Transit Mid-Manager Program: Level II
This 3-day course is intended for second-level managers at transit properties, FTA, and vendors to transit operators who have completed the Transit Mid-Manager Program: Level I from 2014 and beyond. This course will enable you to perform at an even higher level and will prepare you for new leadership challenges in the transit industry.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Specifically designed for alumni of the Transit Mid-Manager Program (Level 1) from 2014 and beyond. Recommended, but not required, to have at least one year between Level I completion and Level II attendance.
HOW TO REGISTER
This program does not have an application. It is registration based as participants were required to apply and must have attended the Transit Mid-Manager Program: Level I. Registration deadline is October 18th.
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Can’t attend this year? Sign up for the course interest list to be informed of future classes.
After completing this program, participants will be able to
- Develop team members through delegation and growth coaching
- Experiment with strategies for managing up and managing outside stakeholders
- Model tools for resolving conflict, dealing with difficult employees and handling underperformers
- Demonstrate additional skills to persuade and influence others
- Design a plan for recruiting and retaining talented people
The class will be held November 6th – 8th, 2019 in Atlanta, GA, hosted by the local transit agency MARTA. For planning purposes, a welcome dinner will be hosted on Tuesday, November 5th at 6:00pm, class begins at 8:00am on Wednesday, November 6th and concludes at 5:00pm on Friday, November 8th. Please make sure travel can accommodate these days.
The course includes classroom instruction, group workshops, an industry expert guest speaker each day, and an agency tour.
Topics covered include:
- Managing Up and Out (includes Managing Stakeholders)
- Handling Difficult Employees and Underperformers
- Growth Coaching and Constructive Feedback
- Communication Part 2: Conflict Resolution
- Influencing and Creating Followership (includes Emotional Intelligence)
- Attracting & Retaining Top Talent
Permanent instruction team includes Carita Ducre, Eno Instructor and Senior Consultant at Insight Strategies and Erin Shumate, Eno Instructor and, Deputy Director, Professional Development Programs, Eno Center for Transportation.
The fee for the program is $ $2,650.00 + processing fees. This includes all course materials, breakfast and lunch each day, and one dinner. There is an option to include four nights hotel with tuition. The tuition + four nights hotel fee is $3,500 + processing fees. Registration deadline is October 18th.
When registering you have the option to select tuition paid online or through a paper invoice. If paper invoice is selected, they will be emailed to the participant after registration is complete.
All tuition payments are before the first day of class. Your seat is not guaranteed until you have registered and paid.
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A room block has been reserved at the W Atlanta-Buckhead for $159.00 plus 16.9% taxes and a $5.00 Georgia hotel fee. Information on how to book the hotel is sent directly to students once registered. Participants also have the option of choosing the 4 nights of hotel and tuition option. If this option is chosen, Eno will make the hotel reservation for the participant.
3377 Peachtree Rd
Atlanta, GA 30326
Phone: (768) 500 – 3100
Many Eno courses and programs grant attendees continuing education credit. Credit may be available, depending on the program. Inquire with Eno staff regarding availability.
If you have any questions, please contact Erin Shumate, Deputy Director, Professional Development Programs firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to be informed of future class offerings, please join the course Interest List.