The Management Certificate for Women (MCW) is a unique seven-month professional program designed for highly motivated women who wish to enhance their management, leadership skills and elevate their influence.
This program recognizes that women have different learning and management styles than do their male colleagues, and builds on their particular strengths. This learning is tailored for women in management and responds to their learning styles by addressing personal management skills development. Throughout the program, there is a continuous focus on collaboration, team work and clear communication.
Applications for the 2016-2017 Management Certificate for Women (MCW) are now being accepted.
At the end of the program, participants will be equipped with management skills and have the confidence needed to effectively address the challenges in today’s organizations.
The learning objectives are to:
- Envision and implement strategic initiatives;
- Apply integrative approaches to analysis and implementation of complex business decisions;
- Recognize and model effective interpersonal management skills;
- Practice confident leadership;
- Develop strategies to overcome the unique challenges faced by women in management positions; and
- Build a valuable network of diverse professional.
Important components of the MCW are more effective communication skills, a more strategic approach to management, and a stronger understanding of financial management.
The program is offered by the Centre for Research and Education on Women and Work (CREWW) in the Sprott School of Business, Carleton University.