Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Offers Executive Education Seminars for Spring and Summer 2016

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The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School is offering a series for Executive Education Seminars for the spring and summer that are designed to meet the needs of working business professionals.

The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School is offering a series for Executive Education Seminars for the spring and summer that are designed to meet the needs of working business professionals. Topics explored in the seminars include the latest practices in design thinking, strategic management, marketing, and financial decision-making.

Each open enrollment, non-credit seminar is taught by Carey Business School faculty and leading business professionals. Sessions are held at the Carey Business School’s Harbor East campus in Baltimore and can be completed in one to three days.

“The Carey Executive Education seminars are designed for individuals that want to create an immediate and lasting impact in today’s dynamic workplace,” said Pam Williams, director of Executive Education at the Carey Business School. “Participants learn business skills and strategies needed to drive innovation and get results.”

Upcoming Executive Education seminars include the following:

Design Thinking for Innovative Problem Solving
Dates: 6/7, 6/8 and 6/10

Social Media Marketing
Dates: 6/9

Strategic Conflict Management
Dates: 6/15-6/16

Strategic Negotiation
Dates: 6/20, 6/22 and 6/24

Effective Workplace Presentations
Dates: 7/18, 7/19 and 7/21

Finance for the Non-Financial Manager
Dates: 9/27-9/29

Previous seminars have explored cybersecurity, communication, and risk management in business.

To register for Executive Education seminars or for additional information, visit http://carey.jhu.edu/exec-ed or email carey(dot)execed(at)jhu(dot)edu.

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About Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
Founded in 2007, the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School supports business knowledge development and education through its own initiatives, innovations, and collaborative programs across the Johns Hopkins University. The Carey Business School creates and shares knowledge that shapes business practices while educating business leaders who will grow economies and societies, and are exemplary citizens. For more information, visit http://carey.jhu.edu.

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