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Motivating, Managing, and Developing Others

Course Number: MGT X465.4

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1 units

A thorough introduction to the various methodologies, techniques, and strategies available to business leaders, managers and entrepreneur's seeking to improve their staff's capabilities, engagement, innovation and flexibility. You will also examine the attitudes and attributes successful coaches and mentors use to empower others. Discussions include: 

  • emotional intelligence
  • how to motivate employees
  • alternate work options
  • the appropriate application of different management styles
  • not ignoring difficult employees
  • leading and coaching within an organization
  • identifying how to get the most out of people
  • your role as a leader, counselor, listener, facilitator, and director

You will learn the skills needed for designing and developing action plans for staff development and training.

Available Sections

Starting Aug 19

171MCS005

Starting Aug 19 171MCS005

Course Fees

$225

Instructor

Eric Coggins [ bio ]

close [x] Eric D. Coggins, Ph.D., Global Organizational Leadership, Adjunct Professor, Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia, has presented seven scholarly papers and published ten articles relating to leadership and business management. 

Schedule:

Sat 9:00 am-2:30 pm
Aug 19 - Aug 26, 2017

2 Meetings

Location:

UCR Extension Center

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Section Notes:

None.

Textbook:

No Textbook Required.

Prerequisites

MGT X465.1, Understanding Your Role as Supervisor

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