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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Conducting the Performance Appraisal Meeting

This workshop provides a practice-based approach to learning coaching skills. Techniques for utilizing coaching skills in a variety of situations are offered in role-play activities. Participants will also learn how to incorporate their employees’ performance evaluations into a “professional development plan” that will be used as that employee’s model for coaching throughout the year. Read More About This Program

Coping with Difficult Behaviors

Through the use of self-assessments, strategy planning exercises and case studies, participants will learn to identify and use strategies to overcome or better cope with difficult behaviors in the workplace. Read More About This Program

Crash the Barriers: Build Your Team

Learn how you REALLY operate within a team and how you set your team up for success or failure. This program is designed to teach you, as a leader, how to build teams and group interactions through a totally hands-on experience. Read More About This Program

Creating a Shared Vision Facilitated Session

In this facilitated session, participants will come together to discuss their vision for their organization moving forward. With open discussion, they will create an action plan for accomplishing the tasks required to attain the vision. Read More About This Program

Creating an Accountable Culture

In today’s empowered team environment, managers must encourage accountability for innovation, creative problem solving and effective performance. Through demonstrations, self-analysis and discussion, you will learn skills and develop an action plan to deal with one of the most challenging employee mindsets: the resistor to change. Read More About This Program

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