Ashland, New Richmond, Rice Lake, Superior
Take your leadership skills to the next level. Attend conferences or seminars that will enhance essential skills of leaders and team members at every level.
Learn practical skills you can use at your workplace in the areas of leadership, supervision, management and more. Most seminars and conferences are in-person at one of our four convenient campuses, held on days/times convenient for the busy working professional. Our instructors are industry experts with years of teaching and training experience.
Today's employees are in working environments with ever-increasing demands. As a result of growing emphasis on team management and employee empowerment, you will be expected to gather data, solve problems, and make decisions independently. You will be working with global trading partners and collaborating with work teams in an increasingly diverse workplace; and you will be using sophisticated technologies to communicate. Surprisingly, writing skills are becoming more and more important. Your writing skills are showcased in every message you send. Topics to be covered include: Facing today's communication challenges, Routine letters, Writing for business audiences, Letters and memos that persuade, Improving writing techniques, Proposals, informal and form reports, Revising and proofreading business messages, Memorandums and e-mail, Negative, persuasive and special messages, and Oral presentations, meetings, and telephone communications.
Students learn about a variety of business and industry concerns. Current and emerging issues, trends, technologies, strategies, and planning techniques are covered.
About the Courses
Sample leadership and supervision workshops include:
Essential Supervisory Skills: This training gives you the tools to meet the changing demands of the modern business environment. Whether you have just been promoted or have many years of supervisory experience, these Essential Skills will make you and your team more efficient and effective.
Nonprofit Leadership: Thriving as a nonprofit leader presents challenges, especially in a rural setting. Learn about strategies and resources that will prepare you to succeed in today's ever-evolving nonprofit work setting.
HR for the Non-HR Manager: This workshop will address the real-world, practical, and legal issues faced in the workplace today. It is perfect for those who manage people and need an overview of the Human Resources function, perform HR tasks as a part of their job function, want to break into Human Resources as a profession, or desire to update their current HR knowledge.