Leadership, Management & Workplace Skills
Develop practical skills to achieve remarkable results and successfully contribute to critical organizational goals. Certificates, classes, customized training, and conferences provide professionals, leaders, and supervisors with the tools to succeed.
At a Glance
What: Certificates, classes, customized training, and conferences provide professionals, leaders, and supervisors with the tools to succeed.
Who: Taught by UW-Madison staff, and public and private sector experts in leadership, management, and workplace skills.
Certification: All programs offer CEU’s for your professional development, and many are eligible for CPM credit. Learn more about professional CEU and CE approved hours.
Questions? Contact program director Laura V. Page at email@example.com or call 608-890-3627.
Click here for a downloadable, clickable one-sheet of all current Leadership, Management, and Other Workplace Skills classes.
Browse upcoming programs in these areas:
Certificate and Specialty Training Programs
Certified Public Manager®
Wisconsin’s premier Certified Public Manager® (CPM) Program is a nationally accredited management development program. Gain cutting-edge knowledge and learn practical skills from experienced experts.
Customize a training or retreat to address the specific needs or challenges most critical to your organization and people. We can bring our programs to you at a great value!
Mid-level Management Certificate
New certificate for managers to increase their skills to lead teams and positively impact their organization.
Workplace Coaching Certificate
Do you want to help employees work more effectively, foster better workplace communication and collaboration, and create a culture of connectedness? Develop coaching skills in a highly interactive environment.
This 5-module certificate program is open to aspiring servant leaders in public sector, nonprofit, human services, business, health care, religious, and other organizations.
Emotionally Intelligent Leadership
Whether or not you have a “formal” leadership role, everyone has the potential to be an emotionally intelligent leader.