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May 13, 2020

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Kenan-Flagler Business School
To truly lead is to touch the core of what connects and inspires us. Intentional Leadership® is a way of seeing, acting, and interacting that engages others to move forward into change and uncertainty and to contribute their talent, perspective, and passion toward a purpose greater than...
May 13—15, 2020
3 days in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States
5,600 USD
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Disney Institute
Enhance Your Work Culture, Improve Your Business Outcomes At Disney Institute, we believe engaged employees, performing at their best, have the greatest impact on outcomes. Everyone is important to a productive work culture—not just human resources professionals. Therefore, the sustained quality...
May 13, 2020
1 day in Orlando, Florida, United States
1,750 USD
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Imperial College Business School
Machine Learning and AI have been with us for longer than most of us would imagine – and well before banking apps, PFMs and chat bots were in all the news, but it’s only recently that their application and importance to banking and financial services has come to the fore. Whether it is back,...
May 13—15, 2020
3 days in London, United Kingdom
4,363 USD
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McCombs School of Business
Across industries, routine decisions and competitive strategies increasingly rely on data-driven business intelligence. Evaluate data-driven business intelligence challenges and tools, such as data mining and machine learning techniques. Apply data-driven intelligence to improve decisions and...
May 13—14, 2020
2 days in Austin, Texas, United States
2,950 USD
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ILR School
Designed as a continuum of LR201, Preparation for Collective Bargaining, participants will formulate a negotiation strategy and learn "at-the-table" best practices. Participants develop negotiation skills by participating in a full-day bargaining simulation. Bargaining plans, strategies, and...
May 13—14, 2020
2 days in New York, New York, United States
1,695 USD
2 more dates
Brookings Institution
Successful negotiation goes well beyond simple influence and persuasion. It requires a finely honed understanding of techniques that help you achieve win-win solutions. During the course, you learn the psychology and practice of effective negotiation; enhance the quality and logic of your...
May 13—14, 2020
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,995 USD
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Kellogg School of Management
Best Practices For the Contemporary Nonprofit Each nonprofit leader must think about how, why and who they intake as part of their workforce. Hiring right is the first and most crucial step in implementing strategic human resources management practices in nonprofit organizations. Guided by...
May 13—14, 2020
2 days in Chicago, Illinois, United States
1,150 USD
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Harvard Law School
Our Women’s Leadership Initiative for early to mid-stage partners is an immersive, case-based learning program, with field experience, coaching, and a capstone program allowing for reflection and synthesis of lessons learned to create plans for future impact. Women attorneys are significantly...
May 13—15, 2020
3 days in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
30,000 USD
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Brookings Institution
uccessful negotiation goes well beyond simple influence and persuasion. It requires a finely honed understanding of techniques that help you achieve win-win solutions. During the course, you learn the psychology and practice of effective negotiation; enhance the quality and logic of your...
May 13—14, 2020
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,995 USD
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Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education
To thrive in today’s volatile business environment requires organisations to systematically challenge assumptions, recognise the non-obvious, and generate alternatives their customers value. Indeed, organisations increasingly need to reinvigorate their business offerings with the agility typical...
May 13—15, 2020
3 days in Cambridge, United Kingdom
4,493 USD
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Management Concepts
Auditors, funders, and recipients need to understand how well Federal grants are managed and perform. Audits provide a mechanism for monitoring grants, ensuring that recipients meet financial and performance goals, and correct issues. You will build foundational knowledge of the audit process,...
May 13—14, 2020
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
The Federal Government spends over $80 billion on information technology (IT) each fiscal year—in support of national health, security, the economy, and more. Given this significant investment and the criticality of these IT systems, Federal agencies must carry out acquisitions in an effective...
May 13—15, 2020
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
Change is inevitable within organizations, but driving change within your organization can be difficult. Transition and transformation open new opportunities to lead because how you respond to change affects your team and coworkers. Through practical tools and techniques, get ahead of the change...
May 13—15, 2020
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,079 USD
8 more dates
Management Concepts
Leaders exist at all levels of an organization, and face challenges no matter their role. But with challenges come opportunities. Learn how to identify and seek out those opportunities, and use your strengths to communicate effectively, build relationships, and solve problems. Using real-world...
May 13—15, 2020
3 days in San Diego, California, United States
1,009 USD
37 more dates
Management Concepts
Coaching employees is one of the most challenging aspects of supervising. Helping them gain new insights and make effective decisions can empower them to improve competence and align their work with the organization’s mission. The Anytime Coaching model provides supervisors with approaches to...
May 13—15, 2020
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,079 USD
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USC Marshall School of Business
This highly-interactive online course immerses you in the foundation to analyze and approach negotiations for optimal results. USC Marshall School of Business, MBA professor Peter Kim, facilitates group exercises that illustrate the principles, techniques, strategies and countermeasures you need...
