Make 2016 the Year You Solidify Your Executive Leadership Skills
// 2015 Dec 03
We’re closing in on 2015, which means 2016 is just around the corner. Just as the marketplace changes yearly, so must leadership also address those changes. Executives and other leadership in an organization must be forward-thinking, ready to anticipate the next challenge or trend that impacts their industry. They must also be well-versed on how to lead today’s workforce in order to improve productivity and organizational efficiency.
The most prudent business leader will know that ongoing executive education programs are crucial to long-term success. Business leaders also recognize the importance of training their new or future leaders, too.
This is why the Rutgers University School of Business in Camden is proud to offer programs like the Business Management Professional Certificate to help up-and-coming supervisors and managers develop the necessary leadership skills to effectively manage others and run departments and divisions in today’s workplace. The ideal candidate will be someone who is new in this position or someone on the career trajectory to lead in the very near future.
What Are the Benefits of Signing Up for the Business Management Professional Certificate?
- It’s self-paced. Given the time constraints and responsibilities you have both on the job and at home, we designed the program, so it can be completed on your time. You can begin the coursework as early as a day after you sign up. This negates the timing issues that often affect professionals who are enrolled in coursework.
- It can be completed online. You don’t have to travel to the classroom at a specific time to complete the certificate. You can complete it from home. As an added bonus, if three or more people from the same organization take the course at the same time, you can get a special discounted rate.
- The curriculum includes studies in operational management, managing managers, accounting fundamentals, managing cross-functions, strategic planning, leadership communication skills, and more.
As we move into the New Year, examine your career goals for 2016. Are you someone who has been in a leadership position for years and want to reexamine your techniques and skills to address your current personnel and industry? Are you a young upstart who is on the way to senior level management and want to acquire the education and skills necessary to succeed on the next level? Then make 2016 the time you make an investment in yourself and sign up for an executive education course at the Rutgers University School of Business in Camden.