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Talent development programs may be taken individually to develop a particular competency or in combination with other programs to earn a certificate. Kent State's Center for Corporate and Professional Development can also work with you to tailor any program and deliver it onsite for your employee group.

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5S+/Visual Workplace

5S+ is the foundation for a disciplined approach to organizing and standardizing the physical condition of the workplace. Explore and practice the concepts and implementation techniques of the five pillars of the visual workplace Read More About This Program

Advanced Skills for Managing Projects

In this follow-up to the two-day Essential Skills for Managing Projects program, you will take a more in-depth look at critical topics in project management. The tools and principles taught in this program are based on the Project Management Institute's Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). Read More About This Program

An Introduction to Lean Six Sigma

For years many companies have struggled with the dilemma of which improvement program to use: Lean or Six Sigma. While some continue to debate the issue, others have come to realize that Lean and Six Sigma can work well together to improve processes, increase quality and drive out costs. Read More About This Program

Are You in Touch – With You? Emotional Intelligence

Emotions are lifelines to the self-awareness and self-preservation that connect us to others. Being able to control impulse and to motivate oneself in the face of frustration is imperative to success in today’s workplace. Participants will learn the concepts of emotional intelligence and identify how they can increase their EI. Read More About This Program

Basics of Employment Law

Basic employment law training is critical for the 21st century supervisor and manager. It simply makes good business sense to try to avoid costly human resource mistakes made by untrained supervisors. In addition, failure to train supervisors in the basics of employment law is proving costly for employers before the judicial system. Read More About This Program

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