- Duration: 16 hours
This live online training course is offered by a collaboration of Minnesota State colleges.
Every day, leaders make decisions and base action on a personal set of assumptions, unknown values and “gut instinct.” Understanding the why and how of those assumptions—and how to handle them—can result in better leadership.
The 21st Century Leadership Program provides new and experienced leaders with the opportunity to delve into why they lead the way they do and how best to leverage their natural styles. The program offers a stimulating and challenging learning environment that invites participants to learn how to exercise leadership with more courage, mindfulness, skill and effectiveness.
- Role of the Leader in the 21st Century
- Claiming Your Value
- Self-awareness: The Mindful Leader
- Building Your Communication Skills
- Communicating Effectively with Your Team
- Teamwork & Collaboration
- Motivating & Engaging Others
- Managing Performance
About The Instructor:
Dr. Tom Moore is a leadership development and operational excellence consultant, trainer, and coach. He holds a Ph.D. in Human Organizational Systems and several certifications including MSSC Certified Production Technician and Six Sigma Black Belt. Tom has 30+ years of leadership expertise in the areas of operations, manufacturing, continuous improvement, training and leadership development.
Click here to download the Student Manual. This manual contains important information on how to access your live virtual classroom, textbooks and materials you will need for class, and other pertinent information that you should review prior to the first class. Virtual classroom connection information will be emailed to each student approximately 7 – 10 days prior to the course start date.
- High-speed internet
- Computer or Video Conferencing System with Webcam and Microphone (built-in or external)
You must use a webcam and microphone to engage and interact in the live virtual classes. Please keep your microphone muted when you are not participating in class discussion.