Post-Crisis Leadership Certificate
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Visionary leaders know that growing the business, gaining a competitive advantage and positioning the company for future success requires immediate action.
This certificate will help people at all levels learn how to do that. Taught by experts from the USF Muma College of Business, this seven-module program, is targeted toward business professionals, whether currently employed or furloughed due to the crisis.
- Format: Online
- Dates: Feb. 22 - Apr. 12, 2021
- Time: Sessions will be recorded so users may view any time
- Modules: 7
- Fee: $250.00
- Location: Online
|Navigate the transition from the crisis to the new normal||Establish effective communication and coordination across the supply chain|
|Recruit, organize, evaluate, and lead a resilient team||Seize opportunities focused on key competitive advantages|
|Leverage key data to model, analyze, and visualize multiple possible scenarios||Capitalize on core competencies to serve the customer|
|Assess and mitigate risk and security during business continuity and recovery||Apply critical financial tools and techniques to restructure, recapitalize, and reignite growth|
With This Certificate You Will Learn
- 'Post-Crisis Leadership' Certificate Holders Poised to Bring Back the Economy
July 6, 2020 USF’s Muma College of Business, more than 6,000 participants are poised to lead their corporations, small businesses, non-profits and entrepreneurships into a market emerging from the COVID-19 crisis.
- 'Post-Crisis Leadership' Certificate Program Draws 8,000 Participants from 80 Countries
June 5, 2020 As a major section of the workforce is working remotely – or laid off – because of the COVID-19 crisis, thousands took the opportunity to better themselves through an online certificate program offered by the Muma College of Business.
- Muma College of Business to Offer Free Certificate Program in 'Post-Crisis Leadership'
May 6, 2020 The world of business is largely locked down right now to stem the spread of COVID-19. Small businesses along with larger corporations are eager to jump back into the game and get revenues moving again.