program content; delivery methods; administrative accuracy, timeliness, and effectiveness; and their cost to AIA members and other architects
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) June 17, 2008
Offering customized leadership and management training programs, Bob Prosen, President and CEO of The Prosen Center for Business Advancement, received a Red Star designation from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education System (CES). The AIA maintains a list of qualified providers that members utilize for continuing education. To be recognized as a Red Star Provider, programs and presentations must meet or exceed quality standards related to "program content; delivery methods; administrative accuracy, timeliness, and effectiveness; and their cost to AIA members and other architects" (The American Institute of Architects 2008). Only those meeting the CES core quality standards receive ratings and recommendations from AIA.
In addition to a minimum requisite of three years providing CES activities, The American Institute of Architects utilizes a variety of sources and reports to determine its Red Star ratings and reviews. Working with staff from AIA/CES National, the AIA/CES Record Office at the University of Oklahoma, and members' survey responses, AIA utilizes assessments and reviews from various sources including CES Provider Assessors, Jurors for the AIA/CES Award for Excellence, State Licensing Boards, as well as past and present members of the Continuing Education Quality Assurance Panel (AIA 2008).
"I'm honored to be one of only twenty-eight companies since 2006 to receive a Red Star Provider designation by the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System," said Bob Prosen.
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About Bob Prosen:
Bob Prosen, President and CEO of The Prosen Center for Business Advancement, spent 25 years as an executive with top global companies including AT&T, Sprint, Hitachi, NCR, and Sabre. His best-selling management book Kiss Theory Good Bye is a Book of the Year award winner, IPPY Silver award winner, and Best Business Management Book by USANews Best Book Awards.
Considered an expert in the field of business management, Bob is a frequent speaker at business and association events and a frequent guest on FOX News and MSNBC.
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"Most management/leadership books I read are confusingly complex and deliver no actionable information. Bob's book is the exception. It lays out a nuts-and-bolts map for successful execution in any business." -- Ken May, President and Chief Executive Officer, FedEx Kinko's.