Course in Journalism and Mass Communication in Illinois in USA

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Journalism and Mass Communication

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15 Week Program - Digital Media

Tribeca Flashpoint College
Campus Full time 180 hours September 2018 USA Chicago

Tribeca Flashpoint College offers 15-week programs consisting of Tribeca Flashpoint courses selected to align with your college curriculum. [+]

Tribeca Flashpoint College offers 15-week programs consisting of Tribeca Flashpoint courses selected to align with your college curriculum.

Students should check with their home institution to see if college credits earned in Tribeca Flashpoint's 15-week program are applicable toward their diploma

Program includes 180 class hours All texts and materials Two meals per day (weekdays) Homestay or dormitory accommodations Ground transportation to and from the airport Optional English language classes [-]

Contract Program: Managing Conflict

Foster College of Business Administration at Bradley University
Campus Part time 1 day September 2018 USA Peoria Chicago + 1 more

Examine the reframed thinking and associated behaviors essential for capturing and dealing with creative conflict. [+]

Healthy conflict can provide the "spark" that organizations need in order to create, innovate and grow. Unhealthy conflict, however, can disrupt, demoralize and destroy. It's important to you, as a leader, to be able to tell the difference between the two in order to create a culture where healthy conflict thrives.

This one-day workshop will help you harness the energy created by conflict in your organization through a new approach called "confluence".

By fully understanding the potential and positive benefits of healthy conflict, you will find that your perception and attitude toward conflict will change. Once this change occurs, you'll be introduced to specific conflict management skills that you can immediately put to work in your organization.... [-]


Contract Program: Leading Through The Written Word

Foster College of Business Administration at Bradley University
Campus Part time 1 day September 2018 USA Peoria Chicago + 1 more

Business people at all levels learn how to lead, motivate, and direct others more effectively by using the techniques of clear, forceful business writing. [+]

Business people at all levels learn how to lead, motivate, and direct others more effectively by using the techniques of clear, forceful business writing.

Whether it's for a speech, a company-wide communiqué or an article for a trade journal, most leaders are required to be business writers from time to time. And, since few managers fancy themselves as professional writers, the task can be intimidating.

This one-day workshop is designed to provide leaders with new insight and understanding of their natural work communication patterns. By objectively understanding all the "signals" they are sending to others in the organization, leaders can make the adjustments they need to increase their workplace communications effectiveness and workplace synergy ... and to decrease the potential for conflict.... [-]