Certificate Programs
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Group 1 - 2024
May 22, 2024 (2 hours online live)
May 23 – June 17, 2024 (2 hours self-paced, on-demand)
June 18 – 27 (2 weeks in-person)

Group 2 - 2024
August 14, 2024 (2 hours online live)
August 15 – September 9, 2024 (2 hours self-paced, on-demand)
September 10-19, 2024 (2 weeks in-person)

Overview

Our program equips cooperative management and emerging leaders with the knowledge, skills, and tools needed to take strategic ideas and initiatives from concept to implementation. Participants will gain an overall view of contemporary issues and topics relevant to co-ops, and then build on that newfound knowledge to secure buy-in from stakeholders, apply financial perspectives and other metrics, and lead their team through successful, sustainable change and improvement.
What you will learn

  • Apply a big picture perspective of the cooperative model and industry topics to the strategic issues facing their cooperative.
  • Identify opportunities for change and improvement that impact their members and cooperative.
  • Collect, analyze, and leverage financial metrics and other measures to support new initiatives.
  • Apply tools and techniques to gain buy-in from stakeholders at all levels of the organization - from the Board to CEO, and direct reports.
  • More effectively lead cross-functional project teams.
  • Solve problems and seize opportunities to create sustainable change and improvement.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Management, emerging leaders, and key contributors looking to lead strategic, sustainable change to improve their co-op’s success in achieving business results, positively impacting members, or improving their community.


LEADERSHIP SKILLS ASSESSMENT

Drawn from the Electric Cooperative Employee Competencies, our new Leadership Skills Assessment was designed to help you understand which of NRECA's supervisory, management and leadership courses and events may be most appropriate for you. Learn more.


How do MIP and MIP SELECT Differ?

Learn more about the distinct characteristics of each program.



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MIP Select consists of approximately 25 hours of contact/instructional hours per session or total of 60 hours. Learn more.

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About the Location
The Fluno Center for Executive Education, located on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, will put you within easy access to many of the popular restaurants and entertainment spots.
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Competencies

CORE COMPETENCIES
  • Business Acumen
  • Interaction With Others
  • Resourcefulness & Accountability
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SUPERVISORY, MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP
  • Governance and Strategy
  • External Leadership
  • Getting Results
  • Working With and Through Others
  • Doing The Right Thing
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