A Management Course to Upgrade Your Leadership Skills
Are you new to organizational leadership? Do you aspire to advance to a management role? Are you a manager with employees who show leadership potential? Explore what management entails and discover your own leadership style — or help your employees do this.
Anderson’s 10-week live online Essentials for Managers course can equip you to lead with confidence, giving you the skills to manage, plan and organize. You’ll find ways to effectively delegate tasks, empower employees and encourage better performance.
What You'll Learn
In this professional leadership training, experts working in the management field will teach you how to:
- Lead your team with confidence and self-assurance
- Delegate assignments and monitor performance
- Manage time and meetings with ease
- Develop strong, results-oriented teams
- Resolve conflict between employees
Focus on These Organizational Leadership Topics
Aiming to build your leadership ability while teaching time and people management skills, the course focuses on these topics:
- Developing Your Leadership Skills
- Conscious Communication
- Managing and Resolving Conflict
- Management Effectiveness through Collaborative Teams
- Delegating and Decision Making
- Understanding Employment Law
- Conducting Performance Appraisals and Motivating Your Employees
- Recognizing Unconscious Bias and Incorporating Inclusiveness
- Leading through Change
- Creating balance through Time and Stress Management
Who Should Attend
- A new manager developing your leadership style
- A talented professional aiming for a management role
- A manager. Enroll your high-potential employees!
Build Leadership Skills in Weekly Live Class Sessions
This professional leadership training course features 30 hours of instruction time, with three-hour online class sessions taught live. You must attend nine of the 10 course sessions to receive a digital badge certifying your completion of the course.
This course is offered through Anderson School of Management.
UNM Staff, Faculty and Retirees can use their Tuition Remission benefit on professional development programs.