Dates :: September 18 - December 4, 2014 (modules held every two weeks)
Times :: 12:15 pm - 4:30 pm each day
Class Size Limit :: 20
Registration Fee :: $875
Location :: University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) campus
Colorado Springs, Colorado
* Register by August 1 for an early-bird discount of $50 off per participant
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Your managers can become strong leaders with this high-impact, high-quality workshop that provides the skills they need to bring out the best in people, teams, and your organization. This intensive workshop customized for the healthcare industry is facilitated by exceptional faculty with expertise in leadership, management and organizational development.
This 5-module program is tailored for healthcare professionals who have roles in supervision, management and leadership.
The program consists of five 3.5-hour modules, mostly spaced two weeks apart. Please see module overview, dates and times, and facilitators in the PDF brochure
APPLICATION OF LEARNING
In this program, a project is assigned which requires participants to apply what they have learned to their workplaces. The projects are designed to benefit the participants and the organizations they represent. Referring managers and supervisors are invited to final project presentations at the end of the program.
CEUs & CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion from the UCCS College of Business, and 1.75 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) from UCCS.
PROGRAM FEES INCLUDE
Module 1: Preparing to Lead
September 18 | 12:15 pm - 4:30 pm | Don Warrick, DBA
Module 2: Working with People
October 2 | 12:15 pm - 4:30 pm | Laurie Kennedy, MBA
Module 3: Working with Teams
October 15 | 12:15 pm - 4:30 pm | Sally Von Breton, PhD & Jarla Ahlers, MSW
Module 4: Changing & Improving Organizations
October 30 | 12:15 pm - 4:30 pm | Ken Sylvester, PhD
Module 5: Capstone: Sharing of Projects & Graduation
December 4 | 12:15 pm - 4:30 pm | Harold Snowden, Med
"The classes were interesting, well presented, and engaging. The material was relevant and useful for those of us who are relatively new in leadership positions. The presenting faculty were knowledgeable and the presentations were professional. As much of the challenges of leadership have to do with personal interaction, there was useful material regarding communication and team building. Additionally the subject of organizational change was most interesting and potentially useful."
Contact the Office of
Professional & Executive
Shawna Rogers, Director