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The PMP credential is globally recognized and demanded. It demonstrates to employers, clients, and colleagues that a project manager has the knowledge, experience, and skills to bring projects to successful completion. A PMP is recognized for the ability to lead and direct projects. PMPs routinely earn a higher salary in the workforce than non-credentialed project managers.
Earning the PMP credential includes passing a rigorous 200 question examination, which means preparation is key. 35 hours of formal education is required even before applying for the exam. Thousands of hours of documentable project management experience are also required.
Instructor, Joe Matthews, PMP holds a Master of Organization Development from Bowling Green State University and has more than 15 years of experience managing manufacturing and construction projects. Working closely with the Project Management Institute’s Western Lake Erie Chapter, Joe supports your efforts to apply for the examination in addition to preparing to pass it.
For more information about the Owens PMP Prep class, please visit www.owens.edu/pmp. Fee includes all training materials. It does not include the application/certification fee, which costs $405-$555.
53198 Mon/Wed 5/23 - 7/6 6 - 9 p.m. Perrysburg $1,499
Conflict in the workplace is unavoidable, but it can be managed for the benefit of your organization and its people. We teach you the first thing to know in order to resolve a conflict, as well as how to identify everyone involved in a conflict. Then we help you understand what causes and types of conflict, as well as the typical responses to it. We help you see the cost of conflict to the organization and the value of recasting conflict as a problem to be solved and focusing attention on respecting people while attacking problems. Leave the training with practical tools for planning conflict management. Instructor: Pattie Hamons
53199 Tue 5/24 1 - 5 p.m. Perrysburg $90
53200 Tue 6/21 1 - 5 p.m. Perrysburg $90
As a newer supervisor, certain knowledge, skills, and abilities are required to be effective. The right training can help you get off to a good start as a supervisor. Gain understanding of leadership styles, behavior, qualities, and skills. Learn practical techniques for leading effectively in today’s workplace and how to develop personal leadership goals. Instructor: Pattie Hamons
53201 Tue 5/24 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Perrysburg $90
53202 Thu 6/9 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Perrysburg $90
Workplace disciplinary issues must be met head on, but it must be done right. We steer you safely through the choppy waters so you can be confident in the way you factor in extenuating circumstances in disciplinary situations, choose appropriate levels of discipline, document events, and monitor employee behavior. Learn how to focus on behavior not personalities and how to set goals that produce measurable behavioral change. Instructor: Pattie Hamons
53203 Thu 6/9 1 - 5 p.m. Perrysburg $90
53204 Tue 6/21 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Perrysburg $90
Learning may start in the classroom or online but it must continue on the job. Using high-quality curriculum developed by Development Dimensions International, Owens Community College delivers relevant and challenging learning experiences for all levels from individual contributors and front-line leaders to mid-level and senior-level leaders. More importantly, we help to ensure that newly-learned skills are put to use from first day back on the job. Your associates will be participating in the four half-day modules indicated below. All classes are presenting by certified DDI instructors.
This foundation course for all Interaction Management courses teaches leaders how to get results through people. During the course, they attain the tools necessary for a successful leadership journey. Learners acquire a set of proven interaction skills, discover seven Leadership Imperatives key to meeting today’s challenges, and realize their role as a catalyst leader who inspires others to act.
Builds the skills leaders need to help people with performance or work habit problems. Equips leaders to help people develop improvement plans, conduct effective improvement discussions, and handle the challenges they may encounter in improvement discussions.
Enables leaders to recognize signs of conflict, assess the conflict to determine their level of involvement, and serve as a catalyst to encourage those involved in the conflict to achieve resolution. Leaders learn the skill to both provide support and to act as mediators.
Focuses on the crucial role leaders have in effectively exploring change, introducing change, and helping others overcome resistance typically associated with change. Leaders learn how to conduct effective change discussions that minimize the potentially negative effects of change on morale, processes, and productivity.
53182 Wed 6/8 - 6/29 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Findlay $495