TN Rand Employees Complete Customized Training

Friday, September 21, 2018
 TN Rand personnel completed 14 customized training sessions through Chattanooga State’s EWD
TN Rand personnel completed 14 customized training sessions through Chattanooga State’s EWD

Chattanooga State’s Division of Economic and Workforce Development responded to the request of TN Rand for an employee leadership-training program. Chattanooga State, along with TN Rand, developed a customized training solution that covered topics of Communication; Building Effective Teams; Coaching; Delegation; Morale Motivation and Discipline; Decision Making; Problem Solving; Managing Change; Planning; and Performance Evaluations.

The TN Rand personnel successfully completed the 14 training sessions and are now more prepared to address their everyday work activities. 

Chattanooga State’s Division of Economic and Workforce Development collaborates with businesses and industry to create and deploy customizable training solutions at the speed of business. For more information about how a company may benefit from Chattanooga State’s Division of Economic and Workforce Development, call 697-3100 or visit www.chattanoogastate.edu/workforce-development.



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