Published: September 28, 2009
Executives and leaders in the community who are preparing for a more
senior leadership role can take advantage of new one-day, open
enrollment leadership courses offered by The University of Tampa’s TECO
Center for Leadership (CFL). Registration is now open, and the first
program is offered on Thursday, Oct. 15.
Dr. Frank Ghannadian,
the director for the CFL and dean of UT’s John H. Sykes College of
Business, explained that these courses were started to meet the demand
in the marketplace for an executive education series.
no one in the Tampa Bay area offers these type of quality leadership
development programs for executives," Ghannadian said.
programs contain both experiential learning and group interaction, and
participants will be able to put theoretical concepts into practice via
case studies and other interactive learning methods.
courses are taught by professors and practitioners with the latest
information on industry trends and cutting-edge theory,” said Mike
Weeks, senior associate director of the CFL. “UT offers an academic
atmosphere not found in corporate training classes, and our classes are
very small and interactive.”
Courses offered this fall include:
- Thinking Strategically, Thursday, Oct. 15
- Power, Influence and Politics in Organizations, Friday, Oct. 16
- Financial Statements for Managers, Tuesday, Oct. 27
- Building Company Value, Monday, Nov. 2
- Leading Change, on Wednesday, Nov. 4
According to Weeks, in these seminars students will:
- Discover proven models and best practices for leading work teams and
entire organizations through successful and lasting change efforts;
- Gain exposure to the state-of-the-art techniques for identifying
strategic opportunities in the industry and for assessing the
competencies of your company;
- Learn how economic profit and free cash flow models can be used to
both value operations and as guides to value-building strategies;
- Gain a deeper exposure to financial statements and ratio analysis
for those who would like to enhance their ability to manage for value;
- Develop an understanding of how the cash flows statement springs
from enterprise activity in the income statement and balance sheet;
- Journey through exploration and reflection as ideas on power and
politics from individual and organizational levels are presented.
All seminars run from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day, and all programs are eligible for continuing education credits (CEU’s).
For more information, or to register, contact Deirdre Dixon at (813) 253-6271 or via e-mail at email@example.com. Or, visit the CFL at www.ut.edu/cfl.