Immaculata University's Organization Leadership programs provide practical, hands-on development for current leaders, those aspiring to leadership roles, or those who wish to grow personally. The programs focus on helping you develop key leadership and business skills that are relevant in motivating yourself and inspiring others to higher levels of performance in diverse work settings.
While M.B.A. programs cover management disciplines, this program focuses rigorously on ethics and communication, attracting candidates who are values-oriented and reflective. Ideal candidates have two to three years of full-time work experience and are committed to providing value to their organizations by enhancing personal effectiveness and creating positive change.
The courses required to earn this certificate will help you develop your leadership skills and prepare you to be an effective change agent in your industry.
For more information on these programs, please contact Janice Jacobs, Ph.D., chair of the Organization Leadership Department, at email@example.com or 610-647-4400 ext. 3452.
This is about you—your transformation and how you can transform others.
Completing our programs will transform you by developing personal attributes and characteristics of ethical leadership, including:
Developing your leadership vision and style
Leading change through complex and turbulent times
Engaging yourself and others to perform at higher levels
Building better relationships evidenced by enhanced communication, collaboration and conflict utilization
Strengthening business judgment demonstrated through better problem-solving and decision-making
The master’s degree and the certificate in organizational effectiveness are guided by the competencies for change agents set forth by the American Management Association (AMA).
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.