July Newsletter “Power in an organization is the capacity generated by relationships.” -Margaret Wheatley Wishing you fun in learning, Pam, Mark, Tara, Jeff & Crystie Corporate Training Feature Our Supervisory Institute addresses the following objectives: Understand the many roles of a supervisor Learn supervisory and management techniques Identify personal communication and conflict management styles Practice and […]read more
As we get into the summer season we also get to expand our learning space to more of the grounds surrounding The Browne Center. The above photo is a group from different University of New Hampshire business offices, who took advantage of our lower field during a gorgeous training day. Wishing you fun in learning, Pam, Mark, Tara, Jeff & Crystie Do you […]read more
Every year we bring together our contract staff for training and development. Above is a picture of Friday’s group! This years professional development focus was on experiencing activities from the new SELA book, refining skills on one of our two onsite orienteering courses, as well as reconnecting with colleagues and renewing verification of technical skills. Wishing you all the best, Pam, Mark, Tara, […]read more
Improving employee performance is paramount to improving the corporate bottom line. Our learning and development programs effectively transform the way people work and interact. Through experience-based learning, Browne Center program participants engage in activities, discussions and reflection that provide foundations for lasting change and organizational transformation.
The Browne Center promotes learning and personal growth in all our participants. With a long history of working with schools, The Browne Center designed a year-long curriculum to develop social and emotional skills in school-aged youth. Whether participating in a year-long implementation or a “peak day” at The Browne Center, our programs enhance skills in: Communication, Leadership, Team Development, Community Building, Trust, Healthy Risk Taking, Conflict Resolution, Diversity, and Inclusion.