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Three independent full-day sessions:
Session1: Sept. 18, 2020
Session 2: Oct. 16, 2020
Session 3: Nov. 20, 2020
UW-Madison Continuing Studies will transform your commitment to racial equity into anti-racist leadership in this new 3-part series. More.
Tuesday, December 15, 2020
During this UW-Madison Continuing Studies course, you will learn to address this growing problem by examining the concept of civil and respectful behavior and some of the possible reasons behind the trend. Strategies will also be shared that organizational leaders and teams can employ to build and maintain a culture of civil and respectful behavior, and to address disrespectful or inappropriate behavior when they see it. More.
February 8 – February 10, 2021
In this UW-Madison’s Center for Professional and Executive Education course, you will practice defining problems, assessing their impact, and identifying and managing stakeholders’ expectations. You will also learn how to develop itemized deliverable lists and how to discover overlooked requirements. More.
Offered in September & February
This course by UW-Madison Continuing Studies is offered twice a year (February and September) and consists of two practical and convenient courses that will give you the language and cultural skills you need to negotiate cross-culturally in Spanish: Business Spanish 1 (cohort model) and Business Spanish 2 (independent study). More.
June 7 – June 11, 2021
This course offered by UW-Madison’s Center for Professional & Executive Development focuses on the process and principles that characterize excellence in people management and how to successfully make the transition from contributor to manager. Participants explore six essential conversations managers must master to get the best from their people, as well as foundational skills that separate great managers from good managers. More.
Online, self-paced via UW–Madison
With this online, self-paced course, you will develop a solid understanding of the basic concepts underlying quantitative analysis and business statistics important to any business problem, and especially so for Six Sigma projects. Gain the knowledge and the tools to dissect complicated business problems and provide quantitative analysis to problems instead of relying on intuition and instincts. More.