CPM 2.0 Develop Your Leadership Mindset

This four-workshop series is the next step for CPM graduates to continue developing with a focus on leadership.

The Collaborative Performance Management Program (CPM) focused on helping you to improve the way you manage the performance of others. The focus of CPM 2.0 is to develop yourself as a leader. You will build on the knowledge and skills you gained in the CPM program and become more aware of your approach and the opportunities you have in leading others. The four workshops in this program will be conducted in cohort style and will only include those who have completed the full CPM Program.  

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Learning Outcomes

  • Improve your ability to interact effectively with colleagues and build cooperation within your team
  • Use a strategic leadership model to lead others in a manner that meets their developmental needs
  • Use knowledge about personality preferences to improve work relationships and team productivity
  • Understand the behaviors and actions involved in developing successful partnerships at multiple levels in the organization

Intended Audience

UB faculty and staff with supervisory responsibilities who have completed the CPM program

Prerequisites

Completion of the CPM program

Fee

Free

Series Workshop Descriptions

Schedule

Date Time Location
Program begins in summer each year
Various TBA South Campus

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Instructors

  • E. Suzy Shallowhorn

    Organizational Development and Performance Support Specialist

    Organizational Development and Effectiveness (ODE)

    Phone: 716-645-4489

    Email: lss@buffalo.edu

  • Lori Miller

    President

    Developing Professionals

  • Susan Steck

    Organizational Development and Career Coaching Specialist

    Organizational Development and Effectiveness (ODE)

    Phone: 716-645-4431

    Email: snsteck@buffalo.edu

Contact for Questions

Kerry Gangi

Organizational Development and Effectiveness (ODE)

Townsend Hall

Phone: 716-645-3568

Email: klynch4@buffalo.edu

The University at Buffalo is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with any disabilities. If you require accommodations to participate in this session, please contact Organizational Development and Effectiveness (ODE) at (716) 645-4459 or training@buffalo.edu prior to attending the workshop. Please allow ample time for ODE to work with the Office of Accessibility Resources to arrange accommodations.