Workshop Schedule


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Dr. Graham presents public workshops for managers and administrators in businesses and not-for-profit organizations. The workshops, in a highly interactive manner, illustrate everyday practices of  successful leaders.

2018 Public Workshops

Jan 29         Project Leadership and Communication

Feb 12-13   How to Be an Effective Manager

Feb 23         Strengths-Based Leadership

Feb 26         Leadership Elite (First of 8 sessions)

Mar 01        Transition to Supervision

Mar 27        Improving Supervisory Skills

Apr 11         Strengths-Based Management

Apr 19         Assessing Your Leadership Style

Apr 24         Influencing Without Authority

May 04        Assertive Leadership

May 11        Understanding Human Behavior

May 22-23  Influencing for Project Managers

Jun 21-22   Project Leadership and Communication

Jul 24-25    Essential Skills for Effective Leaders

Aug 16       Improving Supervisory Skills

Aug 28-29 How to Be an Effective Leader

Sep 12      Leadership Elite

Sep 18      Transition to Supervisor

Sep 24-25 Influencing for Project Managers

Oct 12       Assertive Leadership

Oct 22      Influencing without Authority

Oct 30      Leadership Style

Nov 13     Understanding Human Behavior

Dec 12     Improving Supervisory Skills

 

 

 

 

Schedule of In-House Workshops

You may schedule any of these workshops for your individual organizations.  Dr. Graham is currently scheduled for workshops for the following:

Textron Aviation

Airexcel Air Conditioning

AIB International

PMMA

Pfizer

CACUBO

On-line Workshops

Two of Dr. Graham’s popular workshops are available on-line.

  • Essential Skills for Effective Leaders
  • Strategic Negotiations

To obtain more information about the workshops, call the Center for Management Development at 316-978-3118 or 800-992-6345 or visit the website at:  http://cmd.wichita.edu

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