Sierra College Sustainable living Series
Sierra College Sustainable Living Series: Developing Change Agent Skills:
Trying to get your community or organization to become more sustainable? Or even just trying to get them to make some positive changes!? We are offering a class that can help you do just that!
Saturday, September 21st - 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm, on the Sierra College Campus in the Math & Technology Building room V-207, the class is taught by Michael Kane, the cost is $42 and parking on campus is $3 and you must register through Community Education
But wait, there’s more!! Bring in a plan, the framework of a plan or just an idea you’d like to implement and we’ll spend some time improving and developing that plan.
Wait, there’s even more!! After the class is over we’ll spend some time over the next couple of weeks helping you further refine your plan and make it a success! All for $42 and four hours on a Saturday!!! We’re practically giving this class away!
Below are the particulars for the class and how to get registered.
Sierra College Sustainable Living Series: Developing Change Agent Skills
Learn how to nurture and development the skills necessary to foster change in your organization or community as well as manage that change. Change is always resisted; learn what knowledge and skills you will need to overcome this resistance to create the changes needed. Participants will learn about the basic skills and techniques needed and employed by successful change agents as well as be presented with successful examples. Finally, there will be an opportunity to develop your own personal plan tailored to your organization, and additional guidance with that plan following the class
Class ID: 48754 register at: http://www.sccommed.org/index.cfm?method=ClassInfo.ClassInformation&int_class_id=48754&int_category_id=0&int_sub_category_id=0&int_catalog_id=0
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm; September 21, 2013, Location: Rocklin Campus , Rm. V-207
Instructor: Michael Kane, Director of the Sierra College Energy Technology Program & the Associate Dean of Science & Mathematics more info about Michael at: http://deanmichaelkane.wordpress.com/