Labor Leadership Skills Certificate Program - Boot Camp (LB105)
Ready to make a difference in your union, organization, or company? Want to discover how you can become more involved and understand your role at a deeper level? Challenge yourself in the Labor Leadership Skills Bootcamp four intensive, experiential days with research-based learning and real-world experience.
What to Expect:
- 4 full exhilarating days of interactive and immersive classroom training topics including stewards, basic negotiations, costing out a contract, and effective communication.
- Receive instruction from a practitioner instructor who utilizes a learn-by-doing approach that will challenge, energize, and inspire you.
- Take advantage of making connections and networking with other union leaders.
- Obtain your Basic Labor Leadership Skills Certificate when you complete the series.
Benefits to You and Your Organization
The Labor Leadership Skills Bootcamp is an affordable and rapid-results educational alternative that provides the specific skills essential to success in your organization.
Cornell in Buffalo
The Cornell in Buffalo campus is located in the beautiful historic Market Arcade Building that is centrally located in the theater district of downtown Buffalo, New York State’s second largest city. It is a hot spot for sports lovers, theater goers, history buffs, and shopaholics. Extend your stay and take a day trip to explore Niagara Falls, Canada, and more. Visit the Buffalo Niagara Visitor’s Bureau for details at http://www.visitbuffaloniagara.com/
Art C Wheaton
Arthur Wheaton is an industry education specialist based in the Cornell University ILR School office in Buffalo, New York. He is a former AFSCME union steward and local union executive board member. Art has more than 15 years experience as a labor educator teaching collective bargaining, negotiations, and conflict resolution for unions and management. He also has extensive expertise in international labor union and management research and is a resource person of the ILO and the European Foundation Living and Working Conditions. Art has a master’s degree in Labor Relations and Human Resources.