The seminar helps you develop the three critical skills of informal leadership: navigating politics, understanding power, and exercising influence.
THIS SESSION IS FULL
St Louis| Nov. 3-4, 2015 - SESSION FULL
Examine the latest M&A research and trends; discuss common problems; and develop techniques for target identification and post-deal integration.
St Louis| Nov. 17-18, 2015
Working in partnership with female executives, you will learn how to make decisions, exert power and influence, negotiate, and manage change confidently and effectively. St. Louis cohort meets one day a month for six months from November 2016 through April 2016.
St Louis| Cohort begins November 6, 2015
Focused on all aspects of the supply chain, the program teaches you how to manage and monitor raw materials, work-in-progress inventory, finished goods, and channel partners.
St Louis| FALL 2016 | Application available soon
The Advanced Management Certificate is the highest achievement recognized within nondegree Executive Education, providing you an expansive breadth of knowledge. Adding the certificate to your résumé differentiates you in a competitive job market. To earn the Advanced Management Certificate, complete four seminar days in four concentration areas (for a total of 16 days) within three years.
St Louis| Modular Certificate. Dates vary.
Learn how to make the most of your organization's resources, better understand cost drivers, and create effective budget parameters.
St Louis| April 6, 2016
Develop global leadership skills as you gain an understanding of the importance of global citizenship and how to identify strategies for value creation.
St Louis| Dec. 2, 2015
Identify the misconceptions surrounding human motivation by recognizing key motivational principles. Also, discover scientifically proven ways to boost motivation.
St Louis| Oct. 7, 2015
Understand how financial decisions link to overall growth strategy and culture. Learn to integrate value creation into everyday decision making.
St Louis| Oct. 20, 2015
Learn the concepts, frameworks, and tools for management decision-making that help grow your organization and build its competitive advantage
St Louis| Feb. 2-3, 2016
Learn the key elements of a negotiation position and best practices to effectively advocate for the needs of your company
St Louis| Feb. 17,2016
Learn the "Big 6" leadership principles that enable leaders to drive change through developing a culture of excellence, trust and empowerment
St Louis| Feb. 18, 2016
Learn how to facilitate workplace relationships through self-awareness, self-mastery, social awareness, and relational management
St Louis| Mar. 8, 2016
Generate greater productivity and accountability by measuring and rewarding performance throughout the organization.
St Louis| Mar. 9, 2016
Learn about the behavioral foundations of ethical and unethical behavior, and how managers and firm policies shape employee behavior.
St Louis| Mar. 24, 2016
Leverage the basics of team design - context, structure, and process - to lead your team to maximum effectiveness.
St Louis| May 10, 2016
Understand the nature of trust in the workplace, and how employees who trust you will drive growth and improved performance.
St Louis| May 11, 2016
Learn to align your personal leadership goals with the strategic needs of your organization as you navigate organizational change.
St Louis| May 18, 2016
Learn the key aspects of the innovation process and how you can accelerate innovation in your organization to deliver new value and drive efficiency
St Louis| Jun. 1, 2016
Working in partnership with female executives, you will learn how to make decisions, exert power and influence, negotiate, and leverage your strengths. The Kansas City cohort meets for two days every 6 weeks from February through May 2016.
Kansas City| Cohort begins February 24, 2016