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Leadership and Supervisory

Leaders are grown, not born. Whether you are early in your career and beginning to learn your leadership style or further along and needing to hone your skills, the University of Wisconsin-Parkside's leadership and supervisory training can help. Our trainings will position you to lead with vision in today's diverse and ever-changing business environment and establish yourself as an effective, inclusive leader.

Available Trainings

DiSC
Everything DiSC Workplace®
  • Type: Virtual
  • Start Date: 03/04/2022
  • End Date: 03/04/2022
  • Meeting Time(s): 9 am-12 pm
  • Cost: $229 by Feb 18, then $259
  • Includes: Certificate, Badge

Everything DiSC Workplace® delivers a comprehensive, easily customizable workplace development solution to engage every employee—regardless of title or position, department or function—in building more productive and effective relationships at work. Everything DiSC Workplace will help you discover your DiSC® styles, understand your reactions to coworkers, and build more effective work relationships.

AbbyWaters Russ Kinkade, Psy.D.

Dr. Kinkade is a clinical and consulting psychologist with over 30 years of experience in both clinical and corporate arenas. He is active as a corporate trainer, consultant and coach, focusing on Leadership Development and Performance Management from a
Strengths-based, Purpose-Driven, Inside-Out perspective.

Dr. Kinkade has private clinical and consulting practice with offices in Racine and Pewaukee Wisconsin. His clinical specialties include the Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT) of Anxiety, Mood and Personality Disorders. His consulting/coaching practice focuses on developing leaders from the Inside-Out (Self-Team-Organization) with an emphasis on self-awareness and emotional intelligence.

Learning Objectives:
1. Discover your own DiSC® style: recognize the priorities, motivators, and stress triggers that shape your workplace experience
2. Explore other styles: understand the differences and similarities among the DiSC® styles
3. Identify strategies to make more meaningful connections with colleagues of various styles and work more effectively to reduce tension, solve problems, and contribute positively to your organizations

Program Components:
Everything DiSC Workplace® Profile
Participants will receive a 20-page, research-validated, online assessment. Their personalized report will explore the priorities that drive them and identify three key strategies—based on individual DiSC profiles—for increasing their effectiveness in working with other styles Training Components

MODULE ONE: Discovering Your DiSC Style Participants walk through the framework of the DiSC model. They learn about their DiSC styles, how their priorities influence their actions, and what motivates and stresses them.

MODULE TWO: Understanding Other’s Styles Participants identify a person they want to understand better so that they can work more effectively with that person. Understanding differences and sources of potential conflict through the lens of the DiSC model is explored.

MODULE THREE: Building Effective Relationships Participants will learn how others have bridged their differences using DiSC, practice using DiSC to build more effective relationships at work and write an action plan for building more effective relationships. Additionally, a people-reading exercise will assist participants in recognizing people’s DiSC styles based on their behavioral cues.

What resources do I need for this workshop?
This class will take place using Zoom. In order to participate in this course you must have a computer, access to the internet, and an up-to-date web browser. If you are unsure or need assistance, please contact Javan Pham at phamj@uwp.edu or 262-595-2498.

What background knowledge/ prerequisites are necessary?
None! No matter where you are at in your professional career, this training will prepare you to build more productive and effective professional relationships.

What is a badge?
Think of a badge as a digital credential or award for the completion of your training. Badges are a great way to display your skills to the world and can be shared on Twitter, Facebook, and to your LinkedIn profile!

ABC Leadership
Emerging Leaders: The ABC's of Successful Leadership
  • Type: Virtual
  • Start Date: 03/25/2022
  • End Date: 03/25/2022
  • Meeting Time(s): 8:30 am-12 pm
  • Cost: $149, Group Discounts Available
  • Includes: Certificate, Badge

Leadership and Management are two vital elements of an efficient workplace that sometimes get combined into one role. In this workshop, you will create an intentional action plan that can drive your development while enabling the success of your organization. 

You will also complete a guided workbook and breakout exercises to:
• Identify the common traits and behaviors of effective leaders
• Recognize different leadership styles and how to discover your own personal leadership style 
• Learn the impact of Antecedents, Behaviors, and Consequences and how to conduct a base level team analysis 
• Coach based on High Impact Behaviors that can sustain or improve business results
• Learn to manage diverse responses to times of conflict and change 

EdEgan Ed Egan

Ed Egan spent 26 years in the manufacturing sector of a global fortune 100 company. He started his career as a shop floor operator and through hard work and continuing education ended up as a Global Learning Leader before he left the Corporate World to start Double E Workplace Solutions. Throughout his career, his passion for learning and taking on new challenges opened the doors to many different career growth opportunities. Ed received his Bachelors of Science in Management from Cardinal Stritch University. He is a Registered Corporate Coach with the Worldwide Association of Business Coaches and has received certificates in Human Resources Management, Career coaching, and is a Six Sigma Green Belt.

You will learn to:
• Identify and address the current versus the desired culture 
• Identify the positives that are currently taking place and how those can be leveraged. 
• Identify the impact of their role when managing change 
• Create personal leadership development plans
• Define why people do what they do 
• Set expectations for desired behaviors 
• Learn how to role model the desired behaviors 
• Establish team goals around the desired behaviors
• Be consistent with their words and actions
• Identify what causes team conflict  
• Hold self and others to commitments
• Apply effective communication focused on desired behaviors 
• Identify how to break down Behavior “Labels” to pinpoint desired behaviors.

What resources do I need for this workshop?
This class will take place using Zoom. In order to participate in this course you must have a computer, access to the internet, and an up-to-date web browser. If you are unsure or need assistance, please contact Javan Pham at phamj@uwp.edu or 262-595-2498.

What background knowledge/ prerequisites are necessary?
This introductory course is designed for existing or emerging leaders/managers who want to learn the nuances between leadership and management behaviors.

What is a badge?
Think of a badge as a digital credential or award for the completion of your training. Badges are a great way to display your skills to the world and can be shared on Twitter, Facebook, and to your LinkedIn profile!

LOOKING FOR MORE?

Check out our expanded catalog of online courses. 
 

Explore Leadership  Explore Management  Explore Business

PROFESSIONAL AND

CONTINUING EDUCATION


Mon-Fri  |  8 am-4:30 pm 
262-595-3340
continuing.ed@uwp.edu

 

900 Wood Rd.
Kenosha, WI 53144 
Tallent Hall 202
Parking: Lot T

The University of Wisconsin-Parkside is committed to providing access, equal opportunity, and reasonable accommodation in its services, program activities, education, and employment for individuals with disabilities. To request disability accommodations, contact Professional and Continuing Education at least eight weeks in advance at: 262-595-3340 (V), 262-595-2513 (FAX), or email continuing.ed@uwp.edu.
 

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