The Communication Manager Track offers classes to help prepare communication specialists for roles managing communication programs, departments or institutes. It is open to any Duke employee with interest in learning how to manage the communication responsibilities for a program or unit like staff supervision, developing holistic communication plans, coordinating editorial content for multiple communication channels.
The current classes available for the Job Skills Track are:
|Developing Communication & Marketing Plans||1-3 p.m.||3/13/20
|Participants can expect to learn about the importance of
communications planning, the essential components of an
effective communication/marketing plan, and how to build
a plan in support of their own projects or initiatives. Participants
will work through examples and case studies, develop their
own communication/marketing plan, and review and assess
the plans of other participants.
Other Manager Development Resources:
If you are interested in becoming a better communicator, you should explore the training and development options below offered through Duke Learning and Organization Development.
- Supervisory Excellence Certificate Program
- Guide to Managing at Duke
- Management Development classes (classes available through Learning & Organization Development course offerings)
- Moving from Peer to Supervisor
- Keys to Supervisory Success
- Making Your Point: Keys to Effective Managerial Communication
For a full list of ProComm classes that have been offered, please visit the Course Descriptions page.