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Grounded in the research of Dr. Brene Brown, Dare to Lead? is a program rooted in empirical evidence for cultivating courage among professionals. Driven by Brene's latest research, it unveils courage as a teachable, measurable, and observable collection of four skill sets. Embark on this experiential course to foster your courage and evolve as a leader.


April 5, 2024 to May 10, 2024, RTEC 218
Our strengths directly correspond to what we love to do most and what we do best. When we have a deep understanding of our strengths we open doors of possibility, leading us to more fulfilling work. This highly interactive, fun and eye-opening workshop will give you an in-depth understanding of your own personal strengths and provide opportunities for you to collaborate with others with different strengths. Participants will complete the StrengthsFinder 2.0 assessment prior to this class.


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This 3-hour program is designed to help leaders with or without authority, improve engagement, productivity, and profitability by creating an environment where people thrive individually and collectively, personally and professionally.Throughout the program, participants will delve into various aspects including how visionary leadership can infuse vitality into their workplaces, the efficacy of coaching leadership in fostering employee engagement, and techniques for exerting influence even in the absence of formal authority.


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What is leadership and why is it important? How does a leader encourage change without triggering fearful resistance? What are the key elements to leading an effective team? What is the role of charisma in leadership? How can a leader achieve work-life balance? These courses address all of these questions and many more.


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Choose from a range of online courses designed for the experienced manager as well as those who are new to management. Get a head start on managing issues correctly and professionally with less stress and fewer negative organizational circumstances.


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Make your transition from peer to supervisor successful. Being promoted to a role supervising your former peers is one of the most difficult transitions to make in your career. Learn how to develop agreements to hold yourself and others accountable, build your team, address poor performance, set goals, and support your organization.


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