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Courses are intended to be taken by those wishing to further their personal development. Whether you take the courses in a classroom or online, there are a variety of specialized study areas.

Communication classes help students build a wide array of highly valuable skills that open up a variety of career opportunities in the years to come. These skills are highly sought after across several industries, meaning students may have an unparalleled freedom when it comes to choosing a job.

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Emails have come to dominate professional and business life, but how effective are yours? This course will teach you when to choose email and how to use it to build your ... [+]

Emails have come to dominate professional and business life, but how effective are yours? This course will teach you when to choose email and how to use it to build your professional image, productivity, and relationships.

Your instructor Judi is an experienced leader and leadership coach, whose career has included a focus on communications training with a particular emphasis on email.

Not all emails are equal and we need to write in different styles to meet different purposes. However, all good emails share the same core features and so this course covers

How to begin and end your emails The importance of headings Fitting in with the culture of your organization or sector Getting the tone right What to avoid at all costs! ... [-]
USA USA Online
Open Enrollment
Part-time
Online
Of Course Learning

Emails have come to dominate professional and business life, but how effective are yours? This course will teach you when to choose email and how to use it to build your ... [+]

Emails have come to dominate professional and business life, but how effective are yours? This course will teach you when to choose email and how to use it to build your professional image, productivity and relationships.

Your instructor Judi is an experienced leader and leadership coach, whose career has included a focus on communications training with a particular emphasis on email.

Not all emails are equal and we need to write in different styles to meet different purposes. However, all good emails share the same core features and so this course covers

How to begin and end your emails The importance of headings Fitting in with the culture of your organisation or sector Getting the tone right What to avoid at all costs! ... [-]
USA USA Online
Open Enrollment
Part-time
Online
University of Wisconsin Eau Claire College of Business

The Student Professional Development Program is a series of non-credit workshops designed to give business students the skills they need to present themselves in a profes ... [+]

The Student Professional Development Program is a series of non-credit workshops designed to give business students the skills they need to present themselves in a professional manner throughout their career.

The Student Professional Development Program consists of four workshops: career planning, professional appearance, professional etiquette, and the job campaign. The workshops are a graduation requirement for all College of Business Majors. Students are encouraged to take all four prior to applying for an internship.

Workshops involve professionals from the community. Because every contact students make should form a positive and professional impression, we recommend that students dress in business casual attire. Appropriate attire for men and women may include a polo, button-up shirt or sweater with khakis or dress pants. ... [-]

USA Eau Claire
September 2019
Part-time
Campus
University of Tulsa College of Business Administration

This six-hour seminar covers various forms of business etiquette: first and lasting impressions, the power of the handshake, protocol for introductions, business card et ... [+]

We eat at our desks in front of our computers; email replaces face-to-face conversation. It’s no wonder our manners are rusty. One news article went as far to say what we see today is “an ill-mannered workplace epidemic.” Somehow we have come to think that as long as we have the required skill set for the job, our manners don’t matter.

In reality, today’s competitive business climate and global economy, proper protocol and etiquette are playing a paramount role in day-to-day business encounters. And companies today are often appalled by behaviors unbecoming an employee. This seminar is specifically designed for people (and companies) who want to polish their skills and improve their professional image. ... [-]

USA Tulsa Toledo
June 2019
Part-time
1 day
Campus
Seattle Pacific University School of Business and Economics

To influence others and create collaborative agreements. This course is designed to improve your ability to communicate persuasively, negotiate with confidence and influe ... [+]

What you will learn:

You will learn to improve your skills at influencing decision-making and negotiating.

Develop techniques to influence effectively Gain support for your ideas and plans Use reflective listening to understand objections Collaborate to determine a final strategy

Length:

One- half day session of classroom instruction followed by a series of web-based reinforcement tools. Purpose of this course:

To influence others and create collaborative agreements. This course is designed to improve your ability to communicate persuasively, negotiate with confidence and influence the decision-making process.

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USA Seattle
September 2019
Part-time
1 day
Campus
Seattle Pacific University School of Business and Economics

An exclusive from Seattle Research Partners, this highly interactive course explores ways people negotiate to create value and resolve disputes. You will be engaged in a ... [+]

Business issues require a balancing act on paradoxical teeter-totters. We need stability to get things done, but global needs are constantly changing. We need to know what we're doing because the wolves of competition are always at the door, but things have never been so complex and uncertain. In the past, organizations have looked to bureaucratic practices for getting things done. Bosses create rules and make decisions. But in international situations we need more organic, flexible ways of organizing under conditions of change, uncertainty, and diversity. We need to be much better at working things out among ourselves, rather than relying on rules or authorities. The purpose of this seminar course is to help participants learn how to become great negotiators- who achieve results and build strong working relationships for the future.... [-]

USA Seattle
September 2019
Part-time
5 days
Campus
Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan

In a world of flat, lean organizations and new forms of global partnerships, effective negotiation strategies and skills are essential for individual success. ... [+]

Overview In a world of flat, lean organizations and new forms of global partnerships, effective negotiation strategies and skills are essential for individual success. From an organizational perspective, the negotiation process is a key element in value creation. In this program, you will actively examine negotiations with external parties and negotiations within organizations. Primary emphasis is on negotiation strategies that enable individuals to create value in a manner that enhances long-term relationships. The program will also address cultural differences affecting negotiating styles.

