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Management Assessment for Personal Planning and Development

 

Self-evaluation is the cornerstone of outstanding management. With results from a series of self-assessments completed before class, learn how your own style and needs compare with those of other public managers and with your agency goals. Discover strategies to build on your identified strengths and address possible limitations. Utilize in-depth discussion and analysis to improve your understanding of yourself, and promote excellence in public management.

Benefits and Learning Outcomes

  • Describe yourself in terms of your communication and interpersonal styles, learning styles, and DQG role efficacy
  • Understand how your self-perceived strengths and preferred styles contribute to effective managerial performance
  • Recognize the styles and strengths of those you supervise to increase the productivity and morale of your work unit
  • Develop a personal professional development plan that makes note of personal styles and strengths, and proposes training and education activities to address areas of need

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Notes
You must register by January 8, 2014 so that you can complete the self-assessments before class. Class time will be used for discussion and analysis.

This is a required Supervisory Core Class for those seeking the Certified Public Manager designation.

  Sessions  
Dates and locations to be announced.
Fee: $165
CEUs: 0.6, CEUs: 0.6
Email us with your interest, contact:
Shirley J. Burks (Bufford), Program Director, sbufford@uwm.edu, 414-227-3157
 

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