Executive Education Programming Launches in September
Posted on Sep, 16 2013
Posted on Sep, 16 2013
FARGO, ND- (September 13th, 2013) North Dakota State University Distance and Continuing Education is launching an Executive Education Program to provide ongoing executive leadership development for business owners, mid-level and emerging leaders, and executives. The programming concentrates on three segments: the Business Owner Solutions Series, the Leadership Excellence Advancement Program, and the Executive Suite.
As part of the Business Owner Solutions Series, the first session “Grow Your Business…and Get Yourself Out of the Way!” begins September 27th. This series covers a large range of topics including process improvement, business development, leadership, strategic marketing, and exit strategies. The region’s business owners will gain valuable insight from business experts, who provide practical solutions to common challenges, as well as the opportunity to connect with peers.
The Leadership Excellence Advancement Program focuses on a broad range of mid-level leadership development with a variety of sessions offered this fall: improve critical thinking, become a sustainable leader, master the 7 Mindsets, resolve conflicts, and more. The series launches with “The 7 Mindsets @ Work with Scott Shickler” on October 3rd as local leaders and the co-author of The 7 Mindsets share how mindsets impact happiness and success.
The Executive Suite series focuses on the leadership development of executives and business owners with enterprise level strategic responsibility within an organization. The personal and professional growth of these key leaders is reflected in their organization, and this series provides the tools and resources for executive leadership excellence. On October 24th the Executive Suite launches with “The Power of Servant Leadership” offering exclusive interaction with James C. Hunter, author of The Servant, on the timeless and life-changing principles, application methods, and specific behaviors of servant leadership.
North Dakota State University is student focused and is recognized as one of the nation’s top 108 public and private universities by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education. The NDSU Distance and Continuing Education Office offers a diverse selection of online degrees, certificates, and services to encourage lifelong learning.