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Short Program

Leading Teams in Organizations

A two-day program to help you build and sustain high-performance teams

Effective management of your key assets—your people and teams—can set you apart within your organization as a strategic and effective leader. In this dynamic program, you’ll be able to develop and practice these skills—and in the process become more valuable to your organization.
What You Will Learn

You'll learn ideas and techniques you can apply right away, including:

  • How to build your skills as a leader
  • Defining and analyzing problems and developing viable action plans
  • Creating and sustaining successful teams through a better understanding of how teams function and how you work in team settings
  • Aligning organizational structures to make teams more successful
  • Methods for structuring incentives and motivating team members
  • Decision tactics for when it's appropriate to use a team
Who Should Attend
  • Rising supervisors and new managers
  • Those leading divisions or large-scale organizations
  • Project managers
  • Managers, directors and executives leading organizational change
  • Small business owners and entrepreneurs

NOTE:
This program has limited seats so please register early. If the program session becomes full, you will be notified if you must be placed on the wait list.

Scheduled Dates
Thu, Mar 15 - Fri, Mar 16 2018
Location
Owen Graduate School of Management

401 21st Avenue South, Nashville, TN

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Program at a Glance
Length 2 Days
Cost $2,150

Cost includes tuition, instructional materials, continental breakfast and lunch (all days)

Location

Owen Graduate School of Management

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Certificate Series

This Short Program is offered as part of a four-course Certificate Series. Take all four courses within a 36-month period and earn a substantial discount compared to single Short Program prices.

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Faculty

Bart Victor
Cal Turner Professor of Moral Leadership

Bart Victor works with students and faculty at Owen and across Vanderbilt to study enterprise approaches to the alleviation of poverty, as well as the ethical foundations of business.

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