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Small Business Development Centerat UW-Green Bay

Making the Successful Transition from Staff Member to Manager

Date, Time: 3/26/2019, 8:30:00 AM-3:30:00 PM
Location: Advance Business & Manufacturing Center, Green Bay
Fees: $200

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In this session, participants will explore the skills displayed that lead most of us to get promoted into a leadership position and whether or not those are relevant to successful leadership.

Participants will assess some of their own leadership tendencies and discover things they are currently doing well along with growth opportunities.

Additionally, we will explore how their leadership role will change the way they are viewed by others and the relationships which currently exist.

Finally, we will look at key questions leaders should ask of themselves as they grow in their leadership role.


Jamie Schramm was raised and resides in Sheboygan. He brings a wealth of knowledge from the manufacturing sector and classroom teaching into his seminar experiences.

An MBA graduate of Lakeland College, he combines a hands-on understanding of relevant business issues with a realization that learning and developing ourselves is a lifelong endeavor.


For more information, contact:

(920) 496-2117


Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the US Small Business Administration (SBA). Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact Tara Carr, 2701 Larsen Road, Green Bay, WI 54303, and (920) 496-2117. The support given by the SBA does not constitute an expressed or implied endorsement of the opinions, products, or serves of the SBDC. The Small Business Development Center is part of the UW-Green Bay Division of Outreach and Adult Access. We are also a partner in education with the University of Wisconsin-Extension. SBDC programs are nondiscriminatory and available to individuals with disabilities. AA/EOE.


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