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Executive Education Slates Networking Breakfast and Course Preview on Effective Supervision, Oct. 4, in South Jersey

Executive Education Slates Networking Breakfast and Course

Managerial professionals interested in learning new strategies for developing a high performing workforce in their organizations are invited to attend a networking breakfast and seminar hosted by Executive Education at Rutgers School of Business—Camden.  The event will take place at the Holiday Inn in the Pureland Industrial Park in Swedesboro from 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m., Thursday, October 4

A half hour for networking and breakfast will be followed by a two-hour, content-rich preview of The 7.5 Key Strategies for Being an Effective Supervisor, a new two-day course that will be offered by Executive Education at the Enterprise Center at Burlington County College in Mount Laurel, December 4-5, as part of its corporate training programming.

The seminar will explore best practices in supervision, including insight into personal supervisory styles, accomplishing goals through others, and building a high performing team.

The program is aimed at professionals in any industry, including current and newly appointed supervisors, human resource managers and training directors.

The cost to attend is $20 per person. Reduced rates are available for groups of three or more. To register, go to For more information about the event or Executive Education, call (856) 225-6685.

Executive Education at Rutgers School of Business—Camden offers continuing education opportunities that connect the school’s academic expertise with the professional world. Organizations around the globe have utilized Executive Education to develop and deliver training programs, organizational development strategies, and operational effectiveness plans.

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