Engineering Leadership – Becoming a More Effective Leader
September 30-October 2, 2020 at the Stayer Center for Executive Education
October 20-22, 2020 at the Stayer Center for Executive Education
One of the most critical career transitions for engineers and technical professionals is the move from individual contributor to manager and leader. Whether that is in a formal management role or as a project leader, strong interpersonal and leadership skills can determine future opportunities.
Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business presents a professional development opportunity for technical professionals who are either preparing for this transition or have already begun to move into a leadership role. On September 30-October 2, 2020 and October 20-22, 2020, Engineering Leadership – Becoming a More Effective Leader will be presented at the Stayer Center for Executive Education on the Notre Dame campus.
Notre Dame’s Engineering Leadership program is designed to provide participants with a proven way to become effective leaders and managers – and to remain strong and productive performers. During the program they will:
- Learn to be consciously competent managers with effective leadership and managerial skills, including performance development and team leadership.
- Develop interpersonal skills and awareness that will improve performance – both their own and that of their employees.
- Design a specific plan to become successful leaders within their own organizations.
This hands-on workshop challenges the participants to assess their own leadership styles, understand how to motivate employees and help those employees reach their full potential, develop skills in the areas of constructive feedback, conflict resolution and problem solving, and better understand how to meet the difficult challenges of managing people, instead of data or things!
Who Should Attend:
This program is designed for technical professionals who have managerial or leadership responsibilities – Team Leaders, Project Leaders, Section Heads, Supervisors, Department Heads, Managers, etc. It also includes any managers who do not have strong technical backgrounds, but now find themselves leading people with technical training and responsibilities.
The program is approved to award 15 PDH (Professional Development Hours) for Professional Engineers (P.E.) toward their continuing education requirement.
For additional information describing Engineering Leadership, please download this PDF program description:
Upon the successful completion of this program, the participant will receive a document certifying that the participant completed the program. The document will not qualify as an academic credential, and the recipient will not earn any academic credits at the University of Notre Dame in connection with the program. Participants in the program are not students at the University of Notre Dame, and completion of the program does not qualify any participant for status as an alumnus of the University of Notre Dame