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Penn State University

Developing Managerial Effectiveness


http://www.smeal.psu.edu/psep/events/copy_of_developing-managerial-effectiveness
This program guides managers to a better understanding of their contribution to the overall success of the organization. Participants develop an integrated approach to strategic, financial, and performance management. You will hone personal leadership, decision-making, and influence skills while maximizing the use of management systems to improve the overall success of your organization. This program is designed for managers who are directly responsible for the performance of a business unit or department as well as functional managers and those who lead in a matrix organization.
Dates: April 21-26, 2013; October 20–25, 2013

Fee: $5,750

Location: University Park, PA

Contact: 1-800-311-6364 or psep@psu.edu

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Regis University


Bachelor of Arts in Social Science


http://cps.regis.edu/degrees-bachelors-social-science.php

Regis University's Bachelor of Arts in Social Science degree prepares career-oriented adults and professionals for a variety of fields that center on the social aspects of human behavior, promoting community involvement and leadership. The degree is designed to facilitate an understanding of the sociological perspectives of social groups and social interaction, qualitative and quantitative research methods, the foundations of ethical judgment, and world economic issues



Courses: For course descriptions, click here.

Dates: For the Fall 2012-Spring 2014 schedule, click here http://cps.regis.edu/degrees-bachelors-social-science.php

Location: Classroom based

Cost: $410/ per credit

Apply: To apply online click here
For more information on this program, please contact: 800-944-7667 or go to http://cps.regis.edu/degrees-bachelors-social-science.php

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Conflict Management


http://cps.regis.edu/certificates-bachelors.php#shss

The skill to constructively manage the inevitable conflicts that arise in the workplace is in high demand. This certificate benefits people who wish to become more proficient in negotiating, mediating disputes, and developing solutions to difficult problems.

In this certificate program, managers in any industry as well as people employed in human resource and customer service departments, nonprofit organizations, community and church groups, or industries undergoing changes will develop a basic set of conflict–management skills. Those who wish to become conflict management practitioners can use this certificate as a base from which to take further coursework.

Requirements: 15 Credit Hours


  • COM 310  Interpersonal Communication (3 Credit Hours)

  • COM 408/BA 411  Conflict Management (3 Credit Hours)

  • COM 466/BA 466  Negotiation (3 Credit Hours)

  • COM 420  Mediation (3 Credit Hours)

  • COM 470  Problem Solving and Decision Making (3 Credit Hours)

Courses: For course descriptions, click here.

Dates: For the Spring 2013 - Spring 2014 schedule, click here http://cps.regis.edu/degrees-bachelors-social-science.php

Location: Classroom based

Cost: $410/ per credit

Apply: To apply online click here
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For more information on this program, please contact: 800-944-7667 or go to http://cps.regis.edu/certificates-bachelors.php#shss

Rice University

Leading and Managing High Performing Teams


http://business.rice.edu/OpenEnrollmentPrograms/

Teams can be a success story or a nightmare. Good teams harness the creative energy of many people into a single dynamic force. Ineffective teams are hampered by internal conflict and poor decision-making. Learn how to avoid these pitfalls by analyzing the characteristics of high-performing teams. Understand preferences of individual team members and how those preferences affect larger team dynamics. Discover techniques to successfully organize teams, create organizational enablers, guide teams through conflict, promote positive action, and derive successful outcomes.



Dates: November 29 – 29, 2013; April 16 – 17, 2013

Application Deadline: October 29, 2013; March 16, 2013

Costs: $2,500 USD

Contact Number: 713.348.6060
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Rollins College

Crummer Management Program-MiniMBA


http://www.rollins.edu/execed/mini-mba/index.html
An eighteen-week Mini-MBA™ program tailored to professionals seeking new management skills and tools to competitively succeed and lead in an uncertain world. As a participant in this program, you can look forward to engaging peer discussions, readings, and problem-solving led by faculty from the business school ranked #1 in Florida by Forbes.  Learn more about the Crummer Management Program – Mini-MBA™.

