The Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional Education & Development worked with several of our partners to identify non-profit leaders who would attend Manager Boot Camp on scholarship.
Is your leadership style outdated, or are you well prepared to manage the evolving workforce? If you define yourself as a leader, you operate on trust and believe that people want to work, enjoy their work, and will do their best work in an environment of trust and accountability.
Managing well, whether in-person or at a distance, requires the same skillset. You’ll need to coach, give timely and actionable feedback, set priorities, clarify expectations, protect your team’s time, and use one-on-ones to increase engagement, certainty, autonomy, meaning, progress, and social inclusion.
Paul Kern is a learning professional with experience spanning K-12 education, post-secondary education, and tenured leadership of Learning and Development teams within the financial and health care business sectors. He joins CPED as the To celebrate 75 years of CPED, we’re publishing 75 Stories about our community. Paul Kern joined the team at the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development in February 2022 as Director of Products and Services.
Across industries, workplace culture consistently plays a key role in attracting, engaging, and retaining talent. In contrast, organizations with strong defensive cultural norms are notorious for draining talent.
You want to invest in your professional development and achieve your goals without taking too much time away from work, but where do you get started? Professional Development Certificates allow you to expand your business skills without disrupting your workplace.
Leadership strengths are different for everyone. Being able to identify your strengths, and the areas you can improve, will help you identify what skills you need to seek out from others on your team to make your organization its most successful.
Business strategy is the cornerstone of the long-term success of your organization. A well-chosen and well-articulated strategy is an immensely powerful tool for an organization. It enables rapid decision-making, aligns collaborative and siloed organizational groups, and facilitates the development of sustainable and productive organizational culture.
Organizations can move from crisis to creation. It’s all about choice. Using intention and inclusion—consciously and jointly changing, adapting, and improving—involves a five-step process.
By Kim Hegeman As the calendar changed over to 2022, you may have made some personal and professional new year’s resolutions. When it comes to professional resolutions, they can be a great idea for people …