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Rutgers University

Building Your Business Case


http://execed.rutgers.edu/building-your-business-case-how-to-get-your-projects-and-ideas-approved/

As a technical leader, program manager, product manager or new idea generator, your ideas and insights are critical to your organization’s success. This course can provide you with the advanced tools, knowledge and insight to empower you to successfully participate in senior-level discussions and effectively move your innovative ideas from concept to market.

Learners will leave class with a cadre of new tools and be better prepared to participate in decisions that shape the future direction of innovation at your organization and drive your personal sense of engagement and satisfaction.

The program format is designed to include practical exercises, case studies and group discussion in order to allow participants to practice new skills and be ready to implement them immediately.



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-Understanding the Perspective of Your Decision-makers

-Evaluating Your Idea: Sustaining or Disruptive Innovation

-Defining Market Opportunities

-Implementation Considerations

-Strategies to Develop Competitive Advantages

-Driving Shareholder Value

-Interpreting and Considering the Related Financial Results

-Maximizing New Venture Returns

-Establishing the Criteria for Success

-Building a Business Case for the Concept

-Using Financial Models to Support Your Concept

-Presenting Your Case to your Decision-makers
Dates: April 24-25, 2013, November 6-7, 2013

Location: Princeton, NJ

Costs: $1,850- includes instruction, materials, continental breakfast, lunch, and refreshments.
To register or obtain more information: Call 856.225.6685 or email execed@camden.rutgers.edu
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Surviving and Thriving in a Changing Environment


http://execed.rutgers.edu/change-mgmt/
Communicating and leading change is vital to every manager’s role. But, it is the ability to remain confident and engage with change in an empowering and inspiring way that will help influence other’s perception of the process that will set you apart from any leader. This 1-day program explores the skills necessary to sustain change by focusing on the areas of emotional intelligence, persuasion and influence, and application of proven change management models.

Benefits


  • Develop a proactive and skilled approach to maintaining focus and effectiveness during personal, departmental, team-based, and organizational changes

  • Recognize the opportunities presented by change and learn how to take advantage of them

  • Leverage your own strengths during change to become a source of stability for others

  • Examine recognized change model methodologies, by such authors as Bridges and Kotter, and learn to apply them


Dates: June 12, 2013, December 4, 2013

Location: Philadelphia, PA

Costs: $795 (Includes instruction, materials, continental breakfast, lunch, refreshments and parking.)

To register or obtain more information: Call 856.225.6685 or email execed@camden.rutgers.edu


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7.5 Key Strategies for Effective Supervision


http://execed.rutgers.edu/supervision/
This course can help develop the toolbox that all supervisors and team leaders need to effectively manage people in the workplace. This two-day program can sharpen the skills of existing supervisors as well as develop the required skills for those making the transition to supervising others.

The program format is designed to include practical exercises, case studies and group discussion in order to allow participants to practice new skills and be ready to implement them immediately.


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-Effectively Making the Transition to Supervisor

-Defining the Role of the Supervisor

-Effective Team Communications

-Developing Employees and Team Members

-Delegating with Clarity, Fairness and Authority

-Supervising in a Changing Environment

-Sharpen your Personal Effectiveness
Dates: March 5 and 6, 2013; September 24 and 25, 2013

Location: Cherry Hill, NJ

Investment: $1,850 (Includes instruction, materials, continental breakfast, lunch, and refreshments)
To register or obtain more information: Call 856.225.6685 or email execed@camden.rutgers.edu
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Seton Hall University

Master of Arts in Strategic Communication and Leadership (MASCL)


www.shu.edu/go/mascl
MASCL is an accelerated graduate program focusing on the softer but crucial skills of leadership, communication, and change management. MASCL deploys an innovative graduate experience using a cohort model. The program draws a diverse student mix from business, non-profit, government and military personnel. The MASCL program emphasizes professional teamwork, the same kind of teamwork that is integral to any career. This approach creates a tightly-knit community of learners and a rich learning experience through intensive interactions with classmates and faculty.

