Liderança e Gestão

Os cursos em gestão e liderança oferecem recursos para os líderes, sejam eles iniciantes ou experientes, para possam desenvolver seus colaboradores, inspirar e conduzir suas equipes, coordenar processos de mudanças, e influenciar, de forma eficaz, os responsáveis dentro de una empresa.

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Project Management Principles and Practices

Project Management Principles and Practices

University of California, Irvine
Programa de cursos integrados
Avaliado como 4.7 de 5 estrelas.
Project Management & Other Tools for Career Development

Project Management & Other Tools for Career Development

University of California, Irvine
Programa de cursos integrados
Avaliado como 4.5 de 5 estrelas.
Leading the Modern Day Business

Leading the Modern Day Business

University of Virginia
Programa de cursos integrados
Avaliado como 4.7 de 5 estrelas.
Human Resource Management: HR for People Managers

Human Resource Management: HR for People Managers

University of Minnesota
Programa de cursos integrados
Avaliado como 4.7 de 5 estrelas.
Construction Management

Construction Management

Columbia University
Programa de cursos integrados
Avaliado como 4.7 de 5 estrelas.
Liderança de Pessoas e Equipes

Liderança de Pessoas e Equipes

University of Michigan
Programa de cursos integrados
Avaliado como 4.7 de 5 estrelas.
Achieving Personal and Professional Success

Achieving Personal and Professional Success

University of Pennsylvania
Programa de cursos integrados
Avaliado como 4.7 de 5 estrelas.
Strategic Leadership and Management

Strategic Leadership and Management

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Programa de cursos integrados
Avaliado como 4.7 de 5 estrelas.
Six Sigma Yellow Belt

Six Sigma Yellow Belt

University System of Georgia
Programa de cursos integrados
Avaliado como 4.7 de 5 estrelas.
Engineering Project Management

Engineering Project Management

Rice University
Programa de cursos integrados
Avaliado como 4.8 de 5 estrelas.
Influencing: Storytelling, Change Management and Governance

Influencing: Storytelling, Change Management and Governance

Macquarie University
Programa de cursos integrados
Avaliado como 4.7 de 5 estrelas.
Organizational Leadership

Organizational Leadership

Northwestern University
Programa de cursos integrados
Avaliado como 4.6 de 5 estrelas.
The Art of Sales: Mastering the Selling Process

The Art of Sales: Mastering the Selling Process

Northwestern University
Programa de cursos integrados
Avaliado como 4.8 de 5 estrelas.
Financial Management

Financial Management

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Programa de cursos integrados
Avaliado como 4.8 de 5 estrelas.
Business Strategies for A Better World

Business Strategies for A Better World

University of Pennsylvania
Programa de cursos integrados
Avaliado como 4.7 de 5 estrelas.
Dynamic Public Speaking

Dynamic Public Speaking

University of Washington
Programa de cursos integrados
Avaliado como 4.8 de 5 estrelas.

    Perguntas frequentes sobre Liderança e Gestão

  • Perhaps because they are both skills attributed to C-suite executives, leadership and management are sometimes used interchangeably when people think about a business education. However, in practice, these are two distinct skillsets for business leaders to learn and develop - and both are essential for success.

    Management positions control key decisions and day to day operations across one or more units within an enterprise. Managers are responsible for setting business goals, planning how to achieve them, and overseeing their successful execution.

    Leadership, on the other hand, is all about people - and people can’t be ‘managed’ like a spreadsheet or a supply chain! Instead, people need to be led. That means inspiring, coaching, and mentoring your team in a way that reaches them as individuals as well as a group.

    In a sense then, management and leadership are two sides of a coin: on the management side, you’re responsible for setting and achieving plans, and on the leadership side, you’re motivating the people responsible for executing them. That’s why the best executives tend to excel at both - and why an education in both can help your career take you to the top of any organization!