Introduction to Project Management Certificate for K-12 Educational Leaders

Project Management has a respected reputation in the business world. Take part in XLC’s Introduction to Project Management Certificate for K-12 Educational Leaders to learn how these valuable skills and strategies can be translated to the educational setting.

Description

Gain skills to successfully deliver your school district projects on time, on budget, and according to specifications by:

  • Developing an applied understanding of the principles, processes, and tools of Project Management and how to leverage them in your real-world educational environment
  • Understanding the needs and requirements of key stakeholders to effectively define project scope and deliverables
  • Learning how to utilize the project management process and tools to control elements of the project, such as cost, scope, and scheduling
  • Effectively leveraging resources such as team members, project sponsor, and project management tools
  • Incorporating risk management and contingency planning into your project

XLC’s Introduction to Project Management Certificate for K-12 Educational Leaders is built on the content and processes found in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) – Sixth Edition.

Audience

Appropriate for supervisors, managers, or team members who are responsible for the successful completion of projects in a K-12 educational setting. The targeted objectives of the course will most closely align with educational leaders in a district office or central office leadership role.

Promotions

The Xavier Leadership Center is excited to offer an early bird discount. Register before March 1, 2023, to receive $100 off the general registration cost.

A 10% group discount is also available for organizations that register 3-4 people at the same time. This group discount can be combined with the early bird discount for extra savings!

Venue

Health United Building
1723 Cleneay Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45212 United States
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Engaging, Coaching, and Mentoring Others

The Great Resignation has evolved the workplace in many industries. Now, it is even more important for managers, team leaders, and colleagues to create a positive work environment where people want to belong. Clear communication, strong mentoring, and accurate expectations are needed to develop effective teams both virtually and in person.

Description

This one-day program will begin by discussing worker satisfaction and how to establish transparent expectations while addressing each employee’s personal needs. Effective communication will follow, focusing on delivering feedback in healthy and positive ways. Finally, participants will explore aligning individual and team performances to create a cohesive work environment.

Experiential and interactive learning will guide the day’s activities, allowing participants to practice tools and strategies for immediate implementation.

Audience

Professionals at all levels in any industry who want to enhance their interpersonal communication will benefit from this program.

Outcome

Participants will walk away with these skills:

  • Define a positive work environment
  • Learn how to align and manage worker expectations
  • Improve feedback and real-time coaching
  • Identify the roles mentors can play in professionals’ lives
  • Utilize 3 simple steps to positively reinforce what people do well
  • Develop effective teams through virtual and in-person environments.

Venue

Cintas Center
1624 Musketeer Drive
Cincinnati, 45207 United States
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Phone:
513-745-1094

Public Sector Leadership Certificate Program

The Public Sector Leadership Certificate (PSLC) is designed for emerging leaders or those wanting to energize their leadership working in law enforcement, public safety, city, state, and county government, and any public sector organization.

This program was developed through extensive feedback from public sector leaders about what is needed to be successful in the public sector currently and in our changing world.

Description

This program incorporates an assessment that provides a picture of your current management and leadership strengths while providing insight into opportunity areas for growth and development.

Program topics include:

  • Exploration of proven leadership characteristics: empathy, integrity, trust, etc.
  • Understanding your authentic leadership strengths and opportunities
  • Understanding of how others view your leadership
  • Using strategy to achieve your organization’s mission and vision
  • The importance of building trust and relationships
  • Tools for managing critical conversations
  • Understanding trends in the Public Sector
  • Carrying out organizational vision and strategy

Prior to the start of the program, participants will complete an assessment focused on their leadership skills. The assessment provides a picture of your current management and leadership strengths while providing insight to opportunity areas for growth and development. Results from this assessment will guide discussions throughout the 4-day program.

Audience

Current and emerging leaders or experienced leaders within a public sector organization wanting to energize their leadership skills. Participants with direct reports will greater benefit from the program.

Testimonials

"I would highly recommend the program for your executive level staff, but especially for your mid-level managers and supervisors. The vast variety of topics, group work, and peer interaction all benefited me in my position."

— Chief Steve Pegram, Goshen Township Fire & EMS


"I think every public servant should take the Public Sector Leadership Program at Xavier Leadership Center. It is a completely transformational experience. Not only do you discover your strengths as a leader and a public servant, but your opportunities for growth as well."

— Earl Price, Sheriff's Captain, Training Coordinator, Hamilton Sheriff Department


"The Public Sector Leader Certificate Program gave me the knowledge to not only be able to properly rate myself as leader but also to see how others in my field rated me. This side by side comparison opened my eyes to areas I hadn’t thought of as in need of improvement and pointed out strengths I didn’t know I had."

— Chief Richard L. Wallace, Amberley Village Police-Fire Department


“The Public Sector Leadership Certificate Program provided me with an opportunity to recognize what leadership qualities I already possessed and taught me to build upon those qualities to make me an even more productive leader.”

— Captain Ron Wallace, Norwood Fire Departme

Venue

Cintas Center
1624 Musketeer Drive
Cincinnati, 45207 United States
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Phone:
513-745-1094

Manager Essentials Certificate

The Manager Essentials Certificate is designed based on input from human resource professionals, business unit leaders, experienced managers and high potential employees to develop great managers. Give yourself or your organization a competitive advantage by becoming a great manager!

Program Schedule

  • February 23, 2023
  • March 2, 2023

Description

Day One: Leading Others

  • Learn skills to engage employees in the organization’s vision and mission
  • Develop self-awareness about their impact on others
  • Get tools to give and receive feedback
  • Understand the impact of effective coaching

Day Two:

  • Develop skills to understand and communicate strategy, financial levers, and operational effectiveness
  • Gain communication, empathy, influence, and emotional intelligence skills to drive business
  • Learn techniques for influencing without authority to gain necessary department resources and create department wins

Audience

New managers, those with 2-3 years of managerial experience, and identified future managers within an organization with five or more years of experience will benefit from this program.

Venue

Cintas Center
1624 Musketeer Drive
Cincinnati, 45207 United States
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Phone:
513-745-1094