Training and Development Services at CCC is offering two new leadership
training opportunities this fall: a Lean Leadership Academy, which begins Sept.
26, and a Leadership Academy that begins Oct. 5. Both programs are designed for
current and future supervisors, managers, senior managers and other key
Leadership Academy begins Sept. 26 and concludes March 20. The academy provides
an integrated approach to quality improvement, drawing on the lean processes
based on the Toyota Production System. The academy was designed by local
industry senior managers and provides both lean process training and management
skills to implement the principles within an organization using student
projects back on the job.
Leadership Academy is taught by Barry Hendrix, former president of OECO in
Clackamas County. The academy will meet Wednesdays from 8 a.m. to noon with
associated worksite events. The cost of the 12-college credit course is $1,117
plus materials and books.
Academy was also designed by local industry senior managers to provide
hands-on, in-depth training for both current and new leaders. The program
provides practice in the essentials of leadership, high-impact feedback and
communication, conflict resolution and more.
The program meets
six half-day sessions per quarter during October 5-June 7. A bonus 8-hour free
mentor training is also included. The Leadership Academy is taught by Stephanie
Egbers, PHR, who has 10 years of industry experience and has facilitated the
course for Canby area manufacturers. Participants in the course will earn 27
college credits. The cost of the Leadership Academy including materials and
books is $2,775.
information on either program contact Customized Training and Development
Services at CCC, 503-594-3200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.