FOUNDATIONAL LEADERSHIP SERIES
Are leaders born or made?
Based upon more than a decade of work in leadership learning and development, we’ve found that with the right combination of innovative skill-building tools and customized learning solutions, effective leaders can be “made” especially with Sinclair guiding them along the way.
The Foundational Leadership Series is designed to build essential skills for new or growing leaders. Each session has been developed to provide learners with a fundamental understanding of the techniques and concepts related to that particular subject area through lively discussion, relevant case studies, and virtual activities designed to enhance learning.UNLEASHING YOUR LEADERSHIP POTENTIAL, March 7, 9am-12pmTeam leader, supervisor, manager- all of these titles require leadership skills. But what exactly does a leader look like and what do they do? This session will teach new, emerging, and seasoned leaders the fundamentals of leadership, understanding their personal 'why' and learn how strong leadership can profoundly impact and inspire those around them.
COMMUNICATION THAT CONNECTS, March 21, 9am-12pmNearly every core management function centers on the ability of leaders and their teams to communicate effectively. Individuals who develop their communication skills are better equipped to share important information, convey ideas, and motivate others to work together to achieve organizational results. Discover the barriers to effective communication, the importance of active listening, and techniques to positively connect with people with different communication styles.
MANAGING CONFLICT WITH CONFIDENCE, April 4, 9am-12pmConflict management is a process that allows people to explore and understand our differences and use them to interact in a more positive, productive way. Learn your primary approach to handling conflict and when and why you should use different conflict resolution strategies to improve the chances of achieving a positive outcome.
BUILDING A CULTURE OF ACCOUNTABILITY, April 18, 9am-12pmBuilding a Culture of Accountability provides a judgment-free learning environment for strengthening personal accountability in ourselves and others. Without clear directions and expectations, it is difficult for both leaders and employees to manage accountability effectively. Learn strategies to build an environment where personal accountability is not only expected, but valued.
FEEDBACK: THE ART OF GIVING & RECEIVING, May 2, 9am-12pmEffective organizations have found that giving and receiving constructive feedback contributes to a healthier organizational culture. Creating a culture of feedback that is less threatening and more rewarding can reduce defensive behaviors and foster growth and learning. Learn effective tools to make receiving and giving feedback a more positive experience for all involved.COACHING FOR PERFORMANCE & GROWTH, May 16, 9am-12pmCoaching others is one of the most critical, yet underdeveloped skills among leaders. Learn the value of coaching, the difference between managing and coaching, and specific techniques that can lead to improved performance and stronger employee engagement.
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Register for the entire series at once (all 6 sessions) for the discounted price of $195/session.
Register for individual Sessions for $225/per session
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POLICIES & DISCLOSURES
Cancellations:Cancellations received 14 business days prior to class start date will not incur any charges. Registrants cancelling less than 14 business days prior to the class start date or failing to show for a class will be responsible for 100% of the class fee. All cancellations must be sent via email to [email protected] or 937.252.9787.Substitutions: If a company has an employee registered for a class and that person cannot attend, the company may substitute another employee at any time prior to the class start date. Please contact [email protected] or 937.252.9787 with notification of student change as soon as possible.
Classes are subject to cancellation if minimum enrollments, which vary by class, are not met for each session. If your class is cancelled, we will do our best to provide you with adequate advance notice and you will receive a full refund.
Inclement Weather:In case of inclement weather, Sinclair Workforce Development will follow Sinclair Community College instructions regarding a delay or closing for Open Enrollment sessions. Please check www.sinclair.edu or your news channel for closure and delays. This will be the most up to date information. If a delay is announced, please reference your class start time to determine if it is affected.
For example:A 2-hour delay has been announced in the morning:Example 1: If the class you are registered for is scheduled for 8am-5pm, then the class will be rescheduled for another dayExample 2: If the class you are registered for is scheduled for 1pm-5pm, it will still run that day at the scheduled time.
In the event of a class cancellation, we will do our best to reschedule the class as soon as possible and notify you accordingly. Should the rescheduled date and time not work for you we will process a full refund.