Events

Jan
16
Tue
Intro to Social Media for Business (3pm – 4:30pm) – East Forest
Jan 16 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Intro Social Media for Business (6-7:30pm) – West Forest
Jan 16 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Jan
24
Wed
Motivating Yourself & Your Team During Challenging Times (Rick Capozzi) @ Franklin Area Chamber of Commerce
Jan 24 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 am

Motivating Yourself and Your Team During Challenging Times

Rick Capozzi, Founder/President, Capozzi Group & Survival Mindset

Who motivates the motivator?  In order to motivate your team more efficiently and successfully you must first be able to motivate yourself.  The session will help you to:

Objectives: 

  • Assess when to use the carrot and when to just use the stick to motivate
  • Interpret how the current data on employee engagement applies to you
  • Determine what to do with the employee who is just not on the team
  • Review 20 no-cost ideas to motivate your team

 

OUTLINE:

The Big Picture

  • Challenges and Negativity
  • Gallup’s Q-12 Employee Engagement Index
  • Engaged. Disengaged. Actively Disengaged.
  • The questions behind the index (the keys to success)

Motivation

  • Benefits of recognition and praise
  • Motivation = Motive + Action
  • Three types of motivation
  • Seven Steps to highly effective goal setting

Overcoming the Challenges

  • What do you do with the employee who is not on the team?
  • Your (their) bucket list
  • 20 no-cost ideas to motivate your team
  • Best practices

Putting it all Together and Next Steps

 

Instructor Bio:

 

Since 1991, Rick Capozzi has been delivering personal growth and development training as well as providing global marketing services. The world has been his classroom. As an international speaker, consultant, and writer, his travels have taken him to South America, Mexico, Canada, Japan, throughout Eastern and Central Europe, and to all but 9 states in the USA. He delivers as many as 160 speaking engagements per year.

 

Delivering Tangible Results

 

Rick has worked with groups from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, elementary schools through higher education, local churches to international ministries, and individuals to entire companies with excellent results. His focus is primarily with soft skills such as time management, etiquette, nonverbal communication, memory, life balance, creativity, personality, facilitating and presentation coaching. His knowledge of the art and science of communication are what earn him requests for frequent return visits and consistently high evaluations. In addition to being a professional presenter, Rick is also a presentation coach and writer. He is the author of two inspirational/motivational books and is currently working on his third book, “It’s Not About the Rules,” which puts a practical spin on the topic of etiquette.

Rick also has a passion for missions. He has served in Romania, Bulgaria, and Slovakia in Europe as well as in Bolivia, South America. During these trips he did everything from teaching business leaders how to stay optimistic and motivated to teaching English to children and youth in the jungles. He also assisted in distributions of solar powered radios and provided consulting services.

Highly Requested, Always Progressing

A native of Franklin, PA, USA, Rick earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Communication in 1985 from Clarion University of Pennsylvania. He worked in sales and marketing while doing further research in numerous aspects of personal growth and development. In 1991 he released his first public seminars on Motivation and Memory, which remain two of his most frequently requested topics. During his tenure at The Pennsylvania State University as a Learning Strategist with the Human Resource Development Center, he designed, developed, and/or delivered some of the department’s most popular and highly evaluated programs.

A Devoted Community Member

Rick has invested heavily in helping others with their personal growth and development. He also believes in giving of himself, as a current or past member on several educational and ministry boards, as well as having served as a Chamber Ambassador, a Sunday school teacher, a youth leader, a prison ministry volunteer and, most importantly, a dad and husband.

Making a Positive Impact

His mission in life is to make a positive impact on the world by helping people realize and develop their true potential so they can live happily and positively impact the lives of others.

