Carnegie Mellon University

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March 11, 2024

CMU Offers Leadership, Efficiency Training Programs

Now in its third year, Strategies for Advancing Women in Organizations kicks off on March 28. Made available through a continued partnership between the Office of Human Resources and Tepper Executive Education, the program’s 50 hours of classroom-based training helps participants develop a personal leadership brand. The program fosters organizational success by leveraging unique strengths and addressing challenges specific to women seeking advancement opportunities.

The annual nomination period for CMULead and Lean Six Sigma is still open as the cohorts take shape for the programs scheduled to start in June. The nomination process is slightly different this year as nominations will be submitted via CMU=You, the university’s awards and recognition portal.

These two high-profile programs, sponsored by the Office of Human Resources, are examples of CMU’s commitment to strategically developing and training its bright and talented labor force. The CMULead program prepares high-achieving individuals to grow into future leadership roles as their careers progress. The Lean Six Sigma program helps to develop a culture of institutional improvement and efficiency through teaching the principles of Lean Six Sigma.

For questions about the nomination processes or the programs, please contact Todd Rosignoli, assistant vice president of learning and development.