October 1, 2020 - In This Issue:

The Importance of Leadership to Your Business; Especially Now
As we navigate through these challenging times, leadership becomes more critical to the survival of all businesses.

Leadership is probably the most critical at the start-up of a business, or when it is experiencing financial difficulty. It has been said that great leaders are born, not made but we believe that it is possible to gain the skills required to be a great leader through education and training.

Leadership is about guiding and directing. Leaders see the "big picture" and encourage and inspire people. In difficult times like these, they are aware of the impact to their managers and employees, as well as their business.

Leaders practice Risk Management on a daily basis and have a "Plan B" in the case of something detrimental happening to the business, by having a well-trained workforce, with people in leadership roles to keep the business operational.

In good times, businesses need leadership to thrive. If you look at successful leaders, they have something in common. They know how to negotiate, and how to compromise.

Negotiation is required to get their point across as well as determine the other person's viewpoint. It should result in a win, win solution. It may involve compromising to arrive at the best solution, where both parties feel heard and their opinions respected.

As our province resumes business, things will get better. Leadership skills are necessary and valuable now, and will continue to be in the future. These skills will assist you in the recovery of your business and assist you in going forward.

This 3 hour session is perfect for anyone who is currently in a supervisory or management role.

Date: Friday, October 23 
Time: 9:00am-12:00pm 
Cost: Complimentary

All Training Complimentary Except Food Handlers

Friday, October 2
9 am - 12 noonTime Management 
Monday, October 59 am - 12 noon
Manitoba Ambassador Program 
Wednesday, October 7
9 am - 12 noonInstagram for Business
Wednesday, October 14
9 am - 12 noonNetworking-The Power of Connected People
Friday, October 16
9 am - 12 noonMarketing Your Business in Challenging Times 
Monday, October 19
9 am - 12 noonHabits of a Winner-How to Stop, Start and Stick to Any Habit
Wednesday, October 21
9 am - 12 noonFacebook for Business 
Friday, October 23
9 am - 12 noon
Monday, October 26
9 am - 12 noonCourage, Confidence & Resilience 
Thursday, October 29
9 am - 12 noonSelling is For Everyone

Thursday, October 89 am - 12 noon
The Math of Financial Statements 
Friday, October 9
9 am - 12 noonArt of Communication 
Saturday, October 17
9 am - 4 pmFood Handler Certification
Friday, October 30
9 am - 12 noonPresentation Skills- Getting Your Message Across With Confidence 

Trainer handouts and meeting login information will be emailed to registered participants prior to the Zoom training. 

To register for training, please email: register@mtec.mb.ca

We look forward to seeing you ... remotely and in the classroom! 

"Gratitude turns what we have into enough, and more.  It turns denial into acceptance, chaos into order, confusion into clarity...it makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow."

-Melody Beattie

Manitoba Tourism Education Council, 75 Scurfield Boulevard, Unit 3, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3Y 1P6 Canada
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