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- Understand personal leadership style
- Recognize when and how to adjust leadership style for the betterment of the team
- Learn effective methods for facilitating and managing teams
- Discover ways to manage conflict
- Build trust and team accountability
- Elevate performance level of a group and entire organization
- Executives, managers, or supervisors in all disciplines and business functions responsible for leading others
OnlineCost:$795October 30, 2013 - November 20, 2013January 22, 2014 - February 12, 2014
Registration for this course will close 5:00 PM one full day prior.
Learn the leadership techniques that deliver new ideas and quick execution for individuals, teams and entire organizations. This online course shows you the broad methods for establishing guidelines, utilizing talents, allocating personnel and assigning roles, as well as building trust while establishing accountability.
Who Should Attend
This online course was very helpful in allowing me to understand not only my own leadership style and values, but to help see that in my team as well. - Hospitalist Program Coordinator, Bay Area Hospitalist Associates, Inc.
It was a valuable to me because I felt like it is really knowledge that I can use both at work and outside of work. The concept of having people at different stages mentor others was especially interesting to me. The application of mentoring and developing at the same time was extremely powerful. - Manager, HRIS, Jack in the Box
The facilitator is dynamic and the material is new and interesting. Great learning opportunity. – Senior Project Manager, Kaiser Permanente
This online course is designed for working professionals to learn the concepts by accessing the content at any time during the course session. This approximately 12 to 18-hour online course fits perfectly into any busy schedule as it can be taken at your own pace over a three-week period. It includes online video sessions, reading and case studies, interactive exercises and discussions with faculty. For technical and course requirements click here.
Dave Logan, is a Lecturer in the Marshall School of Business, a best-selling author, and a management consultant. He currently teaches management and leadership in the USC Executive MBA—an area rated #1 on the latest Wall Street Journal ranking of EMBA programs. From 2001-2004, he served as Associate Dean of Executive Education.
As senior partner at CultureSync, a management consulting firm, Dave works with governments, non-profit organizations, and Fortune 500 companies, including Qualcomm, Intel, Charles Schwab American Express, and Prudential.
Dave is co-author of four books including Tribal Leadership and The Three Laws of Performance. His books have been on the best-sellers lists of USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, and Business Week. He’s been interviewed by CNN, CBS, NBC, and NPR, and newspapers and magazines throughout the world.
Dave has a Ph.D. in Organizational Communication from the Annenberg School at USC.
$795 per person includes tuition and course materials. There is a 10% discount for three or more registrants from the same company.
The USC Marshall School of Business, Office of Executive Education, does not offer any financial aid for its programs. However, you may be able to find external financial aid to help you with our courses. These two private loan programs are available for executive and continuing education programs. This is not an exhaustive list; The USC Marshall School of Business, Office of Executive Education, does not specifically endorse any financial aid program.