar Valley Nonprofit Association, the Waterloo Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the Cedar Falls Tourism and Visitors Bureau.