Supervisory Leadership Certification Program Courses
Successfully complete the full program of six (6) courses and you will earn a certification in Supervisory Leadership. You will receive a certificate attesting that you successfully mastered the competencies addressed in the program, which you can use to obtain CEUs for your profession. In addition, your successful completion of the program will earn you automatic admittance to the nationally recognized Nebraska Certified Public Manager® Program, so that you can continue your professional development.
Specifically, SLCP will help you develop in these five overarching competencies:
- Understand your role as a supervisor
- Increase your self-awareness
- Learn how to build relationships and communicate effectively both internally and externally
- Learn how to effectively manage diverse work groups and teams
- Learn how to effectively manage change in yourself and in your organization
Course Topics Include:
- Emerging Leadership and the Role of the Supervisor
- Meeting Yourself
- Supervising People, Managing Diversity
- TEAM: Together Everyone Achieves More
- Stop! Think! Communicate!
- How to Create an Ethical Environment
Structure of the Program
All courses within the Supervisory Leadership Certification Program will be offered as 8-hour sessions held in person on campus at UNO. Each course will be delivered in ways that actively engage participants in dialogue with experts and each other on major issues in supervision. Participants will be given readings and other assignments before class that will not be covered during the session. Courses will involve some online pre- or post-class work.
One course will be offered each month. If you wish to complete the entire program, you may do so in six months. The courses are designed to build on each other throughout the year. However, you may take them out of sequence if that meets your needs. Special note: each class must have at least 10 registrants to be held. courses are scheduled , each of an orientation, 17 courses, and a major project. Through a combination of online and on-campus sessions over a calendar year, professionals of all educational backgrounds gain the knowledge and skills they need to become stronger leaders, managers and supervisors who better understand work processes and know how to encourage innovation and new approaches to problem solving.
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