Upcoming Seminars and Certificate Programs
Gain in-depth knowledge and skills without spending a lot of time away from your office. Choose the program type and topic; then click on your selection to view program details and to apply online. Complete four seminar days in a topic area to earn a concentration
. Consider our corporate programs
for training and development customized to your organization. For more information, call 314-935-9494 or email ExecEd@wustl.edu
Working in partnership with female executives, you will learn how to make decisions, exert power and influence, negotiate, and manage change confidently and effectively. St. Louis cohort meets one day a month for six months from November 2016 through April 2017.
APPLICATION AVAILABLE March 15, 2016
space is limited--apply early
St Louis| Cohort begins November 17, 2016
The Advanced Management Certificate is the highest achievement recognized within nondegree Executive Education, providing you an expansive breadth of knowledge. Adding the certificate to your résumé differentiates you in a competitive job market. To earn the Advanced Management Certificate, complete four seminar days in four concentration areas (for a total of 16 days) within three years.
St Louis| Modular Certificate. Dates vary.
Learn about the behavioral foundations of ethical and unethical behavior, and how managers and firm policies shape employee behavior.
St Louis| Sept. 27, 2016
Learn the key aspects of the innovation process and how you can accelerate innovation in your organization to deliver new value and drive efficiency
St Louis| Jun. 1, 2016
Explore the role that technology evolution plays in strategy, innovation, and operational excellence.
St Louis| Aug. 17, 2016
This seminar helps you develop the three critical skills of informal leadership: navigating politics, understanding power, and exercising influence
St Louis| Aug. 23-24
Learn to successfully align employees and resources to support corporate goals and directives, and to identify conflicts between strategy and internal processes.
St Louis| Sept. 7, 2016
Improve your ability to lead change, address conflicts, and facilitate dialogue among members of your organization--resulting in better overall performance.
St Louis| Sept. 14, 2016
Learn how to adapt messages for different communications channels and audiences, and become more effective at communicating and implementing your ideas.
St Louis| Sept. 21, 2016
Understand how marketing plans direct activities and achieve marketing and financial objectives. Learn to identify your target customers and ideal market segments
St Louis|Oct. 11, 2016
Gain the ability to assess diverse points of view along multiple dimensions such as demographic attributes, knowledge, skills, values, and generational perspectives.
St Louis| Oct. 12, 2016
Explore corporate governance from the perspective of those charged with leadership and oversight of a corporation. Gain an understanding of fiduciary relationships and conflicting interests.
St Louis| Oct. 12, 2016
Designed by the members of the Harvard Negotiation Project, this seminar teaches you how to handle conflict, talk through differences, and promote positive work relationships.
St Louis| Nov. 15, 2016
Improve new product development initiatives. Use design principles to trigger disruptive innovation or even redesign your organization
St Louis| Nov. 16, 2016
Acquire financial analysis, budgeting, and forecasting tools that help create value for your organization in a global marketplace.
St Louis| Nov. 30, 2016
Learn how to take a deeper look at a firm's financial statements, and spot indicators that are useful in predicting performance.
St Louis| Oct. 19, 2016
Learn key motivational principals and techniques to help you lead your team to achieve its goals.
St Louis| Nov. 2, 2016