2 required courses, plus 1 optional course (37.5 hours)
Classroom, Online | Learn more
Complete in 4 months, or up to 2 years
Meeting mastery is the art of effectively planning, facilitating and following up on meetings.
Good meetings save time, increase engagement and accountability, and contribute to positive organizational culture. This program builds your meeting mastery skills and enhances your abilities. Managers, administrative professionals, executive assistants and those looking to increase their leadership abilities will benefit from the practical knowledge in these courses.
Learn how to plan and prepare for meetings so you can ensure they serve their intended purpose. Gain an understanding of what to do during and after meetings to maximize their effectiveness and reach desired outcomes. Gain essential facilitation skills and learn to put your skills into action.
Learn to identify objectives, manage participation and conflict, build trust and rapport, and develop action item plans so you can support effective meetings. Increase your interpersonal skills to support team work, enhance productivity and foster communication between meeting participants.
Highlights and benefits
Earn a recognized credential | Enhance your career prospects
Enhance your life | Develop your personal and professional skills
Real-world knowledge | Learn from experienced industry professionals
Gain hands-on experience | Demonstrate workplace competencies to potential employers
Online delivery | Enjoy the flexibility of online learning and complete this program from anywhere
Course schedule by semester
(Sept. - Dec.)
(Jan. - April)
(May - Aug.)
|Effective Facilitation for Managers and Leaders||CL||CL|
|Making Meetings Move||ON||ON|
|Workplace Presentation Skills||ON*||CL|
|Effective Interpersonal Communication||CL||ON*||ON*|
*This online course is offered in a live, online format. Learn more about our online learning options.
This schedule is subject to change. Courses start on various dates within each semester. Fall schedule and registration is available in June; Winter schedule and registration is available in November; and Spring/Summer schedule and registration is available in March.