A serious program for serious learners, it is designed with a “learn it and apply it.” MASCL provides highly motivated mid-career professionals with the opportunity to strengthen and enhance their skills as they complete 36 credits over 18 months. Students have referred to MASCL as the “MBA without the numbers.” One student remarked that "an MBA is about management, while MASCL is about leadership." GRE or GMAT is not required


Program Dates: March, September, 2013
Application Deadline:
Dec 31 for March, May 30 for Sept

Location: NJ or online
Costs:
$37,188 ($1,033 pre credit)

Contact Number: 973.761.9490
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Professional Certificates


Seton Hall offers six Professional Certificates either as part of a Masters degree or on a standalone basis. Each certificate is comprised of four courses or 12 credits.

Our Graduate Communication Professional Certificates allow our students to pursue specialized graduate education in pertinent communication and leadership areas of interest. Students are able to study communication and leadership skills that will enhance their professional capabilities and expand their knowledge and experiences. Students are able to apply the skills and knowledge they develop through the program courses both during and immediately after completion. Students will earn a professional certificate upon completion and, if they choose, apply the 12 credits towards the full master's degree in Strategic Communication.



Communication and Leadership Professional Certificates (On campus or Online)

Strategic Communication and Leadership: Managerial Communication, Strategic Organizational Communication, Multiculturalism and Leadership and Crisis Communication

Intercultural Communication: Multiculturalism and Leadership, Cross Cultural Communication, Independent Study - Diversity and Globalization and Communication Ethics

Organizational Communication : Organizational Communication, Writing for the Organization, Effective Presentations and Employee Relations and Communication

International Communication: Multiculturalism and Leadership, Cross Cultural Communication, International Business Communication and Independent Study - Diversity and Globalization

Strategic Communication Planning: Organizational Communication, Managerial Communication, Strategic Organizational Communication and Independent Study  - Communication Planning

Public Relations: Writing for the Organization and the Client, Media Relations, Events Management and Public Relations: Cases and Practical Applications

Courses: For course descriptions, click here.

Dates: Jan 2013, May 2013 or Sept 2013

Location: Seton Hall University (New Jersey)

Costs: $1,033 per credit

Apply: To apply online, Apply here.

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St. John Fisher College

The Education Doctorate (Ed.D.) in Executive Leadership at St. John Fisher College is administered by the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education (SoE). The program provides candidates with an opportunity to develop the critical leadership skills and knowledge that are required in today’s increasingly complex, diverse, and information-driven organizations. This unique and rigorous education program in executive leadership was developed to provide an attractive and viable alternative to “traditional” doctoral programs in educational leadership. As an alternative doctoral model, the program is designed to:




  • Provide executives and senior managers with an advanced curriculum that focuses on relevant and current topics and issues in executive leadership.

  • Focus on the core leadership competencies, dispositions, and applied research that executives and senior managers need to be effective in various organizational settings.

  • Provide opportunities for candidates to focus their dissertation on actual problems in their organization, making the dissertation relevant and practical, and thereby encouraging organizational support.

  • Provide candidates with access to a network of successful executives and organizations to support their intellectual, professional, and career development.



Doctorate in Education: Executive Leadership (Ed.D.)

http://www3.sjfc.edu/academics/education/departments/edd/

The Ed.D. Program in Executive Leadership is based on an accelerated, cohort-paced model designed around a rigorous multidisciplinary program of study in executive leadership. Classes meet year-round in an alternate weekend format. Courses are offered sequentially, organized by topical themes, and aligned with New York State, national, and institutional standards.

Candidates will be organized into teams to develop and complete group projects. Readings will be assigned prior to each class with the expectation that candidates will come prepared to discuss the related subject matter. The field experiences are aligned with coursework to support the integration of theory and practice.

The program will include professional development opportunities and seminars conducted by local, state, and national experts in the field of leadership. In addition, technology will be used to support research, class presentations, course assignments, and other aspects of teaching and learning.

Each summer a new cohort of approximately 20 candidates will begin with an anticipated start date of May 15. Candidates admitted to the program will be required to register for six credits for the summer session, nine credits for the fall semester, and nine credits for the spring semester.


