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Two workshops this week focus on workplace problems or disruptive change

Two area events this week give business managers and employees a chance to redirect their energies and find creative solutions to problems:

On Tuesday (Dec. 13) Norm Jewett is presenting a morning workshop on “Turning Problems into Profits.” The event will run from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at ITT Technical Institute, 13518 E. Indiana in Spokane Valley. Jewett is a dispute resolution specialist, mediator and attorney.

The event registration is a “$15 donation.”  For details, visit this page.

On Thursday, LaunchPad INW will host a “Dealing with Change and Transitions” workshop from noon to 2 p.m. The event will be at the LaunchPad center in downtown Spokane. The workshop presenter is Jeremy Swain.

Swain will look at ways organizations and individuals define and deal with change. Registration is encouraged by going to this link.  LaunchPad members and guests pay $39 for admission.


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