Regardless of whether you are a mid- or senior-level manager, or a leader in the midst of major or more subtle organizational change, the University of Georgia's Executive Education course, Leading for Engagement: Principles of Transformational Leadership, is a must-attend learning opportunity.
Participants will learn:
The curriculum includes a number of questionnaires to gauge leadership style. Additionally, employee assessment tools will be provided so that managers can better determine their employees' view of their work and their level of engagement.
Key learning outcomes of the program include:
Earn a Certificate in Business Leadership from University of Georgia, Terry College of Business, Executive Programs by completing this program and any combination totaling 5 days of programs listed here - http://executive.terry.uga.edu/businessleadership
Jason Colquitt, PhD
Dr. Jason Colquitt is a Professor of Management in the Terry College of Business at The University of Georgia where he holds the William Harry Willson Distinguished Chair of Business. Dr. Colquitt served a prominent professional appointment as the editor in chief of the Academy of Management Journal from 2011 to 2013.
His research interests include fairness, trust, and team effectiveness within organizations and personality influences on performance. He has published more than 30 articles in top journals, including the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, and the Journal of Applied Psychology.
Dr. Colquitt has served on six editorial boards and has been an ad hoc reviewer for 18 different research journals related to the field of organizational behavior. He received his undergraduate degree from Indiana University and his PhD from Michigan State University.
on engagement and a new vocabulary on leadership. They're going to know why their employees are or are not engaged and why they are or are not effective as leaders driving engagement.
Jason Colquitt, PhD, William Harry Willson Distinguished Chair of Business, Terry College of Business, The University of Georgia
Colquitt brings an impressive background as both an academic researcher and practitioner. He has served on six editorial boards and been an ad hoc reviewer for 18 different research journals related to the field of organizational behavior. He also is Editor in Chief of the Academy of Management Journal, which is regarded as the top empirical journal in the field of management.