Course List – The Advanced Series

These advanced courses are ideal for supervisors and managers who have mastered the fundamentals (see The Launch Series) and who want to improve their management and leadership effectiveness. We are adding more on a regular schedule, so be sure to check back often.

According to various studies, women face a variety of challenges that hinder their desire to reach leadership positions. In this course, we’ll take a look at those challenges, but more importantly, we’ll look at how women can maximize their strengths and build their skills to become effective leaders in any organization.

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Upon completion of this course, you’ll be able to:
- Identify the principles of influence and persuasion.
- List skills needed to build rapport and develop genuine relationships.
- Recognize differences in communication styles.
- Identify ways to tailor your communication style to increase your influence with others.

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Picture a workplace where mistrust is the norm, employees are concerned with protecting their reputations, and teams seek to defend their “turf” and often fail to keep their promises. A Gallup poll estimates that the cost of lost productivity from unaccountable and disengaged employees is between $287 and $370 billion per year.
Now, picture a workplace where trust is unquestioned, commitments are clear, personal responsibility is high, people take ownership of problems, and mistakes are treated as opportunities to improve rather than reasons to blame. This is a culture of accountability—the cornerstone of a positive work environment.
This course will help you gain a better understanding of accountability and overcome the challenges associated with creating a culture of ownership and responsibility.

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Setting your priorities and then managing your time so that these priorities get the attention they deserve is critical to your success as a manager and leader. In this course, you will work on identifying your priorities, examine your current use of your time, and establish concrete plans for personal change in how you apply what you learn.

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