May 13—Jun 3, 2020
Online course
School of Hotel Administration
Based on the research and expertise of SHA's Professor Kate Walsh, Ph.D., this course will teach you how to diagnose your team's needs, set expectations for development, utilize conflict to augment change and continuously improve, and build team autonomy and ownership. Using tools provided in...
May 13, 2020
Online course
School of Hotel Administration
One of the challenges organizations face today is how to innovate. Innovation has become the modus operandi of organizational life. Every organization needs to innovate quickly to stay competitive. But what does “innovation” really mean? In simple terms, innovation is the practical application...
May 13, 2020
Online course
School of Hotel Administration
To be an effective leader, you must be able to articulate your thoughts and positions in a clear and concise manner. Professor Angela Noble-Grange of Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management draws on her own extensive experience as a speaker and communicator to guide students...
May 13, 2020
Online course
School of Hotel Administration
The sheer variety of sources and types of data that can aid in decision making are almost overwhelming. The key to making good use of the data lies in knowing what specifically to pay attention to, understanding the relationships and variables among the data, and making the right...
May 13, 2020
Online course
1,380 USD
23 more dates
School of Hotel Administration
Coaching is about building relationships—and it’s essential in order for your organization to move forward together to achieve better results. Being an effective coach requires skills that can be practiced and mastered, including listening, building credibility and trust, and showing empathy. In...
May 13, 2020
Online course
School of Hotel Administration
Managers who are seen practicing what they preach and following through on promises enjoy dramatically enhanced credibility and loyalty. They inspire workers to perform well and even to go beyond what is asked of them. Credibility is not all it takes to be successful, but no trust or meaningful...
May 13, 2020
Online course
School of Hotel Administration
Being able to negotiate is a practical, everyday skill that is critical for anyone working within an organization. The good news is it’s a skill you can practice and master. Negotiation skills are ones you can use in any context and, once you master the behaviors of effective negotiation, you...
May 13, 2020
Online course
School of Hotel Administration
All leadership is change leadership. Good leadership isn’t about stagnation; it’s about moving ahead. In this course, Professor Samuel Bacharach, Ph.D. of Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management explores the fundamental, practical skills that effective leaders have...
May 13, 2020
Online course
Management Concepts
Agile approaches to IT procurement have become more common in Federal acquisition. With guidance from the TechFAR Handbook and the Digital Services Playbook, you will learn the strategies for applying Agile practices and how to execute them in your own IT procurements. Real-world scenarios will...
May 13, 2020
Online course
School of Hotel Administration
In this course, you will create a strategy to turn a work group into a high-functioning team by evaluating challenges and applying techniques to generate positive team outcomes. Based on the research and expertise of Professor Kate Walsh, Ph.D., of Cornell University’s School of Hotel...
May 13, 2020
Online course
School of Hotel Administration
In this course, you will develop measures and standards of service quality, devise employee-related practices that improve learning and outcomes, and evaluate different approaches to process improvement, based on the research and expertise of SHA's Professor Rohit Verma, Ph.D. Using tools...
May 13, 2020
Online course
School of Hotel Administration
Leaders are responsible for encouraging the highest possible performance from their employees. Most leaders recognize that motivation is a key driver of high performance. Few leaders are skilled at choosing the right combination of approaches and tools to motivate all of their people. Cornell...
May 13, 2020
Online course
Management Concepts
Federal employees responsible for the administrative distribution of funds for their organization must understand the laws and procedures that guide the process. Implementing the policies outlined in Office of Managment and Budget (OMB) Circular A-11 and other relevant execution references...
May 13—15, 2020
Online course
School of Hotel Administration
In this course you will define and differentiate between leadership and management, develop a strategy for overcoming new leadership challenges, and evaluate motivational techniques and determine when to use them. You will also identify the skills needed to develop relationships crucial to your...
May 13, 2020
Online course
School of Hotel Administration
Leaders at every level need to be able to execute on their ideas. In virtually every case, this means that leaders need to be able to persuade others to join in this execution. In order to do so, understanding how to create and utilize power in an organization is critical. In this course,...
May 13, 2020
Online course
Management Concepts
Internal controls are integral to effective grants management. In order to conduct effective internal controls, grants managers need a foundational knowledge of Government Accountability Office (GAO) standards, risk management, and requirements outlined in 2 CFR 200. You will practice applying...
May 13—14, 2020
Online course
School of Hotel Administration
The ability to make effective and timely decisions is an essential skill for successful executives. Mastery of this skill influences all aspects of day-to-day operations as well as strategic planning. In this course, developed by Professor Robert Bloomfield, Ph.D. of Cornell University’s Johnson...
May 13, 2020
Online course
School of Hotel Administration
Leading across cultures is about adapting, communicating, thinking critically, and understanding your own biases. SHA's Dr. Jan Katz will help you explore the five key dimensions of cross-cultural leadership - Context, Risk, Linear vs. Parallel, Hierarchy, and Individualism vs. Collectivism....
May 13, 2020
Online course