UWM: New UWM Morning Management Series Explores 21st Century Leadership Issues
Issued by: Terry Gillick, 414-227-3147 or firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MILWAUKEE – Milwaukee area executives have a new source for updated information and analysis on a broad range of business topics. The Morning Management Series is a new program offered by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Continuing Education.
According to program organizer Nelson Soler: “I don’t know if there ever has been a more dynamic market environment than we have right now. Among the effects of this situation is that to upper management and administrators need to keep ‘up-to-the-moment’ current on emerging approaches to organizational leadership and management.” Soler says that the series offers a ‘strategic toolbox’ to help executives and administrators lead organizations in the 21st century.
Soler notes that the sessions deliver practical and immediately applicable information. “Just as important is that the sessions offer networking opportunities among professionals in a number of different field.” He says that each of the eight sessions offer continuing education units.
All 8-11am programs are at the UWM School of Continuing Education, 161 W. Wisconsin Ave., Seventh Floor. The fee for each session is $79, or $120 for two, and includes class materials and a continental breakfast.
The Morning Management Series schedule is:
March 2, High-Performing Organizations: The Link between The Baldrige Award and a Strong Bottom Line, presented by Mary Buchel
March 19, Love, War and Work: Strategies for Resolving Conflicts in the Workplace, Mary Wacker
Apr. 6, Six Sigma Executive Overview, Davis Bothe
Apr. 15, Creating a Coaching Culture: Moving Away from Supervision, Laura V. Page
May 6, Strategies for a Diverse Working Environment: Closing the Gap, Sheila Robinson
May 20, Dancing with the Devil: The Organizational Culture and Performance Connection, Mary Buchel
June 17, Aligning Employee Recognition Programs with Organizational Strategy, Mary Buchel
The series is presented in partnership with Buchel Associates, MB Wacker Associates, Page Consulting, The International Quality Institute and Lake Calm LLC.
To learn more about this series or any individual session, please contact Nelson Soler, Director, Business Development and Corporate Training, 414-227-3105 (FAX 414-227-3142) or email@example.com.