Free workshop

A free lunchtime workshop is being offered at CNC in Fort St. James next week.

  • May. 25, 2012 6:00 p.m.

Join Dr. Franzi Ng for a workshop luncheon on How to Succeed in Any Economy: Overcoming the 17 Classic Business Performance Blocks.

Franzi Ng is a Straight-Line Coach and holds a doctorate in Leadership and Change. Franzi’s presentation is grounded in the unique concepts taken from the new best-selling book “Straight-Line Leadership” Franzi is also the Executive Director at Straight-Line Coach and works closely with the author of the book.

When: May 31,2012

Time: 12 noon – 1:00 pm

Cost: FREE! Book early as lunch is provided

Where: CNC in Fort St. James

Phone or drop by the College campus at 179 Douglas Avenue to pre-register or phone 250-996-7019.

Your pre-registration will help determine how many lunches to prepare for May 31.

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