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Free work-from-home session to focus on change, resilience


Join Penn College’s Workforce Development from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 29, for an interactive Zoom session that will cover change-management basics and explore ways to build personal resilience – skills that are as necessary now as in the future. Successful individuals are continually adjusting to a rapid rate of change, which has only been accelerated by the global pandemic. Participants in “Navigating Change and Building Resilience” will explore strategies, review best practices, and reflect upon personal, team and organizational leadership needed during difficult times by creating an action plan.  Registration is limited for the session, another complimentary offering in Workforce Development’s Remote Work Productivity Series.

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