This week-long intensive program for managers is designed to build leadership skills, interpersonal skills, and a repertoire of methods to solve problems, plan strategies, and motivate colleagues, while learning the latest business trends and paradigms.
Enhance leadership skills and interpersonal skills
Excel in the face of major change in any organization
Plan strategies and prepare for emerging business trends and an uncertain future
Obtain a repertoire of methods to solve problems and empower colleagues
Lead a diverse workforce by creating and sustaining excellence
Express your objectives, ideas, and appraisals with highly effective communication techniques
About this course:
For more than 60 years, the Technical Management Program(TMP) has been a valuable resource for all types of organizations--large and small, public and private sector--where people with technical backgrounds can obtain the skills to lead, manage, and empower others. The program addresses the newest trends and paradigms in today's volatile and ever changing business world by providing technical managers with a repertoire of methods to solve problems, plan strategies, and motivate colleagues. Presented biannually, each March and September at UCLA's acclaimed Covel Commons conference facility, TMP allows participants to shape a curriculum of four courses from 21 different course selections. TMP courses are taught by top rated, highly acclaimed instructors and they complement each other with proven techniques and successful results. For a complete course description please visit the TMP website.
Questions? Contact: Joon Lee (310) 825-3858 or firstname.lastname@example.org
I've had leadership opportunities at Blizzard Entertainment, but I hadn't realized the importance of leadership development until I attended TMP. Since then, I've been seeking out ways to further my skillset and find ways we can develop leaders at Blizzard.
If you are interested in learning more about our Technical Management Program (TMP), join the free information session led by both the Director and Program Manager of the Engineering and Digital Technology Department. Hear about the many benefits of TMP, ask questions, and network with others interested in the program.