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Leadership Course

Project Management - Identifying, Analyzing, and Managing Project Risk

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Clarissa Corbin, PMP

Risk cannot be avoided. So, the best way to manage an unavoidable situation is to plan for and identify the potential obstacles and possible solutions. This class revolves around the advanced practices for identifying, communicating, managing, and controlling project risks. This class is very interactive and includes discussions, hands-on exercises, scenarios, and case studies.

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Audit Course

Grants Management Overview

calendar icon greyAugust 15 - 20, 2022

David Rykken

The Grants Management Overview course will provide updated information about grants and cooperative agreements, including the responsibilities of recipients and key tasks that must be completed during the project period.  This course will be informative for administrative, finance and program staff from organizations that are involved with grant implementation.  It will also be relevant for new staff on existing grants who do not have extensive experience in grants management.

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Leadership Course

Communication Skills for Leaders

calendar icon greyAugust 24 - 25, 2022

Le'Angela Ingram

Overcome barriers to effective office communications. Develop strategies to increase your ability to be understood by identifying your own communication style and that of others. Explore methods of interpreting verbal and nonverbal feedback and the use of appropriate repetition to clarify communications.  Communicating during periods of change can create conflict; participants will examine methods to best communicate during times of transition.

This course uses lectures, discussions, and small group exercises focused on building the following competencies: leadership, supervisory skills, effective communication, developing effective vision, and innovation.

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Leadership Course

Creative and Critical Thinking 

calendar icon greyAugust 30, 2022

Michael Binder

In this session, we will explore why creative and critical thinking are essential tools of auditor proficiency that should be applied throughout all phases of the audit process. The session will discuss personal and organizational challenges to creative thinking and change for breakthrough ways of seeing problems and considering new possible solutions. The presentation will include brain training exercises and tools to get participants thinking more abstractly to look beyond the obvious and use process techniques for generating new ideas for action. This class will explore the power of "why" in looking for root causes of problems, and the power of the possible in considering new opportunities and threats for forward thinking recommendations.

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Audit Course

Leadership, Motivation, and Accountability for High-Performance Audit Organizations

calendar icon greyAugust 30, 2022

Michael Binder

What makes a good leader? How do we motivate others? And how do we create an environment where staff members are fully accountable? These are the basic ingredients for high performing organizations – but in many audit organizations we promote or hire staff into management or leadership positions based upon their demonstrated technical skills, without preparing them to step into a leadership role requiring an entirely different set of knowledge, skills and abilities – which becomes self-perpetuating as their only reference may be their own managers who were also promoted based upon technical skill – and never learned to lead. 

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