Jan
25
Thu
Motivating Yourself & Your Team During Challenging Times (Rick Capozzi) @ Forest County Business Alliance (Marienville School District)
Jan 25 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Motivating Yourself and Your Team During Challenging Times

Rick Capozzi, Founder/President, Capozzi Group & Survival Mindset

Who motivates the motivator?  In order to motivate your team more efficiently and successfully you must first be able to motivate yourself.  The session will help you to:

Objectives: 

  • Assess when to use the carrot and when to just use the stick to motivate
  • Interpret how the current data on employee engagement applies to you
  • Determine what to do with the employee who is just not on the team
  • Review 20 no-cost ideas to motivate your team

 

OUTLINE:

The Big Picture

  • Challenges and Negativity
  • Gallup’s Q-12 Employee Engagement Index
  • Engaged. Disengaged. Actively Disengaged.
  • The questions behind the index (the keys to success)

Motivation

  • Benefits of recognition and praise
  • Motivation = Motive + Action
  • Three types of motivation
  • Seven Steps to highly effective goal setting

Overcoming the Challenges

  • What do you do with the employee who is not on the team?
  • Your (their) bucket list
  • 20 no-cost ideas to motivate your team
  • Best practices

Putting it all Together and Next Steps

 

Instructor Bio:

 

Since 1991, Rick Capozzi has been delivering personal growth and development training as well as providing global marketing services. The world has been his classroom. As an international speaker, consultant, and writer, his travels have taken him to South America, Mexico, Canada, Japan, throughout Eastern and Central Europe, and to all but 9 states in the USA. He delivers as many as 160 speaking engagements per year.

 

Delivering Tangible Results

 

Rick has worked with groups from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, elementary schools through higher education, local churches to international ministries, and individuals to entire companies with excellent results. His focus is primarily with soft skills such as time management, etiquette, nonverbal communication, memory, life balance, creativity, personality, facilitating and presentation coaching. His knowledge of the art and science of communication are what earn him requests for frequent return visits and consistently high evaluations. In addition to being a professional presenter, Rick is also a presentation coach and writer. He is the author of two inspirational/motivational books and is currently working on his third book, “It’s Not About the Rules,” which puts a practical spin on the topic of etiquette.

Rick also has a passion for missions. He has served in Romania, Bulgaria, and Slovakia in Europe as well as in Bolivia, South America. During these trips he did everything from teaching business leaders how to stay optimistic and motivated to teaching English to children and youth in the jungles. He also assisted in distributions of solar powered radios and provided consulting services.

Highly Requested, Always Progressing

A native of Franklin, PA, USA, Rick earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Communication in 1985 from Clarion University of Pennsylvania. He worked in sales and marketing while doing further research in numerous aspects of personal growth and development. In 1991 he released his first public seminars on Motivation and Memory, which remain two of his most frequently requested topics. During his tenure at The Pennsylvania State University as a Learning Strategist with the Human Resource Development Center, he designed, developed, and/or delivered some of the department’s most popular and highly evaluated programs.

A Devoted Community Member

Rick has invested heavily in helping others with their personal growth and development. He also believes in giving of himself, as a current or past member on several educational and ministry boards, as well as having served as a Chamber Ambassador, a Sunday school teacher, a youth leader, a prison ministry volunteer and, most importantly, a dad and husband.

Making a Positive Impact

His mission in life is to make a positive impact on the world by helping people realize and develop their true potential so they can live happily and positively impact the lives of others.

Motivating Yourself & Your Team During Challenging Times (Rick Capozzi) @ Forest County Business Alliance (Tionesta School District)
Jan 25 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Motivating Yourself and Your Team During Challenging Times

Rick Capozzi, Founder/President, Capozzi Group & Survival Mindset

Who motivates the motivator?  In order to motivate your team more efficiently and successfully you must first be able to motivate yourself.  The session will help you to:

Objectives: 

  • Assess when to use the carrot and when to just use the stick to motivate
  • Interpret how the current data on employee engagement applies to you
  • Determine what to do with the employee who is just not on the team
  • Review 20 no-cost ideas to motivate your team

 

OUTLINE:

The Big Picture

  • Challenges and Negativity
  • Gallup’s Q-12 Employee Engagement Index
  • Engaged. Disengaged. Actively Disengaged.
  • The questions behind the index (the keys to success)

