Leadership & Professional Development
Leadership & Professional Development
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Those wishing to advance in their careers need more than tech and practical skills. Winning that next job or promotion requires learning how to manage your time and tasks, your communications skills both written and spoken, your customer service skills, and your leadership potential. This track will introduce you to the resources available to develop you as a professional and as a leader.

New Horizons Computer Learning Centers Center for Leadership and Development

Being a Project Management Professional (PMP) begins by fulfilling the qualifications and requirements for taking the PMP exam.
Be Bold. Leverage Your Instincts, Intuition and Imagination to solve problems more creatively and more productively.
Effective risk management requires identification, quantification, evaluation and careful planning leading to properly planned response, monitoring and risk control.
As more organizations are moving toward delivering their projects using agile frameworks, business analysts are confronted with career decisions. What will be their role in this new project space? How do their current skills match-up to the needs of these newly structured product teams? What options do they have and how best to decide? Join Laura Paton MBA, PMP, PMI-PBA, CBAP, IIBA-AAC, CSM as she describes the major roles defined in the Scrum framework and the thought processes a business analyst might use to adapt to changing times.
The ability to effectively communicates goes beyond spoken words to paralinguistic, proxemics, and much more. Learn about these fundamentals of superior communications.
Making the best possible use of the time you have begins with goal setting and continues with organizing, planning, and prioritizing your tasks to define the path to success.
Great teams begin when great individual contributors learn to leverage team dynamics.