Mid-career speech and hearing, education, and health professionals bring subject matter expertise to their respective workplaces. Moving through the career journey to higher levels of performance and responsibilities requires additional information and a secondary skill set in both effective communication and leadership. Chute & Nevins Consulting has customized a comprehensive program that harnesses many established concepts and skills from the business world to the unique demands of health and education workplaces. Proven methods of long term learning support the use of scenario-based interactions. Opportunities to explore and analyze these real life scenarios through the lens of personal values serves to develop the emerging leader. This introductory level program offers a curated overview of the tenets of communicative excellence and authentic leadership.
PCLA is designed for professionals who aspire to advance beyond their present status. Those seeking administrative or managerial positions within their organizations are encouraged to explore the programming offered. Additionally, current leaders who wish to examine and/or expand their skill set are invited to consider this program.
Professionals presently employed in education fields such as early intervention, PreK-12, university settings and local and state agencies are ideal candidates. Those employed in health profession environments such as clinics, private practices, healthcare facilities and other agencies are strongly encouraged to explore this five-week program.
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PCLA attendees will:
This five week synchronous online course is driven by real-life scenarios representing challenges in communication and leadership in the workplace. Published research and reports of best practice are the foundation on which subsequent stimulating and dynamic discussion occurs. Opportunities for interaction in small and large groups will provide the platform for facilitated learning. Guided discussion of the learning leaders' experiences will offer perspectives to the cohort, assisting them via video conference.