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Training Classes

Series 2

Effective Leadership in Action

This series will feature 3 classes. Each class includes a supplemental roundtable discussion. Participants are expected to attend all classes and roundtable discussions to receive a certificate of completion.

Fees: $80 to be collected later, for the 3 class series. Registration is reserved only once paid.

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Robin Hall portraitSession 1

Moving from Individual Contributor to People Leader

Speaker: Robin Hall
Class: Thursday, May 23 | 11a – 1p
Location: Wor-Wic Community College
Roundtable: Tuesday, May 28 | 5:30p – 7p
Location: TBA
Speaker Information: Robin Hall has predominantly worked in high-tech industries, including international settings and has developed a keen understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities that come with leading in a rapidly evolving landscape. Her passion for leadership development is evident in the impactful programs she has implemented to nurture and empower employees at all levels. Robin’s ability to effectively communicate the benefits of change and address concerns with empathy has made her a respected leader in this field. Talent acquisition is an area where Robin’s expertise shines. She has a proven track record of attracting and retaining top talent, ensuring that organizations have the right people in place to drive growth and innovation. Robin’s strategic approach to talent acquisition includes leveraging her extensive network and utilizing cutting-edge recruitment strategies. Beyond her professional accomplishments, Robin is known for her dedication to fostering a positive and inclusive work environment. Robin’s commitment to diversity and inclusion is evident in the initiatives she has championed to promote equal opportunities and celebrate differences.

Kevin Hughes PortraitSession 2

Situational Leadership

Everyone is a leader. It doesn’t matter if you’re the CEO or a new hire, fresh out of school. Based off the tenets of Ken Blanchard Companies’ theory of Situational Leadership II, leaders will learn how to offer the direction and support needed by their colleagues and employees. We’ll discuss SMART Goals, how to diagnose where someone is on a task based on their competence and commitment, and how you can be a more versatile leader.

Speaker: Kevin Hughes
Class: Thursday, June 6 | 11a – 1p
Location: Wor-Wic Community College
Roundtable: Tuesday, June 11 | 5:30p – 7p
Location: TBA
Speaker Information: Kevin Hughes founded Chesapeake Learning & Development in 2023. He has over 20 years of experience in the learning and development field, working with a wide variety of organizations and industries. Kevin is adept at collaborating with leadership to ensure all levels of employees get what they need to grow professionally. Kevin is certified in several training courses, including DISC, Situational Leadership Experience, Self-Leadership, and Targeted Selection (Behavioral Interviewing). He is a Harrison Assessments coach. In addition to these certifications, he has built and facilitated training programs on effective communications, giving and receiving feedback, personal brand, customer service, and more. Holding a B.S. from Towson University in Baltimore, Kevin majored in Mass Communications and minored in Music Performance. He has two kids, Andrew and Abby, and lives with his wife Colleen on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

Ed Radwinsky PortraitSession 3

Enhancing Leadership Through Psychological Safety and Self Awareness

Discover how cultivating psychological safety and self-awareness can revolutionize your leadership approach in our upcoming presentation. Explore strategies to create an environment where team members feel empowered to voice their opinions, take risks, and collaborate effectively. Gain insights into harnessing self-awareness to navigate challenges, inspire trust, and foster a culture of innovation and inclusivity.

Speaker: Ed Radwinksy
Class: Thursday, June 20 | 11a – 1p
Location: Wor-Wic Community College
Roundtable: Tuesday, June 25 | 5:30p – 7p
Location: TBA
Speaker Information: Ed Radwinksy, MA, SPHR is an accomplished Human Resources professional with more than 25 years of experience across multiple industries. He has worked for global public corporations, venture capital-funded start-ups, private firms, and non-profit companies. In his roles, he provided vision and leadership in the design and integration of scalable best practices for organizational assessment and development, recruitment, performance management, compensation and benefits administration, professional development, training, recognition, DEIB, and talent management. Additionally, he served as a trusted advisor to senior leaders on both strategic and tactical matters regarding the delivery of human resources and business initiatives.


Fees: $80 to be collected later, for the 3 class series. Registration is reserved only once paid.