Contributor: Katie Conroy
Supportive opportunities that help everyday citizens learn, grow, and even become more responsible leaders are a significant boon to the community. If you are searching for these experiences to inform your own path or career as a leader, you may find this guide from Batiste Consulting helpful. In it, we’ll cover some of the current avenues for learning as a leader.
1. The Latest Virtual Learning Opportunities
Need to take classes at your own pace and on your own schedule? Consider learning online!
If you’re looking to earn a degree to boost your career, look into business degrees.
There are plenty of degree options that can help score you a better job.
Want to pick up skills without enrolling in college? Check out these free offerings.
There are also online resources available to help with leadership and management.
2. Good Old-Fashioned Books and Reading
Books offer just as flexible of a learning path as virtual programs, so stock those shelves!
More than ever before, it’s crucial to support your local bookstores.
Aside from being able to borrow books, getting a library card has other benefits.
Interested in learning more about leadership? These are this year’s top titles.
This option may be limited due to pandemic restrictions so look into ones in your local area.
Campuses across the country are starting to plan in-person leadership conferences.
Many universities and colleges have also been offering in-person classes this year.
Whether you prefer to learn online, in person, or with books, we hope you found this guide informative. See which learning path may be best for your needs as a leader.Click here for additional college and career success resources.