Program Spotlight: Introduction to Supervisory Management

Meet the Instructor Dale Hegstrom has taught for the past 10 years at Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College in casino management and prior to that he supervised teams at AT&T 's Lucent Technologies in North America, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Dale is committed to bringing "Best Practices" in supervisory management to the Native American communities in Northern Wisconsin with exuberance, humor and a great respect for indigenous cultures. Course Overview This course provides up-to-date treatment of the essentials of supervisory management, including supervision of work, people, daily activities, and the supervisor's relationship to the organization. Topics covered

A Wonderland of Ferns: Sharing a Piece of Land with Twenty-four Native Species

It's funny what direction life can take you. Sometimes it's the most seemingly innocuous things which end up having a major transformative effect. In my case ferns, of all things, were the catalyst. They changed both my professional path and the choice of where I would choose to sink down roots so to speak and spend the rest of my life. Ferns fascinated me from an early age, meaning both from my childhood years and from their great antiquity in geologic time. Books on prehistoric life inevitably portrayed early reptiles, giant amphibians, and drone-sized dragonflies cavorting in lush ferns. If that alone wasn't enough to evoke a lost world, a friend who worked for the Field Museum in Chicago

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Hayward, WI 54843

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Hayward, WI 54843


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