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Global Technical Leadership at Boeing

University of Washington modules

Executive Education at the UW Foster School of Business is collaborating with the Ed Wells Partnership at Boeing to deliver targeted sessions to support each of the four modules of the Global Technical Leadership at Boeing Certificate Program.

Each of the four sessions offered by UW Foster School of Business takes place at the UW main campus in Seattle on Saturdays from 8:30am-5:30pm at the Paccar Hall. Due to COVID-19, some upcoming workshops will be online via zoom, and those will consist of 3 hours on a Friday evening and 4.5 on a Saturday. Tuition for each Saturday session is $1,750 and does not include parking or meals on campus. You must register for each session separately.

Credits for Continuing Education (CEU) are available. You will receive 1 CEU for every 10 hours of class time. Successful completion of all four sessions at UW equates to 3.2 CEU credits.

To have tuition billed to Boeing Learning Together Program (LTP), you must attach an approved Boeing LTP voucher when you register for the session. The information required for LTP registration is below. After satisfactory completion of the program, we will provide you a letter of completion to submit to LTP.

*Note – you must be an active Boeing employee at the time of the class and meet all LTP eligibility requirements in order to use LTP benefits. If LTP determines that you are not eligible at the time of class (i.e., on LOA or terminated), you will be responsible for tuition costs.

Registration will open 60 days prior to the start of each program. Email Program Manager Allison McCarty at [email protected] with any questions.

Leading
LEADING AND MANAGING HIGH-PERFORMANCE ORGANIZATIONS

This module will enhance your ability to bring about work unit change to increase your work unit’s performance. The specific learning goals are to equip you with tools for (a) diagnosing your work unit’s current operational state (including the identification of key opportunities and challenges), (b) designing a future operational state wherein your work unit’s performance is improved, and (c) developing a plan to bring about the envisioned future state.

Faculty: Greg Bigley
Location: Online
Times: Friday class is 3-6pm, Saturday class is 9am – 3:45 pm with a 2 hour break from 12-2
Course Number: 2024C
CEUs: 0.8

Dates Registration
Please check back for new dates.
Students rowing
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT/BUILDING EFFECTIVE TEAMS

This module will provide an opportunity to explore, develop, and enhance the critical leadership attributes, qualities, skills and competencies needed to create and sustain organizational success. It is designed to challenge the participants to build on their established skills and competencies and to exchange ideas and experiences in a way that enhances leadership and teamwork throughout their organization.

Faculty: Pat Bettin
Location: December class will be online
Online Class Times: Friday class is 4-7pm, Saturday class is 9:30-3pm with a 1 hour break from 12-1
Course Number: 2024D
CEUs: 0.8

Dates Registration
December 11-12, 2020 Registration opens October 13, 2020
Registration closes November 28, 2020
Mindset
GLOBAL MINDSET

During this segment, participants will gain a deeper understanding of the relationship among governments, multinational firms, and organizations, and where each party might place value in the globalization process. In addition, faculty will set the stage to introduce the influence of national cultures that impact global mindset.

Faculty: Kevin Steensma and Jessica Kaminsky
Location: Online
Times: Friday class is 3-6pm, Saturday class is 9am – 3:45 pm with a 2 hour break from 12-2
Course Number: 2124A
CEUs: 0.8

Dates Registration
September 11-12, 2020 This iteration is now full. To be added to the wait list please contact Allison McCarty at [email protected].
Quad
CROSS-CULTURAL AWARENESS AND SUCCESSFUL NEGOTIATIONS

This module will begin with transitioning from the global mindset module on national cultures and delve deeper into how to more effectively manage cross-cultural communications and negotiations. During the negotiations segment, participants will learn about various processes of negotiation to help discover optimal solutions and best means to implement those solutions.

Faculty: Jean Choy and Elizabeth Umphress
Location: Both the July-August class and the October class will be online
Times: Friday class is 3-6pm, Saturday class is 9am – 3:45 pm with a 2 hour break from 12-2
Course Number: 2124B
CEUs: 0.8

Dates Registration
October 16 – 17, 2020 Register now
Registration closes October 3, 2020

Location

University of Washington Main Campus
4275 NE Stevens Way
Seattle, WA 98195
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Disability accommodation

The University is committed to providing access, equal opportunity, and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education, and employment for individuals with disabilities. Please see this reference about submitting accommodation requests.

Cancellation Policy

You must cancel in writing at no less than 7 days in advance of the beginning of class to avoid cancellation charge of $50. Each module requires a minimum of 20 registrants to promote active learning and discussion. In the event the class module does not have enough registrants, then they will be notified of the class cancellation by 7 days prior to the module start date.

Questions? Contact Us

Executive Education
Michael G. Foster School of Business
University of Washington
Bank of America Executive Center, 228Q
Box 353225
Seattle, WA 98195-3225
206-543-8560
[email protected]