Our unique, strengths-based, blended learning Leadership and Coaching Development program is designed for middle managers and supervisors who want to effectively lead their teams. Our expert instructors will lead you through four sequential modules of online learning and classroom practice. You will identify and build on your personal leadership style, develop your coaching goals, practice new skills in your workplace, and finalize your Leadership Action Plan.
This blended learning program, offered through Continuing Education, consists of 24 hours online and 24 hours in the classroom. Online components are self-paced. Classroom sessions are located at Saskatchewan Polytechnic's Regina Campus.
Module 1: Defining Leadership (online 6 weeks)
Module 2: Leading and Coaching Teams (classroom 2.5 days)
Module 3: Coaching Practice in the Workplace (online 6 weeks)
Module 4: Leadership Toolbox (classroom 1 day)
Through each module, you will gain and become able to apply specific skills.
This program is eligible for the Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant.
Staff working for registered charities in social services or early learning and child care fields may qualify for a tuition grant from the Muttart Foundation. For more information, contact Tara Stang (firstname.lastname@example.org) or apply online at Muttart Foundation Bursary.
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