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Leadership workshop offered Wednesday

The Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce, together with Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital, is bringing you the second part in a three-part Leadership Infusion workshop series from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Wednesday at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital’s outpatient conference rooms (Building 3). Those who missed the first session are still encouraged and welcome to attend this workshop.

If you are a leader seeking to become more effective or are aspiring to become a leader, this workshop series could be just what you need to raise your game. The workshop, facilitated by nationally recognized business coach and author Machen MacDonald, is open to anybody interested in becoming a stronger leader or manager.

Wednesday’s workshop, titled “Blow up the status quo … C4 to help you grow,” will focus on:



• Increase clarity and direction for what is possible in your organization

• Improve certainty of ability and capacity for achieving a clear vision




• Bolster confidence in those you lead so they perform more optimally

• Become “care-frontational” to drive desired change in any organization

Participants will come away with tips and strategies for better reducing stress levels and increasing the capacity for easier navigation in the uncertainty that exists in today’s work world.

The cost for this workshop is $49. There are only 60 seats available. Reserve your seat by calling 530-274-6124.


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