Quest provides skills that managers need in order to successfully get work done through others. Leading a team requires an understanding of group dynamics, coaching, performance management, and organizational influence.
Who Should Attend
Quest is ideal for new managers, experienced managers who have not had formal training, and those who could use support making the transition from individual contributor to a leader of others.
Dates subject to change.
Tuition for Quest is $3,750 per individual and includes materials, assessments and meals for all sessions.
Registration for the Quest 2017-2018 session is open until March 9, 2017. Interested applicants may find applications here. The number of participants per program are limited in order to provide a personally tailored experience which allows ample time for one-on one and small group interactions with faculty and leaders.
Applications are accepted on a first-come basis; a limited number of scholarships are available for participants from non-profit organizations. You may apply for the scholarship during the online application process.
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In 2016, women now make up 47% of the American workforce and are the equal if not primary breadwinners in 40% of families.
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