Even the most brilliant initiatives will fail without an inspired, high-performing workforce. Fostering a Culture of Engagement will help you identify and develop the skills to better align your company in support of future-leaning initiatives and strategies designed to drive organizational growth.
THE ENGAGEMENT ADVANTAGE
Course Lengthat Goizueta Business School
Typical Class SizeFor executives and managers leading strategic initiatives
Course InvestmentBreakfast and lunch included
HOW IT WORKS
This three-day short course is designed for executives and managers responsible for leading organizational initiatives and delivering results. You’ll learn how to assess and understand the motivational drivers of your people, explore tools for providing effective feedback, and develop your ability to cultivate engagement and maintain a high-performing team. This certificate applies to the C-Suite Change Management and qualifies as an elective for The Roberto C. Goizueta Leadership Certificate, C-Suite and Advanced Certificates.
Feedback ToolsPractice using tools that help you provide motivating, actionable feedback that maximizes your team’s performance.
Situational AwarenessGain a deeper understanding of how the strategic planning process works and the internal capabilities necessary for successful implementation.
AlignmentBuild a culture that engages all areas of your organization in the common cause of realizing major strategic goals.
ENGAGE FOR RESULTS
Learn how to empower your people to deliver results. Create strategies that align your culture and operations, efficiently and effectively execute on new initiatives, and evaluate and optimize internal practices to gain a competitive advantage for your organization.
STEP UP YOUR SKILLS
Leadership for Positive Change
Michael Sacks is Emory’s Vice Provost for University Strategies and Academic Director for the Woodruff Leadership Academy in Emory’s Woodruff Health Sciences Center. Sacks is committed to executive education and teaches organizational behavior, strategy, and leadership in our business programs. His research explores how entrepreneurs use social capital to negotiate economic opportunities.