Lancaster, PA (PRWEB) February 28, 2014
Janet Treer, President of The Treer Group, will be speaking on how to achieve leadership and management success in her presentation, “Improve Your Management Fitness: Getting & Maintaining Peak Performance.” The session is part of a Dave Romeo Seminar that takes place from 9:00 AM to Noon on March 13, 2014, at Central Penn College in Lancaster, PA.
"This session will explore leading, managing and success in an easy-to-assimilate way that is not taught in business school or on the job," says Treer. "Participants will be challenged to walk away with a commitment and resolve to do some things differently in order to achieve greater success."
During the presentation, Ms. Treer will cover:
“Attendees will have multiple ‘ah-ha moments,’ and leave with one or more action items for achieving increased success by overcoming personal habits of thought and behavior that hold them back,” says Treer.
This will be a dynamic, interactive session that enables each participant to explore their own tendencies and understand attitudes that promote success. They will learn how to eliminate roadblocks and plan for successful implementation and achievement.
“This seminar is for those who are or aspire to be in management,” says Treer. “It is also valuable for those who are responsible for business strategy, human resources and organizational development.”
“Improve Your Management Fitness: Getting & Maintaining Peak Performance” takes place March 13, 2014, from 9:00 AM to Noon at Central Penn College, 1905 Old Philadelphia Pike in Lancaster, PA. The cost is $95 and attendees may register by calling (717) 413-7472.
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About The Treer Group:
The Treer Group is a management consulting firm that provides coaching, assessments, tools and guidance to help organizations and individuals identify areas in need of improvement, discover practical solutions and implement long-lasting change that comes from within. Janet Treer, President, founded The Treer Group in 2007.