This program is perfect for experienced managers, high potential managers, and anyone needing to make business decisions but lacking a formal business background. It is also an excellent introduction to graduate education for anyone considering a masters in business administration. 


Dates: January 15 – May 14, 2013 (registration deadline is January 2, 2013)

Times: Tuesday evenings, 6:30-9:30pm (Attendance is required at 80% of the program's class sessions to receive certificate. Missed classes may be attended the following semester to complete the certificate requirements. 

Location: Rollins College



Cost: $3,250 per person for the entire 54-hour program; $220 per class session for individual program modules.
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Leveraging Conflict for Positive Results


http://www.rollins.edu/execed/evening-workshops/leveraging-conflict-for-positive-results/index.html

Got conflict? Of course you do. Conflict is inevitable in organizations. The key is what you and other leaders do with it. Differing ideas, approaches, expectations, and opinions often lead to on-going conflict, strained relationships, decline in performance, and project derailment. What many leaders and organizations fail to grasp is that not all conflict is negative, painful or unpleasant. Harnessing the power of conflict can and should become a competitive advantage.


This workshop provides an approach to dealing with conflict that emphasizes perspective taking, long-term relationships, and lasting agreements. Participants are challenged to assess the ways they typically respond to conflict and learn strategies for successfully modifying their behaviors for increased effectiveness.
Date: February 5, 2013 (6:30pm-9:30pm)

Location: Rollins College, Crummar Graduate School of Business Bush Executive Center

Fees: $230


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Smith College



Executive Education for Women
Smith College Executive Education offers a portfolio of programs to develop and advance women leaders at all levels of the organization. Our programs are designed to accelerate leadership development. We are not a business school but rather a leadership center at Smith College, one of the largest and most prestigious women’s institutions in the world. Organizations and individuals come to us for our expertise in:


  • creating the optimal environment for women’s development and networking

  • designing programs based on a consultative process with client organizations

  • vetting faculty and thought leaders from business schools and consultancies around the world to deliver on identified needs and program objectives

In addition to providing a well-rounded curriculum that includes topics in corporate strategy, finance, negotiation and multicultural team development, Smith’s Executive Education programs include a strategic blend of current issues facing women in business including self-reflection, wellness, and the pursuit of an integrated and balanced life that enhances leadership capacity. At Smith, we emphasize a holistic approach to leadership development and support women to take more risks, stretch themselves, realize their strengths, and become strong, courageous leaders with vision.


Our custom programs are designed to help organizations develop, advance, and retain their women leaders. Custom programs also include coeducational sessions that address gender dynamics and corporate culture and bring value to the enterprise through increased awareness, understanding and positive change.
Programs and Course Descriptions

www.smith.edu/execed

For more than 35 years, Smith College Executive Education has empowered high potential women leaders to become extraordinary leaders with vision.



FromSpecialisttoStrategistforWomeninScience, TechnologyandEngineering


http://www.smith.edu/execed/?q=programs/specialist-strategist

Provides emerging managers a solid understanding of business and leadership fundamentals.


Program Date: June 2 – 7, 2013

Program Tuition: $7,300

Apply: leadership@smith.edu
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Smith-TuckGlobalLeadersProgramforWomen


http://www.smith.edu/execed/?q=programs/smith-tuck-global-leaders

Brings together senior-level executives to explore key transformations in becoming global leaders.


Program Date: June 17-21, 2013

Program Tuition: $9,750

Apply: leadership@smith.edu


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Directing InnovationforWomeninScience, TechnologyandEngineering


http://www.smith.edu/execed/?q=programs/directing-innovation

Offers director-level executives a curriculum focused on driving innovation across functions and beyond borders.



Program Date: March 17-21, 2014

Program Tuition: TBA

Apply: leadership@smith.edu
For more information, please contact: 413-585-2583, leadership@smith.edu
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