Motivation

  • Benefits of recognition and praise
  • Motivation = Motive + Action
  • Three types of motivation
  • Seven Steps to highly effective goal setting

Overcoming the Challenges

  • What do you do with the employee who is not on the team?
  • Your (their) bucket list
  • 20 no-cost ideas to motivate your team
  • Best practices

Putting it all Together and Next Steps

 

Instructor Bio:

 

Since 1991, Rick Capozzi has been delivering personal growth and development training as well as providing global marketing services. The world has been his classroom. As an international speaker, consultant, and writer, his travels have taken him to South America, Mexico, Canada, Japan, throughout Eastern and Central Europe, and to all but 9 states in the USA. He delivers as many as 160 speaking engagements per year.

 

Delivering Tangible Results

 

Rick has worked with groups from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, elementary schools through higher education, local churches to international ministries, and individuals to entire companies with excellent results. His focus is primarily with soft skills such as time management, etiquette, nonverbal communication, memory, life balance, creativity, personality, facilitating and presentation coaching. His knowledge of the art and science of communication are what earn him requests for frequent return visits and consistently high evaluations. In addition to being a professional presenter, Rick is also a presentation coach and writer. He is the author of two inspirational/motivational books and is currently working on his third book, “It’s Not About the Rules,” which puts a practical spin on the topic of etiquette.

Rick also has a passion for missions. He has served in Romania, Bulgaria, and Slovakia in Europe as well as in Bolivia, South America. During these trips he did everything from teaching business leaders how to stay optimistic and motivated to teaching English to children and youth in the jungles. He also assisted in distributions of solar powered radios and provided consulting services.

Highly Requested, Always Progressing

A native of Franklin, PA, USA, Rick earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Communication in 1985 from Clarion University of Pennsylvania. He worked in sales and marketing while doing further research in numerous aspects of personal growth and development. In 1991 he released his first public seminars on Motivation and Memory, which remain two of his most frequently requested topics. During his tenure at The Pennsylvania State University as a Learning Strategist with the Human Resource Development Center, he designed, developed, and/or delivered some of the department’s most popular and highly evaluated programs.

A Devoted Community Member

Rick has invested heavily in helping others with their personal growth and development. He also believes in giving of himself, as a current or past member on several educational and ministry boards, as well as having served as a Chamber Ambassador, a Sunday school teacher, a youth leader, a prison ministry volunteer and, most importantly, a dad and husband.

Making a Positive Impact

His mission in life is to make a positive impact on the world by helping people realize and develop their true potential so they can live happily and positively impact the lives of others.

Feb
21
Wed
On Boarding and Recruiting (3-5pm) East Forest_Pamela Watkins
Feb 21 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
On Boarding and Recruiting (6-8pm) West Forest_Pamela Watkins
Feb 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Mar
7
Wed
Dealing with Difficult People (3-5pm) East Forest_Pamela Watkins
Mar 7 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Dealing with Difficult People (6-8pm) West Forest_Pamela Watkins
Mar 7 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Mar
22
Thu
Planning your Website (3-4:30pm) East Forest_Holly Gibbons
Mar 22 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Planning your Website (6-7:30pm) West Forest_Holly Gibbons
Mar 22 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Apr
3
Tue
Computer Basics – Clarion University Venango @ Clarion University Venango
Apr 3 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Apr
10
Tue
Internet 101 – Clarion University Venango @ Clarion University Venango
Apr 10 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Apr
17
Tue
Email 101 – Clarion University Venango @ Clarion University Venango
Apr 17 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Apr
19
Thu
Pinterest 101 – Clarion University Venango @ Clarion University Venango
Apr 19 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Apr
24
Tue
Facebook 101 – Clarion University Venango @ Clarion University Venango
Apr 24 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Apr
26
Thu
Wordprocessing 101 – Clarion University Venango @ Clarion University Venango
Apr 26 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
May
1
Tue
Document and Photo Management 101 – Clarion University Venango @ Clarion University Venango
May 1 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
May
8
Tue
Windows 10 – Clarion University Venango @ Clarion University Venango
May 8 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm