Apr 13, 2024  
Undergraduate Record 2017-2018 
    
Undergraduate Record 2017-2018 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

Course Descriptions


 

Non-Credit Architecture & Environment Design

  
  • NCAR 120 - Herbal Medicine for Stress and Well being


    Explores the role of herbs and other holistic therapies in managing stress and stress responses. Details the safe and effective use of herbs for states of tension, anxiety, depression, and insomnia. Demonstrates how to make and safely use a variety of herbal preparations to support body, mind, and spirit during times of stress.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCAR 121 - The Art and Science of Successful Pruning


    Discusses the growing habits and pruning needs of deciduous, flowering, and evergreen shrubs and trees commonly found in Central Virginia. Includes lectures as well as hands-on field trips that will demonstrate tools and proper pruning techniques.



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  • NCAR 122 - Herbal Remedies for Digestive Wellness


    Provides overview of digestive anatomy and physiology, but with an additional holistic mind-body-spirit perspective. Presents time-tested herbal remedies to address the most common disturbances of the upper, middle, and lower digestive systems including heartburn, ulcers, gallstones, malabsorption and more. Includes opportunities to make and taste sample herbal preparations.



    Credits: 0

Non-Credit Biological Sciences

  
  • NCBS 100 - Nutrition For Your Whole Life


    Introduces the principles of holistic nutrition and lifestyle modification. Examines nutrition as a foundation for optimizing wellness and for preventing acute and chronic diseases. Teaches the basics of nutrition.



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  • NCBS 101 - Nutrition for Eating Well Everyday


    Introduces the key concepts and guiding principles in nutrition. Examines the latest research-based concepts about eating well, including food production and processing, diets, weight loss, food allergies, fueling for sports, and preventing disease.



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  • NCBS 102 - Nutrition for Women’s Health and Longevity


    Examines nutrition as it relates to women’s health. Reviews the stages of a woman’s life and the associated special nutritional needs, as well as nutrition as it relates to preventing heart disease, diabetes, cancer, osteoporosis and dementia.



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  • NCBS 103 - The Power of Food: Nutrition, Policy and Local Food


    Provides a background and explores current issues in nutrition, food systems and policies, and the local food movement. Outcomes include gaining knowledge, tools, ideas, and resources to empower nutritional decisions and make active food choices.



    Credits: 0

Non-Credit Business and Management

  
  • NCBM 107 - Introduction to Public Relations


    Addresses the history of public relations (PR) and examines how PR is practiced today. Reviews key elements of the PR process and introduces ethical/legal issues. Introduces a four-step process to create an effective PR planning model that includes goals, objectives, strategies and tactics. Provides guidelines for working with the media, doing effective interviews and responding to inquiries.



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  • NCBM 108 - Writing for Public Relations


    Introduces the elements of writing for public relations. Addresses PR writing for broadcast and print media including news releases, style elements, media advisories, pitch letters, public service announcements, press conferences, brochure planning and writing, and feature article writing. Covers photography and photo captions, as well as press conferences, speechwriting, and press kits.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 109 - Media Relations


    Reviews the latest techniques and trends in effective communications with the news media. Covers timely media relations; the difference between “media” and “press”; new vs. old media relations; credibility; and competitive positioning. Examines how to create news, how to create news hooks, and elements of an effective news release.



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  • NCBM 110 - Public Relations, Ethics and the Law


    Introduces the ethical issues that arise in the practice of public relations and the ethical standards that govern the practice. Reviews the Public Relations Society of America’s Code of Ethics. Examines communications, employment and business law issues that arise in the litigation setting.



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  • NCBM 111 - Strategic Planning and Public Relations Campaigns


    Examines how to effectively develop a strategic public relations (PR) plan while developing a comprehensive PR campaign. Reviews the use of strategic plans as essential components for achieving tangible results and success. Introduces issues and concepts that guide an effective and influential PR plan. Explores how to assess situations; define objectives; identify audiences; and create metrics.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 112 - Crisis Communications


    Covers the identification and use of appropriate measures to meet immediate needs, find communications opportunities, and prevent or limit damages caused by a crisis situation.



