ELM 100 / 101 / 400 – Leadership Mastery Certificate

Advanced Skill Building for Leadership Success

Moving a company, department or initiative forward takes a leader with raw talent supported by analytic, strategic, interpersonal and motivational skills focused on highest achievement - not only for themselves, but also for the people who work for them.

This certificate program provides a comprehensive study of the senior leadership skills required today, providing the participants with an opportunity to examine those skills through a practical business lens. Key topics are rooted in business fundamentals supplemented with the best practices of some of today’s top leaders.

Key Topics

  • Effective interpersonal communication skills to lead in an increasingly complex world
  • Setting strategic direction to achieve high-powered results with your team
  • Using metrics to set direction and support sound decision-making for your team
  • Developing political savvy to advance your career and advocate effectively for your team
  • Motivational leadership for today

This certificate program is designed for high potential and mid-level managers who are ready for the next level of leadership and are seeking career advancement or for professionals who have been targeted by their organizations for future executive leadership positions.

3.0 CEUs

Tuition $2,995

SCHEDULE

Winter Session

ELM101 Leadership Mastery Boot Camp  
Five sessions - One day per week for 5 weeks (Friday) 
March 3 - April 7, 2017 (No class on March 17th)
9 am - 4 pm  

 

Spring Session

ELM100 Leadership Mastery Certificate Program    
Five Weeks, two evenings per week, 10 sessions (Tuesday & Thursday)   
May 9 - June 8, 2017 
6 pm - 9 pm 

 

Online, Anytime

ELM 400  


For More Information

Please contact Amy Grant
Assistant Director
Phone: 401-232-6203
E-mail: agrant2@bryant.edu

Customize This Program and Cut Costs
Group discounts and customized training are available. Please contact Amy Grant, Assistant Director, Executive Development Center at (401) 232-6203 or agrant2@bryant.edu