Fundamentals of management certificate | Weatherhead

Fundamentals of management certificate

Posted 1.12.2007

The transition from performing as an individual contributor to managing others requires an expanded and deepened skill set in interpersonal management. This certificate program helps participants achieve their potential at an accelerated rate. The program brings together foundational required courses with a series of electives so that each individual can tailor a program to specific strengths and needs. In addition to learning from world-class presenters and experts in their fields, participants will network with up-and-coming managers from organizations throughout the region.

Who should attend:
This certificate is especially helpful for supervisors who manage complex projects and special assignments, and for professionals managing ad hoc, cross-functional teams. The skills developed in this program will help those who facilitate groups that include multiple stakeholders. Professionals who facilitate in more traditional venues such as staff meetings, board meetings and committee meetings will benefit as well.

Coursework for the certificate:
A certificate is awarded after completion of the two required courses and two class days from the selection below.

Required courses:
New! Developing Managers as Leaders
(February 20)

Performance Management: Building Staff Every Day, Every Year
(February 21)

Elective courses:
Managing for Motivation
(May 23)

Creating, Building and Repairing Teams
(February 8)

Developing Your Management Skills
(March 7)

Success Strategies for Women Professionals
(April 5)

Team Leadership Through Emotional Intelligence
(April 30)

New! Managing the Intergenerational Divide
(May 22)

Register online or call 216-368-6413. 

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