Have you ever heard of the great man theory? Or heard people talk about “servant leadership” but wondered what that actually means?
Have you ever wanted to find a way to push your career forward without jumping fields or leaving the workforce to go back to school?
Believe it or not, you’ll have a chance to find out how all these questions are related from the comfort and ease of your own home, or from the office on your lunch break. Silver Lake College of the Holy Family is hosting a Leadership and Organizational Development webinar on Thursday, March 28 at noon CST, and you're invited to tune in and learn!
Keep reading to learn about our presenter, Dr. Jim Begotka, and the topics that will be covered in this online interview.
Introducing Dr. Jim Begotka, an Expert in Organizational Leadership
Dr. Jim Begotka has designed and facilitated numerous courses and customized training programs for organizations and institutions, all offered in a multitude of delivery formats. Dr. Begotka earned his Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership and his certificate of advanced graduate studies in organizational leadership from Northcentral University, Prescott Valley, Arizona. He earned his Master of Arts in Education-Instructional Design from Capella University, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and his Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Change and Development from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
Now, Dr. Begotka serves as the program director of the M.S. in Leadership and Organizational Development Program at Silver Lake College of the Holy Family.
Previewing the M.S. in Leadership and Organizational Development at the College
The Master of Science in Leadership and Organizational Development (M.S. in LOD) provides adult learners and working professionals with a graduate-level learning experience that is accessible, affordable and includes an integration of Franciscan worldview and values. Our program prepares organizational leaders, individuals in the field of health care and human resources professionals the opportunity to work collaboratively for the purpose of developing and implementing strategies that sustain high levels of individual, team and organizational performance.
This program gives graduates the skills to do the following types of high-level work:
Evaluate effective practices in leadership, change management and performance management.
Develop interpersonal and intrapersonal skills necessary to sustain effective leadership, collaboration and a consulting role in a diverse workforce.
Analyze strategies for establishing competitive advantage through individual, team and organizational performance.
Demonstrate knowledge of organizations as complex systems operating in a rapidly changing global economy with constant change in the external and internal environment.
Evaluate dimensions of organizational learning and models of continuous improvement.
Evaluate dimensions of organizational culture, change, systems and processes.
Explore strategies for hiring, developing, evaluating and retaining high performance of an organization’s human capital.
Why You Should Join This Webinar
If you are interested in improving your ability to serve as a leader and professional, want an advanced degree in order to push your career to new levels, enjoy learning more about methods and definitions of leadership, or simply like having a good conversation with a leading expert, this webinar is for you.
You will emerge from this webinar more knowledgeable about the relationship between leadership and how organizations develop and succeed. You may even learn some new tips and techniques that you can begin to implement immediately in your current professional setting.
All you have to do is register here by filling in your information, and the access link will be emailed to you the day before the webinar.
We hope you’ll join us online for this conversation with Dr. Begotka!