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  • NCBM 115 - Image Management


    Examines image management as a tool used by public relations professionals to build or strengthen a company’s image in the eyes of the public. Learn about the power of public relations and corporate image using the latest practices and techniques to create favorable public impressions, establish a recognizable image, and develop an effective imaging plan.



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  • NCBM 118 - Political Public Relations


    Examines political public relations, including election campaign tactics; constituent relations; damage control and crisis communications; issue management; lobbying support; and public affairs.



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  • NCBM 123 - Branding Through Public Relations


    Examines the role of public relations in defining, advancing and defending the institutional brand. Reviews the brand imperative as a driver of effective PR within the organization. Examines two basic components of brand and their implications for PR strategy and direction. Explores the PR role in institutionalizing the brand, and three operational elements of brand that define PR practice.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 125 - First-Level Leadership


    Examines first-level leadership, styles of leadership, and situational leadership. Covers effective writing, conflict management, teamwork, collaboration and strategic planning.



    Credits: 0

  
  • NCBM 126 - Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms


    No course description available at this time



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 127 - Executive Leadership Career Development


    Focuses on the various dimensions of effective executive leadership and the development of individual leadership potential. Examines situational leadership; managerial style and effectiveness; interpersonal communications and relations; personal goal development; and career planning.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 128 - Support Services Management


    Examines communication, customer service, high performance teams, stress management, diversity, and the learning organization within the context of support services management.



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  • NCBM 129 - International Parking Institute


    Addresses management and leadership topics such as leading others, managing conflict, situational leadership, employee theft, managing diversity, and leadership styles. Covers industry-specific topics such as financial management, revenue control, customer service, design and maintenance, and bond feasibility within the context of international parking.



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  • NCBM 130 - Politics of National Security


    Explores the military, economic and political environment of American defense decision making. Focuses on the concepts, issues and institutions that shape defense programs and policies. Examines the internal structures and processes through which the Navy executes them. Reviews the interaction of contending domestic and foreign policy objectives, strategic doctrines, and tactical weapons programs.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 131 - Local Government Leadership Institute


    No course description available at this time.



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  • NCBM 139 - Strategic Planning: A Practical Approach for Competitive Success


    Introduces strategic planning as an integral part of a business or organization. Reviews the key components of a strategic plan, and how to think strategically. Covers the basics and steps necessary for developing a strategic plan for a business or organization.



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  • NCBM 141 - Training Program Design and Development


    Reviews the basic elements of designing and developing training programs. Examines the foundational formative and summative evaluations, and their use within program design and development.



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  • NCBM 142 - Training of Trainers


    Examines how training is used as a planned and organized activity designed to impart skills, techniques and methodologies. Provides the fundamental knowledge and skills essential to training. Reviews adult learning theory, group dynamics, and needs assessment. Explores how to establish training goals and objectives. Reviews the components for the design, delivery and evaluation of training.



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  • NCBM 143 - Data Collection & Analysis for Continuous Improvement


    Examines the skills needed for data collection and analysis. Covers the basics of data-driven analysis using customer satisfaction data, performance data, and strategic planning outcome data. Teaches the tools and strategies necessary for data-driven decision-making. Explores how data-driven analysis and decision-making create an organizational culture of continuous quality improvement.



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  • NCBM 150 - Multiple Award Contracts


    Provides pertinent information relating to the use of multiple award contracts and Federal Supply Schedules.



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  • NCBM 151 - Award Term Contracting


    Reviews award term contracting, including key characteristics, advantages and disadvantages. Examines appropriate use of award term contracting, and how to successfully incorporate it into contracts.



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  • NCBM 152 - OMB Circular A-76


    Reviews OMB Circular A-76: what it is, its purpose, and function. Examines the intent of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy. Reviews suggested revisions to A-76, as well as the expected outcomes of the newly revised A-76. Discusses what commercial companies can do to meet the challenges and opportunities of the new OMB Circular A-76.



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  • NCBM 153 - Federal Procurement E-Commerce


    Reviews the terms used with regard to federal procurement and e-commerce. Examines federal legal authorities, and provides a brief overview of state, local and federal systems.



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  • NCBM 154 - Performance-Based Contracting


    Covers the basics of performance-based contracting and performance-based service contracting. Reviews the writing of a statement of work (SOW).



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  • NCBM 155 - Implementation of 803: Multiple Award Contracts


    Provides an update on multiple award contracts and the implementation of 803.



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  • NCBM 156 - Commercial Overview of Outsourcing


    Examines the commercial side of outsourcing, and provides an update on A-76.



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  • NCBM 157 - Overview of Government Contracting


    Provides an overview of doing business with the federal government.



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  • NCBM 158 - Performance-Based Services Acquisition S O Ws


    Provides an overview of performance-based services acquisition (PBSA). Covers how to write a PBSA Statement of Work (SOW).



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  • NCBM 159 - Past Performance and Its Impact on Source Selection


    Provides an overview of how to measure and evaluate past performance. Reviews how to use this data in source selection.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 161 - Becoming a Versatile Leader


    Examines how leadership has evolved, and the skills needed of leaders to effectively navigate the challenges of today and tomorrow. Discusses the roles leaders and managers. Reviews the versatile leader model, and characteristics that make the versatile leader exceptional and effective.



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  • NCBM 162 - Leadership and Influence


    Examines the key strengths and weaknesses of each social style behavioral theme. Discusses clear strategies for identifying the different social styles of associates and/or customers. Helps participants develop an action plan for making current relationships more productive, and utilize strategies for breaking down communication barriers that prohibit maximum performance.



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  • NCBM 163 - Leading Change


    Examines how to identify the human dynamics of change, as well as the process to manage the human aspects of implementing change. Reviews the eight human risk factors involved in leading successful change interventions.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 164 - Persuasively Presenting Your Ideas


    Presents techniques and planning structures to organize and present ideas persuasively. Examines how to effectively use presentation aids and supporting materials. Reviews how to leverage personal skills and talents to make a winning presentation.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 165 - Trail Blazing with Teams


    Explores how to accelerate team development and performance. Identifies phases of team development, and the critical components essential to high-performing teams. Reviews models of team effectiveness.



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  • NCBM 166 - Inspiring Creativity


    Reviews the three critical components of a creativity model used to unlock ideas and insights. Examines nine key principles for everyday creativity. Discusses the four different creativity preferences, as well as tips and techniques used to initiate the creativity process.



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  • NCBM 168 - Ethics in Organizations: How to Lead & Live in a Workplace You Admire


    Explores what it means to be ethical, how to make ethical decisions, and how to muster the moral courage to do the right thing. Examines why good leaders sometimes end up doing bad things, and how good leaders can create good organizations – those with healthy ethical climates. Reviews how to find ethical solutions to common problems.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 169 - Creating Franchise Value through Public Relations


    Introduces a framework for integrating the practice of public relations into the core operational functions of an organization. Examines PR’s responsibilities that can collectively represent the organization’s reputational capital. Reviews a shift in the conventional PR paradigm from a purely support function toward an operational orientation with greater functional integrity with core operations.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 170 - Audience Analysis and Targeting


    Examines the various methods for identifying and profiling target audiences from both demographic and behavioral perspectives. Covers the theories behind both demographic and behavioral perspectives, and applies them to real-world applications.



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  • NCBM 175 - Leading Teams


    Demonstrates how improving teamwork can dramatically improve both the quality and quantity of results. Reviews practical and fundamental strategies for building collaboration among a group of individuals whose action and commitment are needed to achieve a goal.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 176 - Developing High Performance Teams


    Reviews the characteristics of a high performance team and the team’s ability to gain insight into not only what is being done by the team, but also how it is being done. Examines a structured process for improving team performance.



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  • NCBM 178 - COTR Training


    Covers the 18 units of instruction set forth by the COTR Training Blueprint, FAI. Includes basic COTR roles and responsibilities; procurement ethics; CICA; writing SOWs; acquisition planning; inspection and acceptance; and modifications, delays, claims, and remedies. Also covers government property; termination; payment; contractor performance; and closeout.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 179 - Sitting at the Table: Meeting Facilitation


    Explores how to identify the purpose or goal for a meeting or a series of meetings. Covers how to create the right environment, establish the agenda, and follow-through on action items to get a productive result from the time invested in the meeting.



    Credits: 0

  
  • NCBM 180 - Business Process Management and the Balanced Scorecard


    Reviews the use of Business Process Management and the Balanced Scorecard to link and align strategy and operations so process improvement efforts yield real, measurable business benefits.



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  • NCBM 182 - Enterprise Process Management: How to Optimize Cross-Functional Processes


    Examines enterprise business processes as the end-to-end, cross-functional practices that create and ultimately deliver value to the customer. Reviews how managing these processes is critical to organizational success. Covers how to map, manage and measure core processes while improving cross-functional collaboration.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 183 - Situational Leadership®: A Model for Teamwork


    Examines how Situational Leadership® can be used as a powerful tool to create a high performance team that is focused on continuous improvement. Reviews how the Situational Leadership® Model can be used as a foundation for teamwork.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 185 - Fundamentals of Management


    Covers the basic responsibilities of managers including the functions of planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating the work of others. Examines delegation with control; managing vs. micro-managing; managing the manager’s time; managing multiple projects simultaneously; and giving effective feedback.



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  • NCBM 186 - Situational Leadership®: A Model for Coaching and Developing Employees


    Examines the Situational Leadership® Model. Covers the four styles of leadership: directing, coaching, supporting and delegating. Discusses the model’s use in developing the leader’s skill of reading an employee’s task readiness, the primary determinant of appropriate leadership behavior.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 187 - Managing for High Performance


    Examines leadership skills necessary for high performance.



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  • NCBM 188 - Process Mapping and Analysis


    Examines process mapping as a method to look beyond an organization’s functional activities and rediscover its core processes. Reviews the use of process maps to peel away the complexity of an organizational structure (and internal politics) and focus on the processes that are at the heart of the business. Introduces systems thinking, and teaches how to construct and analyze process flow charts.



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  • NCBM 190 - Developing Your Public Sector Balanced Scorecard


    Examines the Balanced Scorecard (BSC) as a strategic management system tool designed to assist organizations achieve and sustain strategic success in ever-changing environments. Reviews how the BSC uses customer, process, and internal development metrics to influence day-to-day management that ultimately helps organizations achieve strategic goals.



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  • NCBM 191 - Consulting Skills


    Covers the role internal consultants can play in enhancing organizational performance. Reviews the methods used by consultants to understand how organizations work and contribute to greater organizational effectiveness. Examines the personal skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary for an internal consultant.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 192 - Controlling Project Risks and Costs


    Discusses how to control costs as a critical component of project management. Covers resource risk management planning; estimating costs; budgeting; qualitative and quantitative risk analysis and risk identification; and monitoring and control. Reviews the Project Management Institute’s project cost management and project risk management knowledge areas.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 193 - Organizational Culture: The Key to Recruiting and Retention


    No course description available at this time.



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  • NCBM 194 - Beyond Customer Satisfaction: Creating Customer Loyalty Through Experience Engineering


    Explores why customers respond to well-crafted experiences that meet deep, often unconscious emotional needs. Focuses on a sophisticated methodology for finding what customers want and giving it to them. Examines ways to answer critical business questions regarding customer experience, loyalty, and preferences to create unique customer experiences.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 195 - Marketing and Selling to the Federal Government


    Reviews the federal government marketplace including government process; the contractor’s process; and methods to obtain government business. Examines how to analyze and shape the request for proposal (RFP); gather marketing information; conduct competitive analyses; prepare bid and proposal budgets; establish milestones; review price volumes; and develop and submit a proposal.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 196 - Contract Basics


    Reviews the federal government marketplace including government process; the contractor’s process; and methods to obtain government business. Examines the phases of a contract; contract organization; customer relationships; contract management; audits; task and delivery orders; contract changes; and shutdown.



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  • NCBM 197 - Subcontracts Management


    Presents both a broad and very specific view of management theory and principles. Examines the practical day-to-day issues confronted by the subcontracts practitioner regarding such subjects as: management and subcontracts basics; ethics; subcontracts role in proposal development; teaming agreement; non-disclosure agreement; and teaming and past performance.



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  • NCBM 200 - Leadership Challenge


    Explores how to grow from being a manager to a leader. Discusses how great leaders motivate and unleash the talents and capabilities of the people within organizations. Reviews how leaders develop the ability to inspire commitment and accountability.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 201 - Business Process Mapping


    Reviews process mapping and process engineering within the context of proven best management practices.



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  • NCBM 205 - Situational Leadership®: Theory and Practice


    Examines the Situational Leadership® Model. Covers the four styles of leadership: directing, coaching, supporting and delegating. Discusses the model’s use in developing the leader’s skill of reading an employee’s task readiness, the primary determinant of appropriate leadership behavior.



    Credits: 0
  
  • NCBM 206 - Co-Leadership and Power Partnerships


    Examines the role of the co-leader, one who typically serves as second-in-command and is complementary to the leader. Explores the leader/co-leader partnership in high performance organizations that value leadership inclusion and collaboration. Reviews the process for developing effective leader/co-leader partnerships.



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  • NCBM 207 - Application of Management Fundamentals: Case Studies


    Applies theories to real situations utilizing case studies. Discusses and debates how managers best resolve, exploit or contend with various work situations.



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  • NCBM 208 - Mapping and Deploying Strategy in the Public Sector


    Examines how a strategy map forces public sector organizations to think about how the organizational functions interact with and support each other. Reviews the strategy map as a management tool that articulates an organization’s strategy through a series of cross-functional, cause-and-effect relationships. Covers the use of the strategy map in relation to the 4 Balanced Scorecard perspectives.



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  • NCBM 209 - Overview of Critical Thinking


    Examines the difference between what critical thinking is and what it is not. Reviews the elements of critical thinking and its application. Explores tools to identify and challenge assumptions. Reviews how to evaluate the key differences between facts, opinions and projections.



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  • NCBM 210 - Role of Thinking: 21st Century Key Changes


    Reviews critical thinking within a historical context and answers the question and explores the concept of Metaphoric Model. Demonstrates the use of focus questions for results and the practice of collaborative thinking skills in a team environment.



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  • NCBM 211 - Situational Leadership®: Theory and Practice


    Examines the Situational Leadership® Model. Covers the four styles of leadership: directing, coaching, supporting and delegating. Discusses the model’s use in developing the leader’s skill of reading an employee’s task readiness, the primary determinant of appropriate leadership behavior.



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  • NCBM 212 - Meaning and Reasoned Judgment/Shared Values


    Examines three key questions: 1. What is reasoned judgment? 2. What is the path to reasoned judgment? 3. What are fact, preference, concept and criteria? Demonstrates the process using Socratic Questions to apply judgment qualities and shared values.



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  • NCBM 213 - The Problem-Solving Method


    Focuses on problem-solving and how it relates to critical thinking. Reviews how problem solving begins with problem definition. Presents a five-step model for problem-solving that can be used in collaborative and individual situations.



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  • NCBM 214 - Smart Thinking and Decision-Making


    Examines how to understand one’s thinking style through a series of exercises. Explores how critical thinking skills change patterns of thought and subsequently, behavior, to transform the workplace. Discusses the use of these skills in jobs, such as human resources and accounting, that are becoming more strategic and analytical, rather than transactional or rule-driven, as in the past.



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  • NCBM 216 - CPA Ethics


    Reviews the latest updates in standards of conduct and practice based on the Virginia Board of Accountancy CPA Ethics Outline. Addresses rules and standards governing the conduct of members of the CPA profession.



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  • NCBM 217 - Thinking Lean: The New Diet for Operational Effectiveness


    Examines the lean operation as one that has identified and eliminated non-value-added activities. Reviews concepts and principles for sustainable organizational transformation, including identifying waste, organizing the workplace, and developing continuous improvement. Includes tools such as Value Stream Mapping, Kanban, Kaizen, and Takt time. Teaches how to make lean effective.



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  • NCBM 218 - Getting Social: How Social Media is Revolutionizing PR


    Examines how the strategic combination of social media and traditional public relations tactics can be used to promote an organization’s image, share its messages and build its brand. Explores the latest technology, best practices and social media’s role in the marketing mix through a case study approach.



