Leadership is an integral part of career development for individuals across professions and disciplines. This course introduces critical areas of leadership, including communication, relationship building and conflict management, team building, change management, and problem solving. It also provides learners with strategies and tools that will help them develop the skills needed to effectively lead teams in the workplace, community, or academic setting. Throughout the course, learners are presented with engaging exercises that allow them to reflect on topics related to their own experiences.
Clinical Investigators, Clinical Research Coordinators, Faculty, IACUC Administrators, IACUC Members, IBC Members, Institutional Officials, IRB Members and Administrators, Key Study Personnel, Postdoctoral Researchers, Research Administrators, Researchers, Undergraduate and Graduate Students
Meet the Author
Marilyn Faulkenburg, EdD, SHRM-SCP – Sullivan University
Dr. Marilyn Faulkenburg, is full time faculty in the Graduate School at Sullivan University and teaches in the Human Resource, Management and Leadership program. Marilyn has an EdD in Leadership Education from Spalding University. She has over 35 years of experience in business and 6 years exclusively in Human Resources.