Top row, from left: Timothy Poulin, Sean Collins, Bortie Teh, Barry O'Connor Jr., Jeanne McColl; Bottom row, from left: Stephanie Cruz, Walter Ducharme, Karina Wood, Beatrice McGeoch
In the Leadership Essentials Certification Program, managers at CCRI will come together monthly for day-long sessions covering the many elements of leading effectively. Workshops are highly interactive and engaging sessions, specifically designed for leaders working at CCRI. Leadership Essentials provides leaders at CCRI with the opportunity to learn best practices, develop key skills, and connect with other leaders at the college.
Leadership Essentials is intended for CCRI staff who lead teams or departments of 4 or more employees. We will be selecting no more than 20 managers to participate in the program who demonstrate a commitment to learning and growing as a manager and leader at CCRI.
The application is now open for our 2019 Fall Cohort. Apply by September 23. Participants will be notified by September 30.
The Leadership Essentials Certification Program includes four day-long workshops and one closing session.
During this session, participants will hear from leadership experts about definitions of leadership, what effective leadership really means and why it matters. Participants will hear from CCRI leaders about the broader context of CCRI’s work currently and in the near future, and how they can help contribute to our mission and goals.
This session will provide participants with a space to consider their role in leading people. They will reflect on their own strengths and challenges when it comes to interpersonal leadership and learn skills for how to best support the growth and development of their employees.
Session three will provide participants with more of the nuts and bolts of leading at CCRI. Participants will learn about how to consistently and fairly follow workplace laws and policies in order to champion equity and maintain trust with employees.
During session four, participants will engage in discussions about how to lead teams effectively. Topics such as inclusive leadership, strategic planning and action, and maximizing meetings will be covered.
Participants in the Leadership Essentials Certification Program will:
Contact Lizzie Pollock, Project Director for the Office of Institutional Equity, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 401-825-1030 to sign up and for any questions.
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