Berks official among graduates in county leadership training

The 2018 graduates include: Seated: Robert Postal, Mifflin County commissioner; Matthew McDermott, Lycoming County director of administration and chief clerk; Ronald Seaman, Berks County chief administrative officer. Standing: Dennis Stuckey, Lancaster County commissioner and CCAP president; Jeffrey Snyder, Clinton County commissioner and CCAP second vice president; Alan Hall, Susquehanna County commissioner; Theodore Tharan, Clarion County commissioner; Doug Hill, CCAP executive director.
The 2018 graduates include: Seated: Robert Postal, Mifflin County commissioner; Matthew McDermott, Lycoming County director of administration and chief clerk; Ronald Seaman, Berks County chief administrative officer. Standing: Dennis Stuckey, Lancaster County commissioner and CCAP president; Jeffrey Snyder, Clinton County commissioner and CCAP second vice president; Alan Hall, Susquehanna County commissioner; Theodore Tharan, Clarion County commissioner; Doug Hill, CCAP executive director. SUBMITTED PHOTO

The County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP) Center for Excellence in County Leadership (CEL), a premier professional development program, recently graduated six county officials from its two and a half-day intensive training.

CEL training focuses on fostering individual growth through interactive and high level classroom training aimed at improving participants’ communication, management and leadership skills. CEL includes intense classes in styles of leadership, managerial versatility, interpersonal dynamics; crisis communication, media management, daily communication problem solving, decision making and other areas. The 2018 CEL program was produced by The Professional Edge, Inc. (www.theprofessionaledgeinc.com).

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