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UTSA offers unique Building Business Excellence program
The UTSA Small Business Development Center is accepting applications for the Spring 2014 Building Business Excellence program, a unique business leadership program designed to propel established small to mid-size firms to new heights.
The two-week program will run every Tuesday from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Feb. 18 through April 8 at the UTSA downtown campus. Topics will center on leadership, marketing, human resources, and ethics.
The UTSA Small Business Development Center has partnered with Holt Development Services (a division of HOLT CAT) to conduct a seven-week intensive strategic leadership program designed to support established, strong companies to achieve even more growth. Their top-rated facilitators will share Holt’s widely celebrated Values Based Leadership methodology, how many successful organizations incorporate its tools and processes into their day-to-day practices, and help participants integrate the material into their own companies.
The deadline to apply is Tuesday, Feb. 11. Cost to participate in the program is $2,995. A payment plan is available for those interested.
More detailed information can be found at http://mybbe.org.
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