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Leadership Through People Skills (LTPS)LTPS

Learn how to be persuasive, gain commitment, and get results from your coworkers. Leadership Through People Skills (LTPS) will teach you the practical skills needed to manage.

LTPS is an intensive, five-day learning experience that transforms managers into leaders by creating the skills necessary to meet today's business challenges and turn vision into reality. Click here to view the full program brochure.

2014: July 7-11 or 21-25; August 4-8 or 11-15; October 20-24

Non-Credit Online Payment 

Required Team Informational Form (for both credit and non-credit LTPS participants)

 


Executive Presence & Communication

Date: June 10, 2014

Time: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30p.m.

An interactive and fast-paced group experience that will introduce key concepts on how to look and sound like a leader. Participants will learn the impact your image has on your audience, techniques to exude power and confidence and to persuade and influence through nonverbal communication. This session will build on your own communication and dialogue strengths and identify areas for improvement.  Participants will also learn the art of commanding a room and maximizing your credibility, as well as how to effectively connect with others to leave a positive and lasting impression.

Dardis Communications

Objectives:

  • Learn the key components of executive presence
  • Learn how to look like a leader, sound like a leader, and convey confidence
  • Learn why and how to dress "one notch" above your audience
  • Uncover skills and techniques to create instant rapport as a leader

Cost is $599 per person, which includes a light breakfast, lunch, afternoon snacks, beverages, and all materials.

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St. Ambrose & Notre Dame Supervisory Certificate Program

Dates to be announced

If you work as a supervisor, manager, or team leader, you understand just how important effective management skills are to individual and organizational productivity.

St. Ambrose University has partnered with Notre Dame to provide a two-day Supervisory Certificate program designed to increase your effectiveness as a supervisor and impart practical new skills in the areas of management, resource allocation, and employee development. Appropriate for both new and existing supervisors wanting to update and refine their skills.