BAM is officially launching the 8th annual highly acclaimed Leadership Development Program for 2019.
This 72-hour program is accredited by University of Manitoba toward a certficate in Applied Management. The Leadership Development Program is designed for individuals who aspire to become a leader, transition to a leadership role or build new leadership skills. Our program consists primarily of one-day and half-day courses that are designed to help develop valuable personal and business skills in:
- Emotional Intelligence
- Team Building
- Decision Making
- Strategic Thinking
- Succession Planning
- Workplace Inclusivity
Flexible options to meet your busy and demanding schedule.
Select topics or sessions that best meet your needs or requirements for skill development. Register for individual courses OR the entire series – it’s up to you!
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Leadership Development Program is designed for individuals who aspire to become a leader, transition to a leadership role or build new leadership skills. Also ideal for current managers, supervisors, or CEO's who are looking to strengthen or upgrade existing skills.
WHEN & WHERE
Jan 2019 - November 2019 - one day a month - dates emailed once registered
Bioscience Association Manitoba
1000 Waverley Street | Training Room 104
Early-Bird Price: $3,000.00
Deadline: December 10, 2018
Member & Partner Pricing $3,500/person
Includes lunch & two breaks each day.
Registrations for individual sessions also available.
- Developing your Leadership
- Discovering & Developing your Emotional Intelligence
- Recruiting, Interviewing & Selecting your Staff
- Building a High Performing Team
- Coaching for Performance
- Basics of Business Financials
- Effectively Managing Change & Transition
- Building a Respectful Workplace
- Conducting Effective Performance Reviews
- Introduction to Succession Planning
- Intro to Project Management
- Effectively Facilitating Employment Terminations
- Retaining & Recognizing your Talent
- Managing Workplace Diversity
- Delivering Excellent Customer Service
- Final Presentations
“The Leadership Development Program exceeded our expectations and we now use this program and related resources as an integral part of our internal leadership development.”
“The biggest behavioral change is confidence: confidence to manage change, have difficult conversations with staff, relationship leadership and being confident in providing role clarity and communication.”
“The courses provided real work examples and encouraged real work application when they returned back to their office and team. This was not a course that was attended and then left to sit on a shelf.”
“The results of the ManagementPro assessment have been incorporated into our “language” and as a group we have referred many times to create better understanding and help us work better as a team.”
Barry Jansen, owner and President of JansenHR, is a senior human resources and leadership consulting professional. Drawing from 25 years of experience, Jansen is accomplished in the non-profit, manufacturing, and healthcare sectors.
As an HR professional, Jansen is a long term member of the Human Resources Management Association of Manitoba, the Society for Human Resource Management, and the Human Capital Institute.
For more information and questions regarding the program, contact Kim Kline, Training and Development Manager at (204) 272-5097 or email@example.com
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