If you want to gain a deeper understanding of these topics, other programs include:
- Project Management Certificate
- Process Improvement Certificate
- Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification
Principles for Intentional Success
Call for special 2015 information about this course
9 am - 4 p.m.
$1899; Baldwin Wallace, Berea
Instructor: Improve Consulting and Training Group
This course takes place over two months. Attend two days the first month and two days the second month. Take three weeks off to apply concepts at work.
What would happen if you devoted energy to intentional success 365 days of the year, rather than just once a year? And is that even possible? Of course it's possible! Devoting your energy to the core principles of intentional success will allow you to become more effective, productive and successful in your career and do it faster than you ever thought possible.
The Core Principles of Intentional Succes are: Self-Management, Personal Development, Professional Development, Strategy, Team Development, Leadership, Management of Others, Effectiveness, and Efficiency.
In today's society, we are often engaged in fast-paced, demanding corporate cultures that require us to be "on" twenty-four seven. Everything around us demands our immediate attention and action, resulting in a deficit of self-care and balance, as well as a minimal focus on improvement.
It is not until we receive our performance reviews or evaluations that we begin to reflect on our inner-strengths and areas for improvement. But all too soon we are back to just trying to survive the day.
Set your personal goal at the beginning of the course and leave with a customized professional development plan designed to help you exceed your potential.
- Learn how to incorporate new strategies and tools into your daily work
- Reflect and assess your current skills
- Explore real-life scenarios
- Create case studies related to core principles
Target Audience: This course is designed specifically for managers, soon to be managers or anyone who aspires to rise into the management ranks.