2013-14 Management Development Certificate


Re: 2013-14 Management Development Certificate Program Schedule

Campus Human Resources is pleased to announce the 2013-2014 Management Development Certificate course schedule. This certificate program is designed to help management-level employees strengthen effectiveness in their current role and prepare for future leadership opportunities. Participants learn management theory and practices, work with their peers on real-world scenarios, conduct skills practice and create plans for immediate application.

We encourage you to invest in your own professional development and in your direct reports who may benefit from this program unique among UC campuses.



Strategic FocusAugust 7, 2013 
Developing OthersSeptember 7, 2013 
Assessing and Improving Management Skills*October 2 & November 13, 2013
Addressing Challenging Employee and Labor Relations Issues*October 10, 2013
Building Effective Partnerships with FacultyOctober 23, 2013
Creativity and Innovation: Unleashing and Leveraging Ideas in the WorkplaceNovember 6, 2013
Influential Leadership*December 12, 2013 
Coaching for ImprovementJanuary 23, 2014
Recognizing and Resolving Workplace ConflictFebruary 13, 2014
Assessing and Improving Management Skills*February 25 & April 15, 2014
Leading ChangeMarch 13, 2014
Leading High-Performance TeamsApril 23, 2014
Employee Engagement: A Manager’s Guide to Effectively Motivating Employees*April 30 & May 14, 2014
Addressing Challenging Employee and Labor Relations Issues*May 20, 2014 
Building Effective Partnerships with FacultyJune 3, 2014
Adaptive LeadershipJune 24, 2014

*Indicates core Certificate Program courses

Certificates are earned by successful completion of 10 courses with four (4) required courses and six (6) electives. They can be completed in any order. This program is intended for employees at the Management & Senior Professional and high-level PSS grades and above (or equivalent classifications), with an emphasis on employees with broad decision-making authority, supervisory accountability or project management responsibility.

Additional details are available in the eBrochure in Related Information. Registration for workshops is conducted via http://lms.ucla.edu and will be on a first-come first-served basis.

Thank you for your ongoing support of UCLA’s management development programs. Please contact Rejeana Mathis (rmathis@chr.ucla.edu) for questions or additional information.


Lubbe Levin
Associate Vice Chancellor
Campus Human Resources

Campus Human Resources, Training and Development
Phone: (310) 794-0850 | Fax: (310) 794-0855