PRLog - March 24, 2014 - MISSION VIEJO, Calif. -- Core Performance Concepts Inc. (CPC (http://www.coreperformanceconcepts.net/))
On Friday, March 28th from 11-12 p.m. in the “Outreach, Engagement and Economic Development “ Track, CPC’s CEO Diane Altwies and University of South Florida’s Gabi Harmon will participate in a Panel Discussion on: Too Much, Too Few, Just Right! A Case Study in Moving to a Market-Driven Organization.
As change agents for individuals, educators and corporations, CPC’scomprehensive educational programs provide key tools, techniques and real applications thatharness disruptions faced by these organizations.
We also help individuals understand and implement core concepts that improve their work and personal performance. We assist organizations in improving employee’s competence by generating positive employee attitudes. And our programs give individuals and organizations the tools required to excel.
“CPC is looking forward to exhibiting at the March UPCEA Conference, seeing our many friends and making new connections as well,” said Core Performance Concepts’ CEO Diane Buckley-Altwies. “This conference brings together CPC with individuals and businesses seeking a clear and achievable vision for growth and change in their daily lives. We look forward to sharing our project management skills training programs designed to help organizations build leadership teams and grow profits,” Altwies concluded.
About Core Performance Concepts
Core Performance Concepts Inc. (CPC) is a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.®) for PMI and has offered high quality exam preparation materials to PMI Chapters since 2002. Since 1993, CPC has provided curriculum in project management, leadership, business analysis, and Lean Six Sigma. CPC offers more than 90 courses developed by subject matter experts that improve an individual’s work and personal performance. CPC’s high quality, integrated curriculum and superior instructors include online and on ground certificate programs from such universities as the University of South Florida (USF) and Stetson University, to name a few. For more information visit http://www.coreperformanceconcepts.com, call (800) 655-0733, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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