These programs are built for you—your transformation and how you can transform others.
Immaculata University's Organization Leadership programs provide practical personal and professional development for current leaders and those aspiring to leadership roles. We focus on helping you develop key leadership and business skills that are relevant in any industry or work setting. With these skills, you can motivate yourself and inspire others to higher levels of performance.
You will focus on:
Developing your leadership vision and style
Leading change through uncertain, complex and turbulent times
Engaging others to perform at higher levels
Building better relationships with all your colleagues including your boss, peers and direct reports
Improving business decisions through better problem-solving
Both the master’s program and the certificate program are guided by the competencies for change agents set forth by the American Management Association (AMA).
For the latest thinking on leadership in the highest performing organizations, view this article by Janice Jacobs, Ph.D., professor and department chair.
While MBA programs cover management disciplines with emphasis on quantitative skills, here you learn and practice leadership skills including recognizing opportunities to lead, engaging and motivating individuals and groups, and how and why followers choose the people to lead them. You gain a greater skill bank to leverage cultural diversity. Strategies of leadership, conflict, negotiation, critical thinking, ethics, power, decision-making, change management, and how to manage information and technology, among other topics, are addressed.
This 16-credit certificate will help you become adept in interpersonal and group skills. Focusing on the organizational level or the individual level, you will learn to facilitate change with greater discipline and competence.
Learn more about our programs at one of these upcoming events. Immaculata University is conveniently located on the Main Line between Malvern and Exton, 20 miles west of Philadelphia, and close to the Great Valley business area.