5 Reasons to Attend a Breakfast Briefing

5 Reasons to Attend a Breakfast Briefing

Published on November 12, 2019 | Breakfast Briefings

An overwhelming 87% of employees believe it is essential to learn and develop new job skills – at any stage in their career - to keep up with trends and changes in the workplace. 

Sinclair Workforce Development offers a quick and easy way to gain insight on today’s trending workforce topics – breakfast included!

Sinclair Sunrise Series Breakfast Briefing is an engaging monthly series built around leading-edge topics and successful leadership strategies. Here are a few benefits to attending:

1. Creates Opportunity

Whether you are a new supervisor or an employee that wants to take your job to the next level, attending Breakfast Briefings can provide you with a competitive edge. Each session focuses on the soft skills you need to increase employability and promotion opportunities.

2. Keeps You Current

Enhancing your current skills or learning new ones exhibits you have the most relevant and up to date information, and you are committed to excelling in your field. 

3. Builds Relationships

Breakfast Briefings are a great place to make new contacts and build key relationships as you connect with other attendees from the Dayton region. 

4. Mastery in 90 minutes

Learn something new to bring back to your team or organization in just 90-minutes. All Breakfast Briefing content can be further explored in larger courses or customized learning and development solutions. 

5. Breakfast Included

After all, it is the most important meal of the day, and at only $15 per briefing, you really can’t afford to miss out! 

Upcoming Breakfast Briefing topics:

November 21 | Navigating the Waters of Change

December 10 | May the Work Force be With You: Leadership Lessons from Star Wars (Sinclair in Mason)

December 19 | May the Work Force be With You: Leadership Lessons from Star Wars

To register or to view a full list of dates and topics click here.


To discover more about Sinclair Workforce Development or Breakfast Briefings, contact us today at 937-252-9787 or