Release Date: September 9, 2020
BUFFALO, N.Y. — The University at Buffalo School of Management’s Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness (CLOE) has two new coaching programs to help managers—and those they lead—become their best.
CLOE’s Leadership Coaching certification is a four-course program where participants build foundational and advanced leadership coaching skills, gain expertise in assessment and feedback, and get hands-on experience with real-world coaching under the supervision of program facilitators Marsha King, PhD, and Neil Stroul, PhD.
“Coaching is especially important now, when budgets are tight and employees are being asked to do more with less,” says King. “Your employees want to be empowered. They want to do their best. With coaching, you can motivate and inspire your them to do just that.”
Classes for the Leadership Coaching certification begin on Oct. 13.
In addition, CLOE now offers one-on-one, customized online leadership coaching. Participants meet with a leadership specialist for a minimum of six one-hour sessions to identify strengths and needs, create a development plan, strengthen leadership skills and improve effectiveness.
To learn more about both coaching programs, visit mgt.buffalo.edu/cloeprograms.
Launched in fall 2013, CLOE strives to create more effective leaders and organizations. One of the center’s key objectives is to advance research and teaching in the area of leadership and its impact on organizational effectiveness. It also supports UB 2020’s goals of accelerating academic excellence, translating scholarship and developing leadership capabilities in UB students and business leaders.