- Type: In Class
- Credential: Statement of Completion
- Starts In: Fall, Winter, Spring
- Time to Complete: 5 Years
- Plan #: C2056
Developed by a consortium of Ontario’s community colleges and leading business and industry professionals, the Leadership Development Series (LDS) is a unique program that will enable learners to enhance leadership skills and develop new skills to help meet career and organizational objectives.
The program provides a solid foundation for those looking to enter leadership positions, and for those currently in front line or mid-level management positions. Hundreds have already experienced this training, enhancing their skills to make them stand out as a leader in today’s challenging, competitive and dynamic marketplace.
The Leadership Development Series (LDS) program builds on existing skills and experience, and apply those skills to workplace situations. A wide range of topics are included, focusing on the essential skills required by managers in their everyday decision making and problem solving. Content includes:
- performance management
- change management
- team building
- project management
The Leadership Development Series (LDS) will enable you to:
- enhance supervisory skills and broad business knowledge
- improve communication effectiveness
- enhance teamwork approaches
- increase productivity and organizational effectiveness
- learn from anywhere
This program will provide you with relevant and practical information needed to succeed in today’s business world.
How to Register
Students do not apply to our part-time programs. Instead, enrol in and successfully complete each course listed in the Program Delivery section. Once you have successfully completed all of the required courses, you may apply to graduate. If you aren't sure how to enrol in a course, you can learn more here.
Apply to Graduate
Have you successfully completed the requirements of this program? Learn how to apply to graduate, or visit our Convocation website for ceremony dates, times, RSVP, and other details.
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Prerequisites may be required for these courses. Please refer to individual course descriptions for specific requirements.