November 17, 2022

Offline courses

International institute of management in technology
The course on Competitiveness – organized in collaboration with the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness led by Michael Porter (Harvard Business School) – focuses on the main drivers of competitiveness and how to strengthen the competitiveness of a company. New developments of firms...
Nov 17—18, 2022
2 days in Fribourg, Switzerland
1,593 USD
1 more date
Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education
In times of financial crisis, rapidly changing business contexts, and globalised work, managers depend more than ever on their subordinates to get results. Employees may thus represent both a key resource and a liability for managerial success. Tapping the full potential of employees, however,...
Nov 17—18, 2022
2 days in Cambridge, United Kingdom
4,296 USD
3 more dates
Management Concepts
Don’t let your day-to-day responsibilities stifle you! In difficult projects, innovation can flourish when you generate ideas or gain support from stakeholders, balancing your tactical thinking and creative thinking. Not only will you practice a variety of techniques to access creative...
Nov 17—18, 2022
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
Persuasive speaking is a popular form of speech aimed to convince, incite action, or enhance belief by the audience on a certain point of view. In this experiential course, you will be introduced to persuasive speaking, discover strategies for audience analysis, and learn techniques to...
Nov 17—18, 2022
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
The standards contained in the Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board (FASAB) provide Federal financial managers and accounting personnel the historical context to effectively carry out their responsibilities. You will develop the foundational knowledge to ensure your organization complies...
Nov 17—18, 2022
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
Successful performance audits establish precise objectives followed from investigation through the determination of corrective actions. You need to focus on these objectives throughout planning, field work, and reporting. You will gain an understanding of the importance of objectives to the audit...
Nov 17—18, 2022
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
Position management is indispensable to achieving an organization’s mission. You will learn best practices and strategies to overcome common position management challenges and how position management influences organizational success. You will also develop skills and tools for organizational...
Nov 17—18, 2022
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States

Online courses

The Knowledge Academy
Possession of this P3O® Practitioner certification will provide confirmation that a candidate has acquired the ability to design, implement, manage, and work within a P3O® model as well as contribute to decisive decision making. This P3O® training course is designed to equip candidates with...
Nov 17—18, 2022
Online course
3,995 USD
29 more dates
Management Concepts
Even experienced Contracting Officer’s Representatives (CORs) need to keep pace with the rapidly changing acquisition world. You will refresh your knowledge of COR duties and best practices while satisfying the requirements for maintenance training. From dealing with subcontracts to ethics in...
Nov 17, 2022
Online course
Management Concepts
You will develop working familiarity with a risk-based approach to monitoring, apply techniques for assessing recipients, and gain insight into potential problem areas in grants administration. These insights inform how you can ensure proper spending of Federal funds on approved activities. This...
Nov 17—18, 2022
Online course
Management Concepts
Participants will learn the current rules and regulations for temporary duty (TDY) travel for uniformed members, civilian employees, and other personnel traveling under orders from the Department of Defense (DoD). The rules for and use of the government travel card, per diem allowances, lodging,...
Nov 17—18, 2022
Online course
Management Concepts
A large part of the federal workforce is set to retire in the next five years and workers no longer expect to stay in the same job forever; thus, protecting mission critical positions is paramount to the success of the federal government. Not only will implementing succession planning ensure that...
Nov 17, 2022
Online course
Management Concepts
High performance and mission success depend heavily upon strategic partnerships between HR professionals and their customers. You will gain valuables skills in consulting, problem-solving, and negotiating to support these partnerships. You will learn how to create and implement HR policies,...
Nov 17—18, 2022
Online course
Management Concepts
One of the most important—and most difficult—things effective leaders do is engaging their team members. An effective leader promotes a workplace environment that supports adaptability, innovation, and growth. Through interactive discussions and exercises, you will learn to identify factors that...
Nov 17—18, 2022
Online course
Management Concepts
Talent acquisition is one of the most important components of organizational success. It drives staffing, recruitment, selection, placement, onboarding, and employee development. As an HR professional, you are tasked with applying strategic and tactical skills in recruiting and maintaining an...
Nov 17—18, 2022
Online course
Management Concepts
Correctly using Federally-appropriated funds to comply with relevant laws and regulations is a critical responsibility for Federal employees. Refreshing your knowledge of appropriations law basics and gaining a deeper understanding of the latest changes and developments can help ensure your...
Nov 17—18, 2022
Online course