Leadership Clinton learns to ‘QTIP’


Learn ‘Quit Taking It Personally’, social media

By Leadership Clinton



Leadership Clinton participants joined up at Wilmington College.


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WILMINGTON — The 2016 Clinton County Leadership adult and youth classes joined together on the Wilmington College Campus on Thursday, Jan. 21 for their Experiential Learning/Social Media class day.

The adult class learned about Conflict Resolution and the “QTIP” philosophy from James A. Boland, Wilmington College Professor of Education. The youth group learned problem solving and interviewing skills from Wilmington College Admission staff and Student Government Association students.

During the afternoon, the entire group focused on social media to include maintaining your boundaries on social media, social media and social activism and technology and ethics in the workplace.

The next class day for the Clinton County Leadership adult group will focus on Health and Human Services in February.

The Clinton County Leadership Institute was created in the fall of 1986. Over 140 companies and individuals have sponsored more than 500 graduates in the adult program and more than 400 youth have graduated from the Youth collaborative program, which was launched in 1994. For more information, please contact CCLI at 973-382-7120 or email [email protected]

Leadership Clinton participants joined up at Wilmington College.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_IMG_0505.jpgLeadership Clinton participants joined up at Wilmington College. Courtesy photo
Learn ‘Quit Taking It Personally’, social media

By Leadership Clinton

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