Whether you work for a non-profit, for-profit or government organization, as a manager, part of your job is to support professionals in reaching their goals. A successful organization needs to be prepared and motivated to overcome challenges and function productively. In these courses, you will strengthen your skills in leadership, strategy building, project management, communication and computing. You will gain confidence in your management techniques so you can work more efficiently, make smarter decisions and see positive change in your business.
Leadership and Management courses
Many courses under this topic can be taken individually to learn the fundamentals of a role in leadership and management, and some courses can be applied towards programs such as the Emergency Management for Organizational Continuity Micro-certificate or the Certificate or Diploma in Business Administration. Please view each individual course page for details.
- Business Ethics
- Business Law
- Change Management
- Cloud Computing for Business
- Crisis Communications
- Emergency Management for Business Continuity
- Employment Law and Labour Relations
- Governance and Leadership for Cultural Organizations
- How to Give a Great Presentation
- International Business
- IT Security for Business Continuity
- Leadership Skills Development
- Making Sense of Management
- Management Communication
- Management Practices
- Managing in the Digital Economy
- Negotiation Skills
- Operational Resilience
- Operations Management
- Organizational Behaviour
- Project Management
- Selected Management Topics
- Strategic Leadership
- Strategic Management
- Strategy Execution
The Certificate in Business Administration (CBA) is a flexible 13-week program designed to fit the needs of mid-career professionals, full-time employees and people looking for professional development. Learn about business administration, marketing, technology and more.
The Diploma in Business Administration (DBA) is a comprehensive business administration program designed to give you the practical knowledge and skills required for professional success. You'll learn business administration, business writing, management computing, financial accounting, marketing, small business management, international business and more.
This four-course micro-credential program focuses on the interrelationship of: Emergency Preparedness, Emergency Response and Business Continuity. Plan for and maintain business continuity in the event of an emergency such as a natural disaster, pandemic, conflict or cyber-attack.
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