This program will teach participants to effectively communicate expectations, visions and values to various stakeholders. Participants will also learn how to develop and bring to life a focused people strategy, to understand emotional intelligence and the role it plays in having difficult yet effective conversations and to prepare the organization for a leadership transition. For more information, click here.
Dates: March 10-11, 2014
Location: 340 East Superior St., Wieboldt Hall, Chicago
Contact Number: 847.467.0866
Energizing People for Performance
As a participant in this program, you will learn to energize your team and maximize bottom-line results by implementing valuable people-related strategies in your organization. Whether you are the leader of a small team within a large organization or the head of a business unit responsible for hundreds of people, motivating and developing those who work for you involves more than good leadership skills. It requires effective people-focused processes and motivational tools designed to unleash the potential in others so they can achieve and sustain high levels of performance. For more information, click here.
Dates: April 13-16, 2014; September 21-24, 2014
As a participant in the Leading High-Impact Teams program, you will delve into the latest approaches to the art and science of teamwork. This highly collaborative and forward-thinking program focuses on internal and external team dynamics - with an emphasis on how to optimize your performance as both a team player and a team leader. For more information about this program, click here.
Dates: April 7-10, 2014; September 15-18, 2014
Location: Chicago, IL
Contact Number: 847-467-7000
Reinventing Leadership: A Breakthrough Approach
As a participant in this program, you will learn to maximize your leadership performance by using a unique approach that looks beyond two-dimensional maps to a more holistic view of leadership for increasing productivity. Through an enhanced understanding of the motivations and attitudes that drive you, you will be inspired to become more purposeful and effective as a leader by recognizing what fundamentally drives people - and connecting those drives to corporate objectives. For more information, click here.
Program Dates: March 16-21, 2014; September 28- October 3, 2014
In The Soul of Leadership, you will gain an increased awareness of your own and others’ needs and a deeper understanding of your leadership potential to make a profound change in the way you lead. Dr. Deepak Chopra offers an entirely new approach to the exciting possibilities of leadership, extending his ground-breaking books on success that combine spiritual wisdom with modern dynamic psychology. You will be inspired with insights into group dynamics, loyalty, creativity, vision, security, and achievement - and walk away with ideas you can put into action to bring out excellence at every level. For more information, click here.
Program Dates: February 10-12, 2014 (FL); October 20-22, 2014 (IL)
If you work as a supervisor, manager or team leader, you understand just how important effective management skills are to individual and organizational productivity. Notre Dame’s two-day Supervisory Development program is designed to increase your effectiveness as a manager and impart practical new skills in the areas of management, resource allocation and employee development. Appropriate for both those new to supervising and existing supervisors who wish to update and refine their skills. For more information, click here.
Program Dates: April 15-16, 2014;October 21-22, 2014
Location: University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business in South Bend, Indiana
Contact: (574) 631-5285; (800) 631-3622 (toll free) or email at email@example.com
Unleashing Your Leadership Potential offers you and other high potential individuals the opportunity to increase your contribution and effectiveness while in the midst of assuming a greater leadership role within your organization. Cultivate a broader view of the impact you can have on others and allow yourself to build a roadmap for your future as a leader. For more information, click here.
Program Dates: May 12-15, 2014;November 3-6, 2014
Costs: $3,150 (for non-profit) & $3,650 (for-profit organizations); includes lodging and meal
Location: Stayer Executive Education Center
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Management Development Seminar I: Leading from the Middle
This course is designed to teach attendees to development communication skills and think more critically. It's an ideal experience, whether you are a new middle manager or an experienced first-line supervisor. During the course you will study essential management competencies through individual assessments, readings, small group activities, real-world experiences and stimulating class discussions. For more information, click here.
Program Dates: March 10-20, 2014 (WV);May 12-22, 2014 (TX); September 15-25, 2014 (WV)
Management Development Seminar II: Leading Organizations
In an era of constant change and challenges, managers must step up for greater effectiveness and efficiency. This seminar offers an unmatched overview of your systems and best practices, and a useful framework for leading your organization into the future. Experienced mid-level managers can assess and improve their organizations' overall effectiveness by learning how to help guide your organization during time of unprecedented change, challenge and uncertainty. Through presentations, small-group work and practice, you will learn how to engage your workers and foster innovative thinking and action. For more information, click here. Program Dates: March 24-April 3, 2014 (WV);April 28-May 8, 2014 (CA); June 16-26, 2014 (TX); August 4-14, 2014 (WV)
The Federal government has moved towards a more collaborative and shared leadership model that empowers decision-makers at all levels. Becoming a member of a team does not guarantee high performance. Chances are the skills and knowledge that makes you a successful contributor may not necessarily ensure success as a team member or a team leader. During this two week seminar you will learn the basics of successful dynamics of a team and gain insight on your personal leadership styles and how they translate to teams. For more information, click here.
Program Dates: April 14-May 23, 2014 (WV);June 16-25, 2014 (CA); Aug. 18-Sept. 26, 2014 (WV)
Supervisory Development Seminar Week 1: Fundamentals
Though occupations vary greatly across the federal government, the responsibilities of the frontline supervisor do not. Every Federal supervisor needs to know how to implement an effective human resource and performance management process to achieve high performance. New supervisors will gain valuable insights into the fundamental skills, behaviors and attitudes that define the successful Federal supervisor and maximize personal performance. This week-long course can be combined with the Supervisory Development Seminar II for a two-week immersion program to expand these fundamentals into a foundation of great leadership. For more information, click here.
Program Dates: March 17-21, 2014 (WV);May 12-16, 2014 (CA); June 16-20, 2014 (WV); July 14-18, 2014 (CO); September 15-19, 2014 (IL);
Costs: $3,350 (WV) (CO) & $2,500 (CA) (IL)
Location: Shepherdstown, WV; San Diego, CA; Chicago, IL; Aurora, CO
Supervisory Development Seminar Week 2: Learning to Lead
Supervisors will gain valuable insights into workplace motivation and employee engagement and adapt skills on these insights into their leadership approach. This seminar will develop your capacity to move employees from performance compliance to commitment for excellence. This week-long seminar can be combined with the Supervisory Development Seminar I for a two-week immersion experience that will integrate leadership with the nuts and bolts of supervision. For more information, click here.
Program Dates: March 24-27, 2014 (WV);May 19-22, 2014 (CA); June 23-26, 2014 (WV)
Four distinct generations are now working together in the Federal workplace: Traditionalists (born approximately between 1922-1943), Baby Boomers (1943-60), Generation X (1960-80) and Millennials (1980-?). Although these groups share some outlooks and beliefs, each possesses values and attitudes unique to its history and experiences. These values significantly affect the workplace styles, preferences, behaviors and expectations of each generation. The Federal Executive Institute's (FEI) Leading Across Generations program is provocative and interactive. It will help you understand the histories, personalities, strengths and challenges of our four generational groups, while you explore how to lead, manage, recruit and retain colleagues of various ages and experience levels. For more information, click here.
Program Dates: May 20-21, 2014