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"Any individual in a leadership role should take this course if they are interested in furthering their career."
In an era of constant change and challenges, government agency managers must step up for greater effectiveness and efficiency. This course 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 four weeks of online learning and one week in the classroom incorporating presentations, small-group work and practice, you will learn how to engage your workers and foster innovative thinking and action.You will learn four useful "frames" for recognizing, understanding and improving interrelated, vital systems:
Second- and third-line managers (those who typically manage supervisors or other managers) who are seeking to refine and improve the performance of their organizations. This course meets one of the requirements for the Manager level of the Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Certificate program. For more information go to the LEAD certificate page.Click here for the class schedule.
Unless the course is listed as RESIDENTIAL, lodging and meals are not included in the tuition.