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March 27, 2020

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Hertie School of Governance
This course introduces participants to the available tools for settling international conflicts and examines their effectiveness in the context of contemporary conflict settings. Most currently-available conflict management tools were developed in the wake of the Second World War, in an...
Mar 27—28, 2020
2 days in Berlin, Germany
1,871 USD
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School of Continuing Studies
Using practical and understandable real-world examples, students will be introduced to tools and methods to effectively analyze and interpret financial Emphasis is placed on the effectiveness of modeling and visualizing data in guiding managerial decision-making. Students will study and...
Mar 27—Apr 4, 2020
4 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,055 USD
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UNC School of Government
Did you know that emotional intelligence is a better predictor of workplace effectiveness than IQ is? And it's up to 5 times as important when you compare people within the same career? When you think about what behaviors characterized your most effective and least effective bosses, you probably...
Mar 27, 2020
1 day in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States
485 USD
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Fitch Learning
This course provides a comprehensive, non-mathematical introduction to the key elements of investment management. Key Learning Outcomes: Understand what institutional investors are and how they operate Identify the characteristics of the principal asset classes Identify and...
Mar 27, 2020
1 day in New York, New York, United States
Hertie School of Governance
The successful management of transformation and innovation projects – in the context of mobility, smart cities, energy transformation and digital society, for example – requires a complex mix of project management, process design, policy planning and strategy skills, as well as an understanding...
Mar 27—28, 2020
2 days in Berlin, Germany
1,871 USD
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School of Continuing Studies
Machine learning can classically be summarized with two methodologies: supervised and unsupervised learning. In supervised learning, the “correct answers” are annotated ahead of time and the algorithm tries to fit a decision space based on those answers. In unsupervised learning, algorithms try...
Mar 27—Apr 4, 2020
4 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,249 USD
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Schulich Executive Learning Centre
Distribution Centre Operations Applying modern and effective DC techniques you can use now. Design distribution centre operations to meet the demands of your customers and your business Balance space, labour and equipment for higher customer service and efficiency Harness important...
Mar 27—28, 2020
2 days in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
1,855 USD
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School of Continuing Studies
The emphasis of the course will be on the skills and knowledge needed to successfully manage an organization. This course is especially useful for those newly promoted to supervisory and managerial positions within the private, public, or federal sector. Prior to the first class, participants...
Mar 27—Apr 4, 2020
4 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,055 USD
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IMS
You may not be as influential as you think you are! Most of us believe if we know our topic or if we feel good we must be good. One of the biggest mistakes we make is assuming how we feel determines how others perceive us. This session will give you the opportunity to take a closer look at...
Mar 27, 2020
1 day in Kansas City, Missouri, United States
475 USD
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Management Concepts
Statements on how organizations will meet cost share requirements and report program income in their grant application are often optimistic. Yet more than 2,000 entities have received match and program Single Audit findings since 2014. You will share best practices on managing costshare and...
Mar 27, 2020
1 day in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
Ethics training for Federal agency grants personnel is not only vital to effectively monitoring awards, but is also required by law. The Office of Government Ethics requires Federal agencies to provide annual ethics training for all employees. You will go beyond standard ethics training and learn...
Mar 27, 2020
1 day in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
The Chartered Institute of Marketing
Negotiation is a key work and life skill. It takes place with external companies and customers as well as internally with peers, bosses and project teams. Getting better results in terms of timelines, price or quality all contribute to bottom line profitability. This course will enable...
Mar 27, 2020
1 day in London, United Kingdom
Management Concepts
Grant managers should understand how 2 CFR 200 relates to their organization’s procurement standards when buying goods and services with Federal grant dollars. They also need to be able to manage the purchasing process consistently, from issuing requests for proposals through contract closeout to...
Mar 27, 2020
1 day in Washington, District of Columbia, United States

Online courses

INSEAD Business School
Driving the gender diversity agenda Achieving gender balance is a top priority for most organisations today. The importance placed on this goal comes partly from the recognition that increased diversity can drive organisational performance, and partly from policy makers, activists and the...
Mar 27, 2020
Online course
1,660 USD
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Dale Carnegie Training
This module explores the internal and external factors that drive change and how change impacts the organization and its people. Explore a model for change to set the right things in motion the right way, and avoid pitfalls while navigating the team through uncertain times. This module will make...
Mar 27, 2020
Online course
Dale Carnegie Training
Have you ever been introduced to someone, and forgotten their name by the time you finished shaking hands? This online webinar will stop that habit in its tracks! Remembering names is the first step in strengthening your interpersonal skills and building long lasting business relationships. ...
Mar 27, 2020
Online course
Dale Carnegie Training
Successful organizational leadership requires being able to maintain control without intimidating others to the point where they are reluctant to act. To gain the respect of your team members, you need to be approachable and receptive. Using Dale Carnegie’s principles, this course develops your...
Mar 27, 2020
Online course
Dale Carnegie Training
Effective sales professionals can recognize, accurately interpret, and respond appropriately to these signals. Often customers seem convinced that our solution can help them, yet they hesitate to commit. This course helps sales professionals create a sense of urgency by truly understanding the...
Mar 27, 2020
Online course