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Course Detail: BUS670 - Leadership Development, Track I: Self Mastery and Success

"Leaders must be close enough to relate to others, but far enough ahead to motivate them." -- John C. Maxwell

This comprehensive approach to developing leaders is adaptable to the needs of any organization and features three tracks developed specifically for team leaders, front-line managers, mid-level managers, and emerging leaders.

DiSC Assessment
October 6, 9am-12pm

Learn how to recognize primary interactive styles and how to increase managerial effectiveness by adapting behaviors to complement other behavioral style. Improve work productivity, teamwork and communication. Includes individual DiSC assessment.

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Emotional Intelligence
October 6, 1-4pm

The first step in developing potential is to know and manage yourself well. Workers with high EI are better able to work in teams, adjust to change and be flexible. This course will expose learners to the breadth of research and theories on developing Emotional Intelligence. Self evaluation and creative techniques for better managing emotional responses to people and situations will be discussed and applied.

Success IQ
October 20, 9am-12pm

Learn balance, achieve success. Explore Robert Sternberg's theory of Successful Intelligence thinking: analytical (abstract thought processing), creative (new ideas), and practical (practical solutions to real problems).

♦ "Successfully intelligent people define problems correctly and solve those problems that really confront them, rather than extraneous ones. In this way, the same problems don't keep coming back into their lives. They also make the effort to decide which problems are worth solving, in the first place, and which aren't."

♦ "Successfully intelligent people carefully formulate strategies for problem solving. In particular, they focus on long-range planning rather than rushing in and then later having to rethink their strategies."

Leadership 101: The Basics
October 20, 1-4pm

Leadership is much more than a title or a position. Great leaders achieve success like professionals in other endeavors like medicine, sports, or engineering: They pay attention to fundamentals. Fundamentals are the foundation upon which greatness is achieved. Learn and discuss techniques to influence change and those responsible for it. As diverse and dynamic as leadership may be, it is an indispensable skill for optimal business success.

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Take all three tracks to earn the certificate.

Leadership Development, Track II: Leading Others

Leadership Development, Track III: Leading Teams

 Session Detail:  17FBUS670
Schedule: Every week on Friday, starting on 10/06/17 and ending on 10/20/17 (excluding 10/13/17)
Times: 09:00am - 04:00pm
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Price: Registration : $475.00

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Rebecca Spuller
Rebecca Spuller
Biography: With more than 16 years working for Fortune 500 companies as well as for small, privately owned businesses, Rebecca Spuller has extensive experience in a variety of HR functions including labor relations, facilitation and training, recruiting, talent management and organizational development. She is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), as well as the local Northeast Indiana Human Resource Association chapter of SHRM. Rebecca obtained a bachelor's degree in General Studies, minoring in both Labor Studies and Organizational Leadership & Supervision from IPFW, as well as a master's degree in Psychology from Southern New Hampshire University, focusing on Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Rebecca holds a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) accreditation from the Human Resource Certification Institute as well as a Senior Certified Professional designation through SHRM (SHRM-SCP). Rebecca Spuller
E. Jake Gamble
E. Jake Gamble
Biography: E. Jake Gamble has risen through the professional ranks to become a high-profile college professor, corporate trainer, executive coach, and entrepreneur. He is the founder and owner of Leadership Support Services, LLC, specializing in leadership training, organizational culture, and strategic change. Jake holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Criminal Justice and a Master's Degree in Management from Indiana Wesleyan University. He also serves as an adjunct professor for Indiana Tech and Ivy Tech Community College. Jake works closely with IPFW's Division of Training Outreach and Division of Continuing Studies. E. Jake Gamble
Elizabeth Keller
Elizabeth Keller
Assistant Professor of English
Biography: Elizabeth (Beth) Keller is a graduate of the Rhetoric & Writing doctoral program at Michigan State University, and an Assistant Professor of English in the Department of English and Linguistics at IPFW. Dr. Keller teaches classes on project management, rhetorical theory, and professional writing and technical communication. Her research interests are in mentoring as a rhetorical practice, workplace writing, and learning theory. Currently, Dr. Keller is finishing her book manuscript titled Rhetorical Strategies for Professional Development: Investment Mentoring in Classrooms and Workplaces, which will be available through Routledge in Fall 2018. Elizabeth Keller

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