Peak Employee Performance Program
According to multiple sources and studies, employees who are healthy and happy are more likely to be fully engaged at work; thus, leading to more productivity, higher profits, less turnover, lower absenteeism, and improved morale and company culture.
Performance is the common thread in the Peak Employee Performance program. This 10-month professional enrichment program series has been carefully designed to empower individuals with the necessary skills for creating success not only in their professional life, but in their personal life as well.
- Reduction of individual and collective stress.
- Improved communication and customer service skills.
- Confidence and understanding of one's personal value.
- Flexibility and adaptability to change.
- Better health and less absenteeism.
- Energized morale and company culture.
- Implementation of new technologies for workplace wellness.
- Efficient management of time, finances and other resources.
Two-hour sessions are conducted monthly at Daytona State College, conveniently during lunch break from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. We even include a healthy lunch.
- March 19
- April 23
- May 21
- June 18
- July 23
- August 20
- September 17
- October 22
- November 19
- December 17
$250 per employee for 10 sessions
Daytona State College
1200 W. International Speedway Blvd.
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Building 150, Room 312
About Your Instructor
Sean Donovan is an entrepreneur who has started several successful businesses, including a mobile auto repair service, real estate brokerage, Class-A contracting company, and currently an "authorpreneur" services business. Sean uses his first-hand experience in business as well as the many lessons he has learned to teach others to maximize their personal and professional productivity. He is author of six published books as well as several personal and professional development programs. His passion for working with people is evident during his enthusiastic and interactive workshops.
To register, contact Joanne Parker at 386-506-4224 or Joanne.Parker@DaytonaState.edu.