Don’t Miss our March 2021 Leadership Development offerings

Don’t miss our March open enrollment offerings-

  • Conflict Tools: Empowering Others with Peggy Penberthy
  • Compassionate Leadership with Bridget Morris
  • TED Talk Principles with Lisa Barbeau
  • Workplace Civility with Kimberly Searfoorce
  • Performance Documentation Fundamentals with Kimberly Searfoorce
  • Navigating Pandemic Fatigue with Lisa Barbeau
  • Inclusion & Diversity in the Workplace with Kimberly Searfoorce
  • Coaching: Maximizing Potential by Peggy Penberthy
  • Workplace Investigation with Mark Flynn
  • Problem Solving in Times of Crisis with Sue Wehrspann
  • Ken Blanchard’s SLII with Peggy Penberthy
  • Time Management: Mastering Multiple Priorities with Doug Gertner
  • Emotional Intelligence Skills with Lisa Barbeau
  • Facilitation Skills with Lisa Barbeau


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Employment Matters celebrates our continued partnership with Doug Gertner

Employment Matters is delighted to partner with Doug Gertner, Adjunct Facilitator

Our continued partnership with Doug means his expertise in all things related to time management and work-life balance are available to Employment Matters clients through our training programs.

Doug’s long-standing passion for helping adults to grow and develop through workplace learning, his clear and consistent approach providing this seminar and solutions that are interactive, high energy, and immediately useful, ensures multiple benefits for all who participate, including:

  • Connection! With the principles Doug covers, you will be able to connect more fully and deeply with your work and personal community.
  • Success! Application of the techniques Doug teaches will translate to greater success in the workplace and beyond.
  • Quality! Your relationships and quality of life at work and home will be enhanced by using the principles, best-practices, tips, and techniques Doug teaches you in his Time Management seminar.
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