Supervision & Leadership
Gallup Organization research indicates that an employee joins an organization, but leaves a supervisor. When an individual contributor is promoted to supervisor, the transition can be a difficult one. This certificate will provide the new supervisor with the foundational skills needed for the job.
Supervision and Management
When an individual contributor is promoted to supervisor, the transition can be a difficult one. This certificate will provide the new supervisor (or experienced supervisor without this education) with the foundational skills needed for the job. Register for this certificate for $400 (a savings of $100).
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Leading Virtual Team
Leading a team is a challenge in any environment, but what happens when your team works in different locations? Virtual teams have increased dramatically as organizations have benefited from the flexibility, but leaders have a unique challenge to keep these teams moving in a unified direction. In-person sessions occur on the first class day only. Register for individual classes for $145 or the full certificate for $495 (a savings of $85). Instructor: Amy Jauman
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Change Management and Leadership
Learn to identify resistance, diagnose needs, and recognize which organizational levers can be pulled to drive change. Discover how to coach "change champions" and execute the components of a change plan.
There are more projects occurring today than at any time in history. Organizations initiate projects to create new computer applications, erect bridges and buildings, improve processes, develop new products, and reorganize company operations.
Business Skills for Professionals
Regardless of the organization's size, employers report an increasing need for workers who understand how an organization works and can make good judgments and quick decisions. An individual with strong business acumen/business communication knows how their organization functions, understands how individual decisions affect the whole, can navigate and make sense out of complexity, and can adapt to a constantly changing environment.