Management course for kibbutz women

The Kibbutz Industries Association is offering a management course to train female kibbutz members who work within, or hope to enter, the business world.

By DAVID YANKELEWITZ
April 5, 2006 08:14

 
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The Kibbutz Industries Association is offering a management course to train female kibbutz members who work within, or hope to enter, the business world. The curriculum will cover the responsibilities of being a manager, business laws that affect women in the work place, developing personal management skills, and proper financial reporting, along with other topics that are important to women in business. In addition, the course will feature several lectures by prominent female managers in a range of industries.

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