CSU College of Business, Executive Education 2-Day Intensives for Professional Growth

The Executive Education team at Colorado State University’s College of Business is looking forward to the Fall 2020 launch of an educational program specifically designed for busy professionals. Our series of courses will enhance your professional skills whether you’re an executive, manager, valued contributor or preparing for that next great opportunity.

In 2 consecutive days, an accomplished instructor will give you tools and resources to solve your specific business challenges so that you are getting a return on your investment.

  • Courses are taught virtually* allowing you to log-in remotely and join your peers synchronously to engage in the class conversations live.
    *Pending current COVID-19 safety protocols, these courses may eventually be attended in-person on CSU’s campus
  • Each course will feature an industry expert that will share their expertise on the class topic.
 FALL 2020
SEPTEMBER 11th & 12th SEPTEMBER  25th & 26th
FINANCE for NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS:

Demystifying financial information & informed decision making

 

HIGH IMPACT LEADERSHIP:

Realizing your leadership potential

October 9th & 10th October 23rd & 24th
DESIGN THINKING:

Make it Matter

ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION:

Communication – One Key Element of Impactful Leadership

SPRING 2021 COURSES COMING SOON!

These tenuous times increase the importance of focusing your learning and growing your skills. Join us in the Fall!  Please review the below schedule:

Networking with highly accomplished university faculty and successful industry experts that deliver practical programming that solves your real-world problem is a formula that will continue to advance your career.

Please reach out to us at COB_ExecutivePrograms@Mail.ColoState.edu with any questions or if you have interest in receiving an electronic copy of the course catalog as Fall is right around the corner!

Additional information will be available through this CSU Executive Education site: ExEd

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