The workshop facilitators both have over twenty years experience in their respective fieldsâ€”from needs assessment to workshop facilitation, Debra Hamilton is a leading developer in training programs that engage participants and focus them on their specific work-related challenges. Ken Giglio, a proven leader in the financial services industry, will discuss how to build effective relationships, identify signature strengths, develop interpersonal skills, and increase emotional intelligence.
Since 1991, the Center for Business and Industry at Bergen Community College has responded to the needs of regional businesses by providing cost-effective, custom-tailored training and retraining in diverse areas, from leadership to computers and technology to sales and customer service. The Center provides services to various types of organizations, and training can take place on-site or at the outstanding facilities at the Collegeâ€™s Paramus or Hackensack campuses. Its courses, taught by highly skilled trainers, can help companies improve productivity, increase profitability, and sharpen technical, problem-solving, and communication skills. The Center can also assist companies that want to keep their workforces up to date with computer and high-tech training.
The Center for Business and Industry is part of the Division of Continuing Education at Bergen Community College, which offers a wide range of professional development courses, certificate programs, personal enrichment classes, in addition to specialized training to business and industry. For more information about the Center for Business and Industry at Bergen Community College, please call Dr. Gail Marien at 201-612-5300, and/or learn more on the Continuing Education Web site at http://www.bergen.edu/continuinged.
The Bergen County Workforce Investment Board is composed of leaders from the fields of business, labor, education, and government. The Workforce Investment Board is an alliance between the public and private sectors with an emphasis on business leadership.