Magazine article Black Enterprise

B.E. Launches One-Day Workshops

Magazine article Black Enterprise

B.E. Launches One-Day Workshops

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What separates good businesspersons from bad ones? Excellent management skills. And how do good managers get that way? With effective resource training, personal development and networking prowess.

Remaining informed and connected in this climate are requirements for any serious African-American executive or entrepreneur. In its tradition of priming blacks in business for career success, BLACK ENTERPRISE is planning to extend its series of nationwide conferences and seminars targeted to black professionals. In addition to its National Entrepeneurial Conferences BE now includes one-day management workshops.

"Our readers consist of entrepreneurs, professionals, managers and students and we're tailoring these seminars to suit their diverse needs," says Carolyn C. Harper, business programs director for BLACK ENTERPRISE magazine. These new management workshops are scheduled to run nationwide and will focus on personal finance, career development and franchising concerns. Designed to address varying levels of need and expertise, the courses are intended to beef up participants' existing skills, while introducing them to new tactics and strategies to improve their potential productivity and marketability. The workshop subjects chosen reflect the most popular areas of interest among BE readers and former conference attendees. Structured as experiential, interactive learning sessions, the workshops are intended to provide participants with practical applications for proven success plans and techniques. …

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