Take Your Leadership to the Next Level with L200 & L300
CATEGORY: Professional Development
BCREA and the Canadian Real Estate Association have partnered to offer Leadership 200 (L200) and Leadership 300 (L300) as interactive virtual courses via Zoom. If you’re involved with your board or BCREA leadership (or you’d like to be!) this is a great opportunity to take these courses online and enhance your leadership skills.
L200 - Becoming a Leader will accelerate your leadership development with tools and techniques that give you the ability to see the big picture. You’ll learn about providing good governance, participating effectively in meetings, and building consensus as you get more involved in association leadership.
This course will be offered via Zoom on July 9, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm PST, and will be facilitated by Trevor Koot, Executive Officer of the Kamloops & District Real Estate Association and the Kootenay Association of REALTORS®.
L300 - Enhancing Leadership Skills will strengthen your executive leadership skills so you can work effectively. This interactive learning experience will help you chair meetings, answer tough questions and advance strategic plans.
This course will be offered via Zoom on July 10, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm PST, and will also be facilitated by Trevor Koot.
Before you take these courses on July 9 and 10, you must first complete L100 - On the Path to Leadership. This online course will provide you with an overview of the not-for-profit industry, its governance and decision-making structures, the various leadership roles, and responsibilities of these roles. L100 is available 24/7 and is free to complete here.
These courses will be eligible for self-directed Professional Development Program (PDP) hours. After successfully completing each class, learners will be able to download a certificate of completion to provide to their board to verify their self-directed PDP hours.
Please note, there is limited availability in each course. For more information, email [email protected].
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