Leadership Training Tailored for Young Produce & Floral Pros
Over this 12-week program, participants experience an MBA-level combination of the most relevant concepts for young professionals – all tailored to the needs of the global fresh produce and floral supply chains. This program is presented in collaboration with the University of Arizona.
Coupled with networking opportunities and a capstone session, the program emphasizes the importance of culture and mindset for growth as an individual and team performance. Participants will learn from highly ranked academics and experienced subject matter experts through a mix of on-demand and real time interactions.
If you’re a young professional, this is for you. If you are growing young professionals in your company, this program will help you build new leaders and show your staff you believe they are worth the investment.
Cost: $1,395 for the full 12 week certificate program.
Session 1: Began July 17, 2023
Session 2: Begins August 25, 203
The deadline to apply for this program has passed.
- Those seeking a foundational understanding of leadership, management and financial skills
- Applicable for all segments of the produce and floral supply chain
- Build an understanding of the produce and floral value chain and the trends that will have a long-term impact on the industry
- Develop a personal brand that is reflected in personal and virtual communication
- Learn the basic tools and techniques of financial management to understand the implications of decision making and driving value in the produce and floral industry
- Understand the basics of effective teamwork in both a virtual and in-person environment
- Develop skills and apply tools to recognize and navigate your way through office politics
- Learn and apply tools, techniques and methods to work smarter, not harder
- Gain increased self-awareness of yourself and the impact of your behaviors on others
- Build critical skills to lean into, versus avoid difficult conversations
- Learn how to develop a more effective working relationship with your boss