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Supervisory Management: Learning to Lead

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Citizens State Bank, Hudson
The best leaders humbly keep learning and realize they don’t know it all. Whether you’ve recently taken on a new leadership role or you’ve been in leadership for a while, rejoice! All leaders can learn something at the Supervisor Training: Learning to Lead program.

Get ready to:
-Understand the six leadership styles and the pros and cons of each
-Find out your own leadership style and apply it to potential challenges
-Gain the confidence to effectively motivate employees, address performance issues and handle difficult employees
-Learn how technology, globalization and upcoming generations have changed how we lead
-Find ways to improve your work relationships
-Take part in hands-on activities and work in groups to problem-solve solutions to work-related issues

This course can be taken individually or as part of the Supervisory Management Certificate Program. This is a core (required) course. Complete the three core courses plus take any six days of electives to complete your certificate.
Jackie Giles, 715.836.3636

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2018 Red Cedar Watershed Conference

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3/8/2018 - Starts: 8:30 AM
University of Wisconsin-Stout, 302 10th Ave. E., Menomonie, WI 54751
Program Details: Are you interested in joining fellow citizens in the Red Cedar area to develop a vision and action plan to restore and maintain a healthy water system for our future? The Red Cedar: Land, Water and People Coming Together event is an opportunity to bring best practices and innovative ideas to the forefront.

Do you farm? Do you live in town? Do you manage residential, commercial or public property? Do you enjoy fishing, swimming, boating, hiking, canoeing? Do you think the economic and environmental health of this beautiful region is important?

Event Highlights:
• Farm, city and waterfront success stories — profitable land management for clean water
• Solutions to the serious problem that plagues our lakes and rivers — runoff pollution
• A great networking opportunity for all citizens at an important event
• Approved for CEUs: .6 from the University of Wisconsin-Stout or 6 CEUs for Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Professional Education Programs & Services at UW-Stout (715)232-2793,