Leadership Mastery Certificate

Fall Program 2019 - ELM 101     

Schedule: October 15, 22 & 29, November 5, & 12, 2019
Five Weeks, 1 day per week (Tuesday), 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
$2,495 /   CEUs: 3.0

Spring Program 2020 - ELM 101     

Schedule: April 23, 30, May 7, 14, & 21, 2020
Five Days, 1 day per week (Thursday), 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Tuition: $2,495 /   CEUs: 3.0

Online Program - ELM 400

Schedule: Online, Anytime
$2,495 /   CEUs: 3.0

Advanced Skill-Building for Leadership Success

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.

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.

Session One

Effective Interpersonal Communication Skills
Critical Skills for Effective Leadership

Organizations today are complex and often highly dispersed. Teams comprised of employees and contractors are the norm and everyone relies on technology to stay connected. Communicating in this environment is extremely difficult. Yet the professional who can do it effectively has an instant edge.

Session Two

Strategic Planning/Strategic Direction
Achieving High Impact Results

If you want to achieve dynamic results in a fast-paced business environment, you need a plan. Effective strategic planning helps you create a logical, deliberate operating path for your team. It also gives you a better framework
for budgeting, resource allocation, and team accountability. Plus it helps you set-up meaningful milestones to demonstrate progress to your boss.

Session Three

Metrics and Big Data
Tools to Support Critical Business Decisions

There is a lot of talk about “big data” today. Metrics are everywhere as more and more information is captured
online. Developing the ability to evaluate data and discern which metrics are meaningful to support sound planning and leadership decisions is tricky because of the sheer volume of information available. It’s very easy
to focus on the quantity rather than the quality.

Session Four

How to Develop Political Savvy
Advance Your Career, Advocate Effectively for Your Team

Every organization has politics. Recognizing the political “rules” and acquiring the skill to exert influence within your organization helps you secure and maintain critical resources for your team. It also helps you advance your career and the careers of your most talented people. Since most of these rules are unwritten, it takes time/skill to uncover them and use them effectively.

Session Five

Motivational Leadership
How to Engage Your Employees

Employee engagement is the lowest it’s been in years. Teams are required to do more with less and many companies are using temporary workers to fill the gaps. Creating team cohesion and providing motivational leadership in these situations takes real skill.


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