Developed expressly for high potential employees, this series of training sessions develops a solid foundation in leadership. The program includes the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) personal assessment. Topics such as the role of corporate culture, communication for development, strategic management, creative and critical thinking, leadership basics and self-reflection, and cultural and generational diversity provide a leadership framework to support high potential employees as they grow into management positions. A critical element is the inclusion of corporate mentors from the employees' own company, adding a unique and relevant experience over the course of the programming. Mentors are provided a two-hour orientation.
Seven half-day sessions, one per month; includes personal assessment, company-provided mentoring, mentor orientation, capstone project, handouts and training.
Fundamental Skills of Management training teaches managers how to address a range of real-time management issues through theory, analysis, application, and exercises based on universal challenges. The program ensures concepts and skills learning in training sessions are reinforced and enables managers to apply new techniques in the workplace.
Seven day-long sessions, one per month; includes personal assessment, handouts, and training.
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- Facts & Snacks, Dec 11, 2018, 3-4pm, Managing Up in Today's Workplace.
- The Project Management Prep program will be offered Feb 5 - April 30, 2019 on Tuesdays from 5:30-9pm. Refer to the flyer for more details! Check for registration here.
- New programs are available: Advanced Current Topics and Trends for Engineers, Best Practices in Supply Chain Managment and Diversity Training; Moving from Tolerance to Inclusion. Please contact Teressa Trotta for more information about these new programs!