2020-21 Management Development Certificate Schedule

Campus Human Resources is pleased to announce the 2020-21 Management Development Certificate course schedule. Several new topics have been added to the schedule in an effort to align with current management trends and offer more diverse choices to participants.

This certificate program is designed to help management-level employees maintain or enhance effectiveness in their current role and prepare for future opportunities. In addition to learning management theory, participants will work with their peers on application of new skills to real-world scenarios.

 

DATE

COURSE

July 07, 2020

Adaptive Leadership

July 29, 2020

Influential Leadership*

August 12, 2020

Boosting Poor Performance

September 03, 2020

Building Effective Partnerships with Faculty

September 15, 2020

Understanding Compensation and Salary Administration

September 22 and October 27, 2020

Assessing and Improving Management Skills* (2 parts)

September 29, 2020

Addressing Challenging Employee and Labor Relations Issues*

October 23, 2020

Coaching for Improvement

November 17, 2020

Creativity and Innovation

December 09, 2020

Developing Others

January 07, 2021

Influential Leadership*

January 12, 2021

Addressing Challenging Employee and Labor Relations Issues*

February 03 and 24, 2021

Employee Engagement* (2 parts)

February 11, 2021

Understanding Compensation and Salary Administration

March 02, 2021

Leading Change

March 10 and April 21, 2021

Assessing and Improving Management Skills* (2 parts)

April 20, 2021

Leading High-Performance Teams

May 05, 2021

Recognizing and Resolving Workplace Conflict

May 13, 2021

Understanding Compensation and Salary Administration

June 10, 2021

Strategic Focus

* Indicates core Certificate Program courses

 

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

Additional details are available in an eBrochure in Related Information. Registration for workshops is conducted via the UC Learning Center and will be on a first-come first-served basis.