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Looking to improve your workplace performance? Berkshire Community College is offering a one-morning workshop in Great Barrington that could help you change your behavior at work for the better.

"How Behavior Impacts Management, Impacts Performance" (WKS-2514), according to the college, "introduces a pattern of behavior that follows participants through life and explains why people do what they do."

The course description says the new pattern forms the basis for a "proven management system." Through lectures, illustrations and games, the workshop's leaders will show how to improve performance in any of the hundreds of variables that affect quantity, quality, timeliness and cost.

The class meets Friday, Oct. 21, from 9 to noon in the South County Center. Cost for registration is $30. Call BCC's South County Center at 413-528-4521 to register.

If you go, let us know if it made a difference in your behavior.

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