Courses: For course descriptions click here

Dates: The next cohort begins May 2013.
Two Locations:

  • St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY

  • The College of New Rochelle’s Westchester Campus in New Rochelle, NY (Extension Site)


Cost: $1,125 per credit
Apply: To apply online for the Summer 2013 Cohort click here. Applications are due March 1, 2013.
For more information on this program, please contact: 585-899-3852 or go to click here

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Doctoral Studies Seminar


This course provides candidates with an orientation to the program and the expectations and requirements for doctoral-level study. Candidates will refine their library research, concept development, and academic writing skills. Candidates will be exposed to doctoral-level research and various processes for developing research topics, conceptual frameworks, research ideas, and problem statements relevant to professional practice. Through reading, literature review, class discussion, reflection, and advisement, candidates will develop time management plans and other projects to guide the development of their field experiences and dissertation.

Dates: May 17 – August 24, 2013

Application Deadline: March 1, 2013

Two Locations:

  • St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY

  • The College of New Rochelle’s Westchester Campus in New Rochelle, NY (Extension Site)

Cost: $1,125 per credit (subject to change)

Contact Number: 585-899-3852

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Contemporary Issues Exec Leader


This course examines leadership theory in both historical and philosophical contexts. Candidates will explore major social, political, and cultural influences on the development of leadership theory and the impact of those influences on the practice of leadership. Candidates will analyze the various leadership theories in relation to their applicability to emerging needs of organizations in the 21st century. Candidates will identify a current issue/problem in an organization and construct a personal leadership theory and vision designed to advance a learning and service-centered organizational model.

Dates: May 17 – August 24, 2013

Application Deadline: March 1, 2013

Two Locations:

  • St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY

  • The College of New Rochelle’s Westchester Campus in New Rochelle, NY (Extension Site)

Cost: $1,125 per credit (subject to change)

Contact Number: 585-899-3852

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Research Methods & Design


This course is designed to provide candidates with an understanding of relevant research approaches in education, health, business, and other human service practices to inform decision-making and support organizational change. The course will provide an overview of research paradigms, the identification of researchable problems, and broadly survey research methods, including qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods approaches. In doing so, the course will explore issues around research ethics and consider the importance of ethics. Additionally, the course will explore how research literatures function as distinct genres with explicit and implicit codes of understanding. Candidates will share their developing understanding of research through oral presentations and literature reviews.

Dates: September 6 – December 7, 2013

Application Deadline: March 1, 2013

Two Locations:

  • St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY

  • The College of New Rochelle’s Westchester Campus in New Rochelle, NY (Extension Site)

Cost: $1,125 per credit (subject to change)

Contact Number: 585-899-3852

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Leadership & Cultural Change


Candidates will examine firsthand the strategies used by successful executive leaders in various organizational settings to effect organizational and cultural change. Candidates will review the strategies in the context of applicable research, methodologies, best practice, and real-world cases. Candidates will focus on the skills, knowledge, and dispositions required to build organizational leadership, capacity, coherence, and intelligence essential to the growth and long-term success of human systems.

Dates: September 6 – December 7, 2013

Application Deadline: March 1, 2013

Two Locations:

  • St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY

  • The College of New Rochelle’s Westchester Campus in New Rochelle, NY (Extension Site)

Cost: $1,125 per credit (subject to change)

Contact Number: 585-899-3852

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Field Experience I


Candidates will work with an executive mentor to develop a Field Experience Proposal that integrates the major themes and learning outcomes in DEXL 703 and 704, engages candidates in a practicum in an organizational setting, and supports achievement of the related dissertation milestone. Proposals must include the goals, objectives, and rationale for the experience; a description of the relationship between the proposal objectives and course learning outcomes; a list and schedule of the major activities that will result in a minimum of 50 documented field hours; and identification of the leadership standards to be addressed. The experience will culminate in a final written report, developed by each candidate, describing the experience, the outcomes achieved, and the standards met. The Field Experience Proposal must be approved by the executive mentor and instructor of record.

