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American Public Transportation Association

 Leading as a Mid-Manager in Today's Public Transportation Environment

National Transit Institute Course

Tuesday, June 5, 2:30–6:30 p.m.

This course is limited to 40 persons

This program provides a unique training and educational opportunity for transit managers and supervisors who hold mid-level positions in transit organizations. It provides participants with skills necessary to lead, manage, and supervise from the middle of the organization.

Topics include:

  • Leadership skills - Success today requires mid-managers to be leaders more than managers. What does this mean and how does one “lead to succeed?”
  • Time management - Doing more with less and how to manage one’s time to succeed.
  • Emotional intelligence - Why emotional intelligence or self leadership can be more important than the knowledge one has acquired.

CEUs

0.4 and certificate of attendance awarded upon completion of the course

Fee

All conference registrants are invited to attend at no additional charge.

Instructor

  • Paul J. Larrousse, director, National Transit Institute, New Brunswick, NJ

Registration

Pre-registration for the course is not necessary.  Attendance on a first-come, first served, space-and-materials available basis.  So please arrive on time for this course. 

Questions?

Visit NTI’s Web site or contact NTI's Barbara Van Dyke at (732) 932-1700 or bvandyke@nti.rutgers.edu.

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