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CPE 1010 Project Management Essentials

In today's dynamic environment, supervisors, managers and other professionals are frequently involved in leading projects. When projects are well led, they are completed on time and under budget, effectively and efficiently, and recognized by all team members as a positive experience. Through a series of four courses, participants will explore the tools and knowledge needed to succeed with experimental learning and a variety of planning exercises/activities designed with an action/ learning focus.

This program is designed for entry level managers, technical personnel, and other professionals involved in managing projects of all sizes. Supervisors or other individuals whose functions overlap with project management tasks will also benefit from this program.

CPE 1011 Defining and Planning Projects
CPE 1012 Understanding Project Management Tools and Uses
CPE 1013 Leading Projects and Teams
CPE 1014 Controlling Projects to Completion

CPE 1020 Project Management Application

Improve your project management competence with this comprehensive five course program series that includes instruction and application activities associated with each phase of a project life cycle from initiating to closing, or start to finish. A common methodology can help to provide consistency of practices from one project to the next.

The program series is designed for individuals with project management responsibilities, including: project managers, coordinators, project team members, project stakeholders, supervisors, as well as those who may become involved in project management activities in the future. The program series is aligned with the Project Management Institute’s (PMI)® Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) and integrated into each course

CPE 1022 Planning Projects
CPE 1022 Planning Projects
CPE 1023 Executing Projects
CPE 1024 Monitoring & Controlling Projects
CPE 1025 Closing Projects

CPE 2000 Professional and Personal Development 

CPE 2204 Enhancing Communications in the Workplace 
CPE 2206 Managing Multiple Priorities
CPE 2207 Enhancing Workplace Relationships 
CPE 2208 Embracing a Climate of Motivation and Engagement 
CPE 2209 Enhancing Your Emotional Intelligence 
CPE 2210 Communicating Respectfully in Today’s Workplace 
CPE 2211 Responding to Conflict in the Workplace 
CPE 2212 Engaging in Teamwork 
CPE 2307 Business Writing Styles 
CPE 2308 Business Writing Grammar

CPE 3000 Front-Line Supervisor - Master Program 

This master program is comprised of five individual programs designed for new frontline supervisors, project leaders, and group leaders who have had little formal training in this important leadership role. The courses covers the basic competencies needed to supervise and lead others to greater individual, team, and organizational performance. For experienced supervisors, the twenty short courses offer the benefit of a comprehensive skill update; for people expected to move into supervision, it is an excellent advance preparation.

CPE 3010 Supervisory Fundamentals

CPE 3011 Understanding Supervisory Roles and Functions
CPE 3012 Fostering Effective Communication
CPE 3013 Building Collaborative Interpersonal Relationships
CPE 3014 Promoting Contemporary Leadership Practices

CPE 3021 Performance Management 

CPE 3021 Creating a Climate of Motivation and Engagement
CPE 3022 Shaping Performance Expectations
CPE 3023 Developing Performance Coaching Techniques
CPE 3024 Addressing Difficult Performance Situations

CPE 3030 Teamwork and Cooperation 

CPE 3031 Understanding Team Roles and Responsibilities
CPE 3032 Developing Team Skills and Processes
CPE 3033 Resolving Team Challenges
CPE 3034 Enhancing Influence and Negotiation Skills

CPE 3040 Workplace Improvement 

CPE 3041 Applying Systematic Problem Solving
CPE 3042 Implementing Time and Priority Management
CPE 3043 Facilitating Effective Meetings
CPE 3044 Understanding and Resolving Conflicts

CPE 3050 Workplace Excellence 

CPE 3051 Framing Customer Perceptions and Expectations
CPE 3052 Creating a Culture of Continuous Improvement
CPE 3053 Identifying and Implementing Improvement Initiatives
CPE 3054 Presenting Initiatives with Confidence

CPE 4100 Mid-Level Manager - People, Processes, and Operations 

This program comprised of ten short courses is designed for functional managers, coordinators, directors, administrators, project managers and others who may or may not have supervisory and managerial responsibilities and demonstrate high leadership potential. Its purpose is to ensure that participants develop an adequate understanding of the contemporary leadership competencies and practices that are needed to function across organizational units and engage effectively in today’s changing global business environment.

CPE 4010 Interpreting the Changing Role of the Leader
CPE 4101 Implementing Organizational Change Initiatives
CPE 2204 Enhancing Communication in the Workplace
CPE 4044 Leading Through Conflicts in the Workplace
CPE 4701 Coaching for Exemplary Performance
CPE 4102 Developing Global Business Acumen
CPE 3309 Solving Problems and Making Ethical Decisions
CPE 4302 Examining Financial Knowledge Essentials
CPE 1110 Understanding Project Budgeting and Justification
CPE 1109 Leading Complex Projects

CPE 4500 Senior Executive - Strategic Initiatives 

This program is comprised of six short courses designed for senior leaders. Its purpose is to provide an opportunity to develop the higher-level skills required for leaders to work cross-functionally in their organizations. The program focuses on organizational best practices and criteria for performance excellence. Leaders have the opportunity to build their leadership awareness and skills and examine the alignment of those skills with organizational realities. It also includes project work where participants apply their learning by developing a personal action plan related to their organizations.

CPE 4501 Developing Leadership in Organizations
CPE 4502 Facilitating Strategic Planning
CPE 4503 Promoting Organizational Focus on the Customer
CPE 4504 Understanding Measurement, Analysis and Knowledge Management
CPE 4505 Fostering a Workforce Focus
CPE 4506 Establishing and Operations Focus

CPE 3005 Institute for Faculty Leadership 

This program provides an opportunity for faculty to reflect on themselves as leaders and recognize the diverse challenges they face. The program is comprised of fourteen short courses designed primarily for faculty engaged in or preparing for leadership assignments. Its purpose is to ensure that faculty develop an adequate understanding of the contemporary leadership competencies that are needed to function effectively in today's higher education environment and to grow professionally.

CPE 4010 Interpreting the Changing Role of the Leader
CPE 3014 Promoting Contemporary Leadership Practices
CPE 3012 Fostering Effective Communication
CPE 3013 Building Collaborative Interpersonal Relationships
CPE 3044 Understanding and Resolving Conflicts
CPE 3021 Creating a Climate of Motivation and Engagement
CPE 4701 Coaching for Exemplary Performance
CPE 3032 Developing Teams Skills and Processes
CPE 3091 Adhering to General Services and Regulatory Obligations
CPE 3092 Understanding Financial and Operational Metrics, Grants and Fundraising
CPE 4101 Implementing Organizational Change Initiatives
CPE 3052 Creating a Culture of Continuous Improvement
CPE 3093 Examining Curriculum and Academic Affairs
CPE 3094 Understanding the Enrollment Management Process

CPE 5800 Enhancing Client Relationship Skills 

This intensive two-session series is for technical specialists, product leaders, service providers, customer relationship representatives, business owners, and others who desire to build their client relationship competence and create win-win solutions.

CPE 5801 Developing Your Client Relationship Advantage
CPE 5802 Building Advanced Client Relationship Skills

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