Dates: September 6 – December 7, 2013

Application Deadline: March 1, 2013

Two Locations:

  • St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY

  • The College of New Rochelle’s Westchester Campus in New Rochelle, NY (Extension Site)

Cost: $1,125 per credit (subject to change)

Contact Number: 585-899-3852

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Applied & Action Research


This course explores action research and the associated theories, methodologies, and practices that have been used by successful transformational leaders to achieve organizational change. Candidates will examine the basic tenets of action research, including action research and organizational improvement models; the components of a literature review; strategies for organizational data collection, analysis, and interpretation. The course will also describe skills pertinent to identifying organizational problems and strategies for improvement through systematic inquiry and reflection. The course also explores the identification and application of a theory in relation to each candidate's research problem.

Dates: January 17 – April 26, 2014

Application Deadline: March 1, 2013

Two Locations:

  • St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY

  • The College of New Rochelle’s Westchester Campus in New Rochelle, NY (Extension Site)

Cost: $1,125 per credit (subject to change)

Contact Number: 585-899-3852

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Quality & Quantity Methods


This course provides an overview of qualitative and quantitative research methods including their history, traditions, conceptual frameworks, and justifications. Candidates will examine the two approaches to determine distinctions, similarities, practical utility, and problems in the collecting, managing, analyzing, and reporting of qualitative and quantitative data. Candidates also will focus on the distinction between data and evidence, the technical approaches and applications used to determine data validity and reliability, and the substantiating of evidence within the context of research and organizational outcomes. The course project will be aligned with the requirements for Part I of the Comprehensive Exam.

Dates: January 17 – April 26, 2014

Application Deadline: March 1, 2013

Two Locations:

  • St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY

  • The College of New Rochelle’s Westchester Campus in New Rochelle, NY (Extension Site)

Cost: $1,125 per credit (subject to change)

Contact Number: 585-899-3852

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Public & Human Relations


This course examines public and human relations in the context of various private and non-profit organizations using a case study method. The course will have a particular focus on the relationship between community organizations serving children and families. Candidates will examine the potential use of public and human relation strategies to improve connections between education and healthcare, social services, business, and other public and human service sectors. The course will also expose candidates to effective leadership strategies and best practices designed to improve organizational performance. Topics will include internal and external communications; partnerships with diverse organizations and audiences; strategic planning and marketing communications; crisis communication and management; media and public relations; public imaging; creative leadership; and public relations research and evaluation.

Dates: May 16 – August 23, 2014

Application Deadline: March 1, 2013

Two Locations:

  • St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY

  • The College of New Rochelle’s Westchester Campus in New Rochelle, NY (Extension Site)

Cost: $1,125 per credit (subject to change)

Contact Number: 585-899-3852

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Assessing, Evaluating & Organizational Improvement


This course introduces candidates to the field of program evaluation. Candidates will review evaluation approaches; examine political and interpersonal relationships with key stakeholders; study methods of data collection and analysis; and review strategies for reporting results. The course also explores the nature of the relationship between an organization's vision, mission, and goals; strategic planning process; and specific program outcome measures. The course project will be aligned with the requirements for Part II of the Comprehensive Exam.

Dates: May 16 – August 23, 2014

Application Deadline: March 1, 2013

Two Locations:

  • St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY

  • The College of New Rochelle’s Westchester Campus in New Rochelle, NY (Extension Site)

Cost: $1,125 per credit (subject to change)

Contact Number: 585-899-3852

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HR Development & Continuous Improvement


This course examines key theories, systems, contemporary issues and innovative practices in human resource development and performance. The course will explore these various elements through a human capital strategy that focuses on leadership, organizational culture and continuous organizational improvement. Candidates will identify and analyze complex problems and issues in various organizational settings, and the implications for continuous improvement within a human capital framework. Candidates also will apply various aspects of human resource development and human capital strategies within the context of applicable research, methodologies, best practice, and real-world cases.

Dates: Spring 2015 (TBD)

Application Deadline: March 1, 2013

Two Locations:

  • St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY

  • The College of New Rochelle’s Westchester Campus in New Rochelle, NY (Extension Site)

Cost: $1,125 per credit (subject to change)

Contact Number: 585-899-3852
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