Successful managers and business owners do more than manage functions; they lead people, design and define strategies, and achieve results. Lead and Innovate for High Performance is a practical and action-oriented program to develop leadership skills. It incorporates hands-on exercises; real-world case studies; and a dynamic, web-based business simulation. Lead and Innovate for High Performance showcases the expertise, talents, and experience of the participants by engaging you in discussions and networking opportunities with other organizational leaders and faculty. For more details, visit Lead and Innovate for High Performance.
This introduction to the basics of leadership is idea for new supervisors and team leads. You can take all six workshops for a well-rounded foundation or pick the specific workshops that address your biggest challenges. Take a minimum of four workshops and receive a Boise State Certificate in Supervision Foundations. For more details, visit Foundations in Supervision.
Increase productivity, improve employee performance, and enhance business interactions through effective supervision. This training program provides managers with practical tools to improve the performance of their units now. View the Applied Leadership program page for details.
Get the most out of your training dollars with just-in-time training that is topic-focused, of short duration, and modestly priced with high value. View the Power Pack Series page for details.
In this hands-on, interactive session, you will learn what your temperament preferences are and how those preferences impact how you communicate, learn, organize your life, and make decisions. You'll gain tips for reducing conflict and interacting successfully with others whose styles may differ from yours. Get registered for this course, visit Personality Styles in the Workplace.
Start thinking about methods that will help you maximize and prioritize your time. Typically in today's dynamic workplace, you are faced with multiple responsibilities. Since you cannot lengthen the day, you must master and adopt proven time management skills. Visit Time Management Solutions for more information.
Non-finance managers now have available basic courses in accounting, finance and cost accounting for an understanding of financial planning, management and budgeting tools. If you'd like more information about these courses, visit Accounting and Finance Courses.
Center for Professional Development, 220 E. Parkcenter Blvd., Boise, ID 83706-3940
Phone: (208) 426-1709
Reviewed: July 12, 2012