Full program description
This program is available to ASU Alumni at a discount.
$149 each, or all 4 for $500
What the bundle includes:
In this certificate-earning bundle, you will learn and receive the four courses we offer related workplace professionalism. You will receive the following courses at a discounted bundle price:
- Developing a Professional Work Ethic
- Developing Your Interpersonal Skills
- Understanding Office Protocols and Politics
- Planning and Managing Your Career
Module and Content:
Students will take four courses which contain videos for learning and assessments to check their understanding of the professionalism concepts.
In this bundle you’ll learn everything from how to develop your work ethic, to managing your career, and how to set yourself up for professional and personal success. These are skills that people tend to struggle with because they aren’t often taught. If you want to leave the office politics behind and improve everyday interactions with colleagues, our professionalism bundle can help you accomplish that through four different courses.
Who is this bundle is designed for:
This bundle is designed for anyone who wants to take their career more seriously and achieve their professional goals, regardless of office politics. If you want to learn how to have a professional work ethic, communicate better with your coworkers, create change within your organization, and manage your career, then this bundle is for you. This bundle gives you four courses that will be instrumental in your success as a professional.
Please contact email@example.com or call 1.844.353.7856 with any questions.
Meet the instructors:
Mai Trinh, PhD
Dr. Mai P. Trinh joined Arizona State University as an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts in August 2016. She is an expert in leadership development, group dynamics, experiential learning, complex dynamic systems, and adaptability.
G. Layne Gneiting, PhD
Dr. Layne has been called the Indiana Jones of Education. When he’s not teaching Leadership and Integrative Thinking he’s leading cycling adventures in stunning places across the globe. His Dream is three-fold: cycle every country in the world, transform education, and create the seminal work on Dreams.
Robert Kirsch, PhD
Dr. Robert Kirsch is Assistant Professor of Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies at Arizona State University. His research focuses on theories of institutional change, development and evolution, as well as cultivating critical perspectives in leadership theory.