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DEVELOPING LEADERSHIP: An upcoming Penn State webinar will focus on developing farm leaders through teaching farmers how to alleviate stress and cultivate a more productive mindset with employees.

Hone farm leadership skills with Penn State Extension webinar

The April 3 seminar was originally planned as an in-person leadership workshop.

Agricultural entrepreneurs and producers are invited to learn and enhance their leadership skills through Penn State Extension’s “Cultivating Leadership: Creating a Powerful Team” webinar April 3 from 9:30 a.m. to noon.  

Participants will learn how to alleviate farm stress and cultivate productive mindset, strategies to provide better mentoring practices with agricultural workers, tips for maintaining a motivated workforce on the farm, information and strategies to enhance cultural competence, and practical skills to promote powerful team performance.

The webinar was originally scheduled as a workshop series. This follows rescheduling of Extension events in response to COVID-19, which has modified organizational operations and program delivery for a period of time.

There is no cost for this webinar. To learn more about the webinar or to register, visit Penn State Extension online or call 877-345-06-91.

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