...inspiring managers and staff
The Leading Teams curriculum is designed to develop the skills of more experienced leaders who have two or more organizational levels reporting to them, as well as of professional individual contributors who have a broad scope of responsibility.
Designed with your learning needs in mind, we offer two approaches to the curriculum:
1. Want to learn with others like you? Stay tuned for a program launching in the near future that brings together people with similar development needs from all over the university to go through a series of classes as a group. You’ll meet on a regular basis and build relationships while you learn.
2. Want to learn at your own pace? Take advantage of individual learning opportunities that help support your development and your career goals. We offer open enrollment sessions each semester and summer. You pick and choose what is best for you. Current course offerings are listed below. Please check back each semester for new offerings.
- Smart Risk Taking -- August 21, 2013, 1:00 p.m. -5:00 p.m. at 2400 Old Ivy Road Room 189.
In this class, participants assess their own risk taking tendencies. Those who tend to avoid risk learn to remain open to opportunities. Those who seek risk learn to avoid exposing themselves and their organizations to unnecessary vulnerability. By embracing both decision theory and human behavior, this class provides a systematic framework designed to help decision makers better manage risky decisions.
Contact: JoEllen Wilkins, Leadership Development Center, email@example.com, 434.924.1197
- Courses Summer 2013
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- Orientation Programs
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