Leadership and Team Development
Succeeding in today’s competitive workplace requires innovation, determination, and vision, but just as importantly, leaders who can harness these energies through teamwork into quantifiable results. Whether in the corporate, academic, public, or nonprofit sector, leadership skills and training are in more demand than ever, and the Certificate in Leadership and Team Development provides a timely and cost-effective way to develop these vital skills.
Class meetings are held via Zoom on Tuesdays at 6 pm. Classes begin on February 15 and end on May 10th. No class meeting on Tuesday March 15, 2022. Deadline to enroll in this course is Tuesday, February 8, 2022.
- Culture-driven vision, mission and value propositions
- Communication tools that will help you build consensus and push agendas forward
- Strategies to positively influence those around you without relying on “command and control” methods
- Key personal development methods to help you grow in your resilience, emotional intelligence and executive presence
- Trust, Conflict and The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
- Team of High-Performance Teams
Leadership Development: Special Topics
Through the lens of the Positive Leadership Model, this Leadership Development course will deep dive into a variety of special topics related to being a strong leader.
- Difficult Conversations and NVC
- Productivity, Planning, Covey Quadrant Two and Behavior Change
- The Four Areas of Talent Management and Employee Engagement
- How to Run a Talent Summit
- Objectivity, Critical Thinking, Decisions and Problem Solving
- Trust, Culture, Connection, Flexibility in Hybrid/Remote Environments
- Presentation Skills
- Career Coaching
- Student Special Requests
Each topic will take one or four weeks to cover.
Instructor(s):Kimberly Hill Putman
Professional Certified Coach (PCC)
“The Leadership and Team Development program would not just benefit individuals with experience in management who want to improve their leadership skills but also those beginning their careers who aspire to become future leaders. Even individuals who want to become effective leaders in their communities, promoting collaboration of others, would find this program extremely useful.”
— Angelle Carbone
“Kimberly Putman is naturally compelling and intuitively sparks enthusiasm for learning. Kimberly used a variety of methods to deliver the course material which not only accommodated students’ differing learning characteristics but also kept them energized and interested.”
— Susy Carcamo-Rowe