Leadership and Management

Leadership and Management
Course Number: MT-1000 Tuition: $125
Classroom course offered in two three-hour evening sessions, usually in October and February. Online course offered every month throughout the year about
mid-month each month.

This course is designed to understand the differences between management skills and leadership skills and explore how they both are essential to effectively handle your professional responsibilities and make decisions. You will determine priorities, explore management challenges, assess professional work styles, understand the importance of delegating, learn how to give positive reinforcement and develop strategies for a proactive management style. During this course, you will learn to identify personal values and set effective business goals, recognize the difference between bullying and managing and develop new strategies for more effective management of people. 6 CEUs

Instructor: Bruce Chalnick has 35 years of experience in Human Resources Management and Personnel Administration. He has worked for some of the most prestigious companies within their respective fields. His industry experience includes Retail, Insurance, Financial Services, Chemical Manufacturing and Consulting. He has been responsible for the day-to-day operations of the entire Human Resource functions for the last 25 years and has particular expertise in HR Administration, Employment law, Benefits design, Management Training and Development and Policy Development.

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