Beacom Launches Executive Education Courses Sept 29
“The Beacom School of Business is excited to offer its inaugural executive education courses this fall,” said Venky Venkatachalam, dean of the Beacom School of Business. "We designed our curriculum to help businesses grow and succeed in recruiting and retaining their biggest asset: human talent.”
Centered on topics that will enhance a business’ productivity and increase competitiveness, the first executive education course will be led by nationally renowned organizational expert, Stephanie McGovern. She will introduce a range of subjects on the building blocks of high performing teams and what leaders can do to assess strengths, identify roles and more effectively manage teams.
“At any stage of your career, continuing education is critical to professional advancement and development. It both reinforces the fundamentals necessary to a business’ success while also helping businesses adapt to and capitalize on new trends,” said Venkatachalam.
Launched in the spring of 2017, Beacom’s executive education courses aim to meet the ongoing training and development needs of the region’s working professionals and senior executives. Options will include courses available to the general public and customized options for specific organizations and industries. Admission to the university is not required.
The fall schedule includes the following options:
● Developing High Performing Teams – Sept. 29
● Foundations of Project Management – Oct. 12 and 19
● Negotiating for Added Value – Oct. 27
● Lean Management: Create Profit in Any Industry – Nov. 3 and 10
The executive education courses will complement the Beacom School of Business’ other outreach services, which include the Prairie Family Business Association, the Small Business Development Center, and Business Research and Consulting Services. For more information on registering for the executive education courses or to inquire about hosting a private course offering, please visit the executive education page.
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