Full Program Listing

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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Champions Training

You will learn to become an effective Champion and/or Team Leader so that you can effectively support your continuous improvement initiatives. Understand the evolution of the continuous improvement approaches and how the various tools and techniques fit together. Read More About This Program

Coaching Accountability for Impact on People and Results

The balance between productivity and work relationships is the key to team success. When people choose difficult behaviors that inhibit a culture of accountability, this balance can be difficult to maintain. Read More About This Program

Coaching Employee Performance

In this program the facilitator provides a practice-based approach to assist participants in learning coaching skills. The focus is on techniques for coaching soft skills competencies. Read More About This Program

Coaching for Top Performance

Are you prepared to get the best from your team? The greatest impact leaders can make on their organization comes from how they deliver results through others. Coaching is vital to delivering talent in organizations, and it is an essential capability of effective leaders. Read More About This Program

Coaching Generations in the Workplace

Each of the four generations in today’s workforce defines “work” differently, requiring diverse coaching techniques. Each generation has a unique perspective of what job satisfaction, work ethic and professionalism mean to them. Anyone leading a multi-generational work team will need strategies for coaching, motivating and retaining this blended workforce. The Millennial generation’s work expectations also require future planning for any workforce that will become predominantly Millennial in the next ten years. Read More About This Program

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