A Connected Leader Reaps Benefits

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Green sprouts in the rain

The most successful lifelong learning leaders are visionaries and do not get too immersed in the day-to-day. Kim Becicka, Vice President of the Continuing Education & Training Services (CETS) Division at Kirkwood Community College sits on the President’s Council with other Kirkwood Community College leaders and thus receives the same level of respect and attention.

As the leader of CETS, Ms. Becicka understands the importance of generating new CETS opportunities, increasing her intellectual capital as well as her staff’s intellectual capital, and monitoring CETS performance indicators. Her internal and external relationships have been instrumental in CETS building credibility, as well as making key connections for new revenue streams.

If you want to learn more about what makes CETS so successful, consider joining the CETS team when they host a LERN Best Practices Summit, June 14-17, 2016.  Just click here for information.

LERN Best Practices Summit at Kirkwood

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