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  • NCBM 221 - Intro to Fam Hsg Mgmt, Bh-1


    Intro to Fam Hsg Mgmt, Bh-1



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  • NCBM 226 - Mgmt Princ./Ops


    Mgmt Princ./Ops



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  • NCBM 227 - Influence Without Authority


    Examines how to influence processes, policies, and outcomes when not in a position of power. Topics include discovering the difference between positional and personal power, and coming to understand what may be hindering personal power. Explores how to find sources of alliance, avoid self-sabotage, and assess the values of an organization.



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  • NCBM 228 - Generations in the Workplace


    Introduces the values, attitudes and opinions that drive the four generations in today’s workplace. Provides guidance for how to help a multi-generational workforce work together to leverage their differences and increased productivity.



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  • NCBM 229 - Choosing Balance and Leadership


    Explores the perceived dichotomy between balance and leadership and discovers how choices that contribute to balance can lead to more effective leadership. Explores techniques for values clarification, goal-setting, decision-making, stress management, and re-fueling.



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  • NCBM 230 - Intro to Organizational Behavior


    Provides practical techniques for understanding what happens when people work together as well as what might make it better or worse. Topics include how to talk about behavior in a productive way, the idea of needs and getting them fixed, and how technology can change organizations in unpredictable ways.



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  • NCBM 231 - Focusing Your Energies: Effective Workflow Management


    Introduces entrepreneurs to fully maximizing time in order to achieve business goals. Topics include reestablishing a relationship with goal setting and achievement, helping create processes for reducing procrastination, and helping to achieve more in less time.



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  • NCBM 232 - Managing People


    Managing People



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  • NCBM 233 - Coaching for Performance


    Coaching for Performance



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  • NCBM 234 - High Performance Organizations


    High Performance Organizations



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  • NCBM 236 - Horse Sense for Leaders


    Students observe a cowboy working with horses at an area ranch, and assess and analyze how these observations are applicable in daily life. Reviews effective communication, establishing a shared understanding of needs and expectations, gaining commitment and increased motivation, and building trust and gaining respect.



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  • NCBM 237 - Making the Transition to the Supervisory Role


    Focuses on the unique challenges of the middle manager, specifically the role of the front-line leader. Provides the fundamental understandings and practices essential to supervisory success.



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  • NCBM 238 - Internal Communications


    Provides a comprehensive view of the role, scope, and importance of powerful internal communications. Develops skills to deliver highly effective communications.



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  • NCBM 239 - Interpersonal Skills at Work


    Examines how to listen strategically and how to successfully address skill deficits in a variety of settings and situations. Explores how to identify and practice strategies for improving relationships, coaching others, and building success.



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  • NCBM 240 - Performance Reviews that Work


    Examines all facets of writing and delivering reviews that improve performance and strengthen relationships. Explores ways supervisors can better manage performance and support employee development year-round.



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  • NCBM 241 - Corrective Counseling and Terminations


    Explores when managers may need to provide corrective counseling, when termination may be appropriate, as well as the need for clear and consistent policies related to both. Includes verbal and written warnings, and the importance of preparing for a termination, while ensuring it is legal.



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  • NCBM 242 - Managing Organizational Stress


    Explores the research-based, self-care practices for managing stress, and the organizational practices associated with high job satisfaction and better work performance. Engages in experiential exercises to discover the power of simple, practical stress management tools.



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  • NCBM 243 - Team Accountability


    Discovers how to effectively communicate and measure accountability. Identifies individual and group action items and makes them manageable for the entire team. Implements strategies to uncover roadblocks to success and resistance to accountability.



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  • NCBM 244 - Managing Emotions in Workplace


    Discusses emotional skills that are the foundation for success in the workplace. Explores the common emotional situations employees experience. Applies principles derived from research on emotional intelligence to arrive at new solutions for old problems.



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  • NCBM 245 - Leading a Virtual Team


    Examines the critical issues involved in implementing a virtual team, and how to foster a cultural climate conducive to virtual teams. Recognizes the unique role of a team leader, as well as key elements of successful virtual communication and creating a virtual team implementation plan.



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