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Your employer. Your family. Your friends. Everyone, it seems, expects you to do more – which means it’s more challenging than ever to commit to the learning and development you need to outperform and advance your career.
That’s why Canadian Management Centre has designed a series of quick career development sessions that pack a powerful punch, helping you maximize your busy schedule while still reaping the benefits of an interactive, practical, invigorating and inspiring learning experience. Our new high-performance 1-Day Workshops offer a concentrated focus on the topics of your choice, helping you develop fundamental knowledge and hands-on skills to take you where you want your career to go. Now you can unleash your brilliance – in just one day.
1-Day Workshops include:
Human Resources & Training Courses
" Instructor Peter Taylor was outstanding as he led this class. The small group of five led to some very interesting conversation as the course progressed. It also enabled trust to develop quickly and therefore a more open and honest environment. The subject matter of the course was fascinating! "
" The course information was very well organized. It was nice to have a variety of participants with a range of different issues. "
" The number of course participants allowed a direct interaction between the trainer and students. Also, the trainer used the structure of topics and challenging statements to wake the students up from their day-to-day work procedures. "
" Simply put – Excellent "
ISC – Information Services Corporation
" I learned how to better apply my leadership skills and to improve my managerial skills "
" Rob was a very experienced instructor for detailed project management with hands-on knowledge for the PMP exam. "
" The small size of the group allowed us to move through material quickly and still have good discussions. "
" Thank you for a great speaker! Very enjoyable. "
" I liked the fact that Harry covered not just the hard skills, but also the soft skills. He showed a real interest and went out of his way to help us learn. "