This winter and spring, Warren County Community College Continuing Education Department presents a specially designed seven-course series in Leadership Development.
Through practical, skills-based learning, participants will learn the theories, methods, and techniques to enable them to become more effective leaders. Students who successfully complete all seven courses will earn the Certificate in Leadership from WCCC. Each class is just one day.
Courses may also be taken individually based upon the students’ interests. Each course takes place from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Mondays beginning with “Understanding Leadership and Traits” on Jan. 16, and concluding with “Overcoming Obstacles in Leadership,” on April 3. Other courses include “Strengths-based Leadership” (Jan. 23), “Developing Key Leadership Skills” (Feb. 6), “Creating A Vision and Constructive Climate” (Feb. 20), “Handling Conflict” (March 6), and “Ethics In Leadership” (March 20).
“For those looking to get a real grasp of leadership development and what it entails, this program provides that and more,” said Eve Azar, Vice President, Corporate and Continuing Education. “It’s great for those looking to break into the field and also for those already in the field but are looking to expand upon their knowledge.”
Over the duration of the series classes will cover topics such as leadership traits, building a leadership profile, case studies of leadership, community building, effective communication, character and ethics, and Path-Goal Theory.
Each class costs $74. All classes take place at the WCCC Phillipsburg Education Center, 445 Marshall Street, and run from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. For more information or to enroll, visit www.warren.edu/ce or call 908-689-7613.