LHU Leadership Institute Certificate (Virtual Training)
March 11 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Employers within the greater Lock Haven University area have expressed a need for employee training in basic management and team leadership. Based upon input from area employers, the University is working with Appreciative Strategies, LLC., to bring forward this important leadership training program. Registration is open to all individuals and employers, including those who are within the region and those outside of the immediate area.
Dennis Gilbert is serving as the instructor/facilitator for this series.
This five-module series is designed to help participants develop and sharpen skills that relate to leading in today’s workplace environment. It is appropriate for existing workplace leaders, managers, and supervisors; or those who are new or emerging.
Throughout the series, each module will provide specific learning objectives and will be delivered by a subject matter expert who will utilize a pleasing combination of lecture, experiential learning activities and exercises, and real-world examples.
Professional course materials will be provided and will include assessments, activities, and other learning enhancement components to help each participant individualize their learning experience.
The five, three-hour modules are:
- Leadership Effectiveness
- Effective Communication for Managers
- Conflict Management
- Navigating a Multi-generational Workforce
- Being a Great Mentor or Coach
Sharpening management skills and your leadership presence are valuable for navigating today’s workforce. This series will help you prepare and improve your role as a leader.
This program is scheduled as follows:
SPRING 2021 (Virtual – Online)
All sessions will be virtual training via the Zoom platform. They will start promptly at 9 AM (sign-in 8:50 AM) and conclude at 12 PM (noon).
To submit an application to participate or to get more information please follow this link: https://tinyurl.com/wdace
This program qualifies for WEDnetPA grant funding (for eligible businesses). For additional information please contact: Angelic Hardy, Lock Haven University by calling 570-484-3131.