CSU and Middle Georgia State Team Up to Host Program for Leaders
COLUMBUS, Ga. – The Leadership Institute at Columbus State University and Middle Georgia State University have teamed up to host “How Deep is Your Bench? Leadership Excellence Certification for Rookie Leaders,” a series of programs for front-line managers and emerging leaders in Middle Georgia.
Beginning in January, sessions will be held on Middle Georgia State University's Macon Campus, from 8 a.m. to noon, on the second Wednesday of each month.
In a 2014 survey by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services, 77 percent of respondents said front-line managers are important in helping their organization reach business goals, yet only 12 percent said their organization currently invests sufficiently in the development of front-line managers. A lack of leadership development for front-line managers negatively impacts employee engagement productivity, quality, customer service and turnover, the report said. Because they are great workers, many front-line employees are promoted but many lack people-management skills and discover that achieving results through others is a challenge.
With interactive and entertaining sessions titled "Not Right or Wrong, Just Different," "Working With You is Killing Me" and "Change is Good, You Go First," attendees will learn relevant skills they can use in their professional and personal lives.
Participants can choose from individual sessions or attend them all. Individual sessions start at $159 each. The full program and Leadership Excellence Certification is $1,250, a savings of $418 versus purchasing individual sessions.
View the full program, including session descriptions and dates, and enroll your employees today at www.HowDeepisYourBench.com.
About Leadership Institute at Columbus State University
The Leadership Institute at Columbus State University is a university-based consulting group that provides expertise and training in leadership development, team building, assessments, executive coaching and strategic planning. Founded in 2005, the Leadership Institute has worked with more than 200 organizations and helped develop thousands of leaders. For more information, visit www.ColumbusState.edu/Leadership.
About Middle Georgia State University
Middle Georgia State University (MGA) serves about 7,700 students on campuses in Macon, Cochran, Dublin, Eastman, and Warner Robins. MGA offers dozens of programs—from Business to Nursing to Information Technology to New Media & Communications—that lead to bachelor's degrees. MGA began offering master’s programs in 2016. MGA is home to Georgia’s only public School of Aviation, which is based on the Eastman Campus. MGA’s mission is to educate and graduate inspired, lifelong learners whose scholarship and careers enhance the region through professional leadership, innovative partnerships and community engagement.