Hollins University’s Batten Leadership Institute has announced its Executive Education Certificate in Leadership Program for 2018.
The program features both women’s and co-educational cohorts, each of which consists of 12 sessions beginning in early April and continuing through early October.
“The Batten Leadership Institute challenges and develops leaders through tactical and intense certificate programs and customized organizational training,” said Program Director Abrina Schnurman-Crook. “We offer concrete, practical, and experiential learning exercises that link theory to practice and provide knowledge and skills that can be put into action from day one.”
Continuing in the program this year, Schnurman-Crook added, is “research from neuroscience and the emerging field of neuroleadership to improve performance, manage diversity, and facilitate better learning and decision-making.”
In other highlights, the program will explore:
- Diagnosing challenges and responses
- Conflict, risk, and change
- Team functioning
- Feedback from multiple perspectives
- Interpersonal situations from a strategic view of systems
- Understanding systems and culture applied to each particpant’s specific organization
- Assessment portfolios, including multiple 360-degree assessments
In order to maximize learning and engagement, each cohort is limited to ten participants. The cost of $3,800 includes course materials, books, refreshments, and online assessments and individual appointments for assessment review, which will take place in February and March. Scholarships are available, and a ten percent discount is offered to organizations that enroll two or more employees.
“Over the past 13 years, this program has invested 526 training hours with professionals in the Roanoke area, who have expanded their capacities in emotional intelligence, team functioning, and conflict and communication,” Schnurman-Crook explained. “They have learned strategic uses of authority across power structures and systems. They have gleaned significant value in networking with others across industries and agreed to be held accountable in their cohorts for creating real movement within themselves, while challenging others to do the same.”
For more information, contact Abrina Schnurman-Crook at 540-362-7488 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To register, visit the Executive Certificate in Leadership Registration page. While official enrollment ends February 14, the enrollment process will conclude as soon as the program is full. At that point, a wait list for priority registration in 2019 will begin.