Who Should Attend Individuals from a wide range of organizations, industries, and functional backgrounds throughout Asia-Pacific are encouraged to attend. You will gain the greatest benefit from this program if you are a manager seeking to:Create value for your organization through the use of negotiation and dispute-resolution strategies and skills. Enhance your encounters with customers, employees, suppliers, partners, prospective partners, investors, or other stakeholders. ... [-]

USA Ann Arbor
October 2019
Part-time
3 days
Campus
Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan

An executive education course that emphasizes all four situational negotiation strategies. ... [+]

* Increase your confidence to create value and resolve disputes * Boost your negotiating effectiveness with business partners, customers, employees, and other stakeholders * Build strong relationships through skillful dispute eesolution * Drive your organization's success through better negotiations '

Who Should Attend This program is recommended for senior and mid-level managers who seek to develop their skills and confidence in deal making, strategic influencing, and negotiation. Past participants have held positions such as general manager, president, vice president, and director, as well as managers of specific functional area such as Sales and Marketing, Operations, HR, Supply Chain and Strategic Planning.... [-]

USA Ann Arbor
April 2019
Part-time
3 days
Campus
University of Washington Foster School of Business

Develop the skills to analyze and structure negotiations and gain a deeper understanding of your personal negotiation style. Learn practical solutions and positive approa ... [+]

Become an effective negotiator by learning proven techniques to build and maintain relationships, apply appropriate power and influence, structure agreements and develop buy-in. In this interactive two-day Negotiating Skills seminar, you'll practice the methods employed by skilled negotiators so you can:

Develop a framework that leads to win-win solutions Resolve difficult situations using dispute settlement skills Learn powerful strategies for planning, negotiating and implementing agreements Select the best mix of tools for your personal negotiation style Achieve your goals and maintain critical relationships

Focused Topics

An Integrated Approach to Negotiation - How to achieve your goals while building and maintaining relationships. Recognizing and responding to differing communication and decision-making styles. Key strategies for ensuring that agreements are implemented. ... [-]

USA Seattle San Francisco
September 2019
Part-time
2 days
Campus
Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University

This course is for nonprofit leaders who want their organization to be better aligned with mission and to achieve its potential. ... [+]

In a resource constrained environment, nonprofits increasingly are employing cooperative agreements to further their mission and better meet social needs. Nonprofit leaders and funders must think creatively and strategically about how best to leverage resources with others to add value through alliances. In where sectoral lines cross one another, partnering occurs within and between sectors taking many forms and unique characteristics.

The course deals with how nonprofits can better partner with each other and particularly where nonprofits and businesses both succeed through strategic partnering. Much attention is given to alliance success and failure and how to negotiate and manage alliances.... [-]

USA Evanston Midland
September 2019
Part-time
3 days
Campus
Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University

This program will give you the skills and confidence to plan and implement more effective negotiation strategies and reach more satisfactory outcomes. Thorough preparatio ... [+]

Negotiate your way to success. Gain the skills to implement effective negotiation strategy and reach more satisfactory outcomes. Examine how strategic alliances, global competition, licensing agreements, and the use of teams have all changed the face of negotiations today - and how managers who stay on top of these changes get results.

Prior to this program, you will complete a web-based survey that will assess your negotiation style. During the seminar, you will plan, negotiate, receive feedback, and discuss negotiation strategy.

This program will give you the skills and confidence to plan and implement more effective negotiation strategies and reach more satisfactory outcomes. Thorough preparation and effective implementation of negotiation strategy are the keys to successful negotiation, and this program will teach you how to use negotiation strategy to prepare for and carry out successful negotiations.... [-]

USA Evanston Midland
September 2019
Part-time
3 days
Campus
Texas Tech University Worldwide eLearning

Every profession requires communication skills. People with excellent communication skills get jobs and promotions. A minor in Technical Communication can help you learn ... [+]

Minor in Technical Communications

Every profession requires communication skills. People with excellent communication skills get jobs and promotions. A minor in Technical Communication can help you learn the skills you need to succeed, no matter where your professional life takes you.

Program Overview

Regardless of your major, a minor in Technical Communication can:

Teach you to sharpen all forms of written communication—and to give it the biggest possible impact on the world. Give you the tools to communicate with people from all walks of life and from across the world. Facilitate your ability to work in a team. Show you how to use technology to build understanding. Give you the opportunity to learn from world-class faculty. Application Process ... [-]
USA USA Online
September 2019
Full-time
Online