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The business environment of today needs good, effective and solid leadership. Leaders with these attributes are highly sought after and can often have excellent career growth opportunities. Leadership courses in Canada can help provide the skills necessary to be effective leaders. Leadership courses in Canada can be studied separately or in conjunction with an extensive leadership program. These courses have online, full-time, or part-time study options.

Leadership courses in Canada include a wide range of leadership themes: team building, critical thinking, conflict resolution, feedback, executive leadership and others. Additionally, leadership courses are often specialized to meet individual needs: executive leadership for managers, team dynamics, or creating highly effective people. These courses cover a plethora of topics and professionals from every industry are partaking. Leadership courses in Canada often include the unique aspects of Canadian culture, such as pleasantness and tranquility.

Companies are seeking effective leaders and people with means to move their company forward. Leadership courses in Canada have the flexibility to teach these skills with hands on applications. Read below to learn how leadership courses in Canada can help you succeed and be competitive in today's job market!

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Leadership Training and Development in USA or Canada or UK (Age 14 to 18)

Kingdom Education
Campus Full time Part time July 2017 Canada Calgary

This course is for you if you feel that you have the potential to be a leader – or perhaps if others feel it, but you haven’t noticed it yet. We’ll show you some of the skills that you need, and how you can develop these, even if you’re not full of self-confidence just yet. By the end of the course, you’ll notice the difference! [+]

Best Course Studies in Leadership in Canada 2017. Leadership Training and Development in USA or Canada or UK (Age 14 to 18) This course is for you if you feel that you have the potential to be a leader – or perhaps if others feel it, but you haven’t noticed it yet. We’ll show you some of the skills that you need, and how you can develop these, even if you’re not full of self-confidence just yet. By the end of the course, you’ll notice the difference! Leadership and management: You’ll start by considering the variety of leadership roles people take on, and look at the link with management – which is not the same as leadership, though there are important connections. Personality types: Here you’ll find out more about the way personality types are classified, and the implications of these for leadership – and the perhaps surprising fact that many different types of person can succeed in certain leadership roles. Leadership styles: Through a study of some of the great leaders of the past, you’ll identify different styles, and see how people have used their talents and circumstances to achieve prominence and success. Leadership and teamwork: Leadership implies working with others. What are the skills you need to create, and be part of, a great team? Persuasion and negotiation: If people are to follow your lead you need to get them on your side. But sometimes you have to compromise, and even admit that you may be wrong. How... [-]

Operations Management

Fanshawe College
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Canada London

This one-year Ontario College Graduate Certificate (completed in two semesters) is designed for university and college graduates seeking a career in the operations management sector. Graduates are involved in decision making related to planning, operating, and control within a business or organization. [+]

This one-year Ontario College Graduate Certificate (completed in two semesters) is designed for university and college graduates seeking a career in the operations management sector. Graduates are involved in decision making related to planning, operating, and control within a business or organization. The curriculum will focus on applied knowledge in the field of business operations within a global economy, encompassing the planning and management of all operations (e.g., supply chain elements, purchasing, production and operations planning and control, transportation and distribution, project planning, quality assurance) involved in businesses of varying size and complexity. Learning activities support the development of supervisory and teamwork skills. Graduates are familiar with the use of information and manufacturing technology. Candidates who are considering this program should be aware that they will need to enjoy working with people, and solving problems. To be successful in this field they will need to acquire human relations and interpersonal skills, and learn to work under pressure when responding to diverse business situations. Graduates who meet these learning outcomes will have the skills and flexibility to apply their knowledge in a variety of leadership and supervisory positions in the service sector, in manufacturing, or in government. They may be employed in supply chain management, production analysis, project management, materials planning, inventory management, purchasing, value analysis, and quality assurance. In order to maintain competence and function effectively within the materials and operations management field, the graduate must be committed to continued professional development. Many professional organizations associated with this area of... [-]