(Oct. 22, 2021) A free leadership education and skills development workshop for individual participants will be held Tuesdays, Nov. 16, Dec. 14, Jan. 11, Feb. 8, March 8 and April 5 from 3-7 p.m. at Mother’s Cantina, 7805 Coastal Hwy, Ocean City.

The workshop is spread over six sessions (four hours in length for a total of 24 hours) utilizing The Leadership Challenge, the industry-leading framework for developing high-performance leaders and changing lives.

Participants will be able to build personal relationships, develop leadership and change-management skills, learn how to intentionally monitor and evaluate their own leadership skills while also creating a transformational culture for the essential skills success. A meal will be provided.

Ron Siers, PhD, will be teaching the workshop and has a terminal degree in Organizational Leadership. He has provided training in leadership growth and development, team leadership, and organizational effectiveness and efficiency.

With over 32 years of teaching, coaching and researching, he has developed expertise in the fields of leadership skills and behaviors, leader development, team building, and transformational relationships. He is a Certified Master of The Leadership Challenge, a Trained Coach of The Leadership Practices Inventory, and a Certified Facilitator of The Leadership Challenge.

The workshop is sponsored by the Greater Ocean City Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Wor-Wic Community College and the Ocean City Hotel-Motel-Restaurant Association. To apply, email KCleaver@worwic.edu by Oct. 29. Pre-course work is due by Nov. 1.

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