Enhance your skills with professional programs at Carey Business School

This spring and summer, Carey Business School is offering a variety of professional development seminars offered at no cost to full-time Johns Hopkins University employees through the university's tuition remission program.

Several of the one-, two-, and three-day courses from the Office of Executive Education are already underway, covering topics such as design thinking, strategic negotiation, conflict management, cybersecurity skills for managers, effective workplace presentations, and more.

"We are very excited to bring an innovative series of executive education programs to our university," says Glen Steinbach, senior associate dean for finance and administration at the Carey Business School. "Managers and staff alike can use these courses to improve their skills and to impact the performance of their departments."

Enrollment is now open for these seminars:

Strategic Negotiation
A three-day course, March 7, 9, and 11; or June 20, 22, and 24

Cybersecurity: What Every Manager Needs to Know
A two-day course, March 15 and 16

Persuasive Communication
A three-day course, March 21 to 23

Managing Risk, Accountability and Effective Leadership
A two-day course, April 11 and April 13

Financial Decision Making for Medical Professionals
A one-day course, May 12

Design Thinking for Innovative Problem Solving
A three-day course, June 7, 8, and 10

Strategic Conflict Management
A two-day course, June 15 and 16

Social Media Marketing
A one-day course, June 9

Effective Workplace Presentations
A three-day course, July 18, 19, and 21

Carey's professional programs are led by award-winning researchers and practitioners who give students the tools, strategies, and business knowledge to help them create an immediate and lasting impact in the workplace. Courses are added throughout the year to reflect the evolving needs of business professionals.

The open-enrollment seminars take place at Carey's Harbor East campus, and the cost includes materials and meals. For more information, visit Carey Business School's Programs for Individuals website, call 410-234-9343, or email carey.execed@jhu.edu.