Learn how to attract and retain great employees

Community Futures is hosting Wildfire Business Transition workshops

Attracting and keeping good employees has been challenging for local businesses and not-for-profits.

To be competitive, businesses need to create a culture that will attract the best and the brightest.

Join change management specialist John Singleton for a trio of free workshops on attracting and retraining employees.

John Singleton will be in Ashcroft on Oct. 12 and 13 as part of the Wildfire Business Transition Project.

He is an expert in personal development, leadership and training, and has been involved with all aspects of exploring and using people development and leadership training for more than 40 years.

Singleton’s focus and experience has been as a strategic planning facilitator, business trainer, and an executive coach.

Workshops are being held at the Ashcroft Community Hall at 409 Bancroft St.

• Oct. 12, 6-9 p.m. – Attracting and Retaining Great Employees

• Oct. 13, 9 a.m.-noon – Bridging the Generational Gap; and 1-4 p.m. – Motivational Interviewing

The workshops are being offered free as part of the Wildfire Business Transition Project.

To register, phone 250-453-9165.


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