At Case Western Reserve University, teaching and learning are at the heart of all we do. While most typically think of that happening in a traditional classroom setting, there are several ways to learn at CWRU. During the month of November, we’ll highlight just a few of the ways to engage with learning at the university.
No matter where they are in their careers, professionals can continue building their skills and knowledge base through the Weatherhead School of Management’s Executive Education program. The Executive Education program encompasses several types of opportunities all centered on the program’s three main objectives: improving leadership skills, driving efficiency and profitability, and designing solutions and strategies.
Those looking to develop their careers through Executive Education can pick from more than 70 open-enrollment programs covering a wide range of topics, including leadership, functional skills and performance. During the last fiscal year, more than 3,000 individuals participated in Executive Education’s open enrollment programs.
Individuals also can take a more formalized approach with certificate programs—falling under the three umbrellas of leadership and change, management skills, and functional knowledge—in the following areas:
- Advancing Manager
- Appreciative Inquiry
- Communication and Professional Skills
- Designing Innovations that Deliver Value
- Emotionally Intelligent Leader
- Fundamentals of Management
- Lean Six Sigma Greenbelt
- Project Leaders
- Weatherhead Coaching
- Women in Leadership
Additionally, there are six online courses, coaching, signature programs and custom solutions available.