Our first webinar series, Bee School, is designed to help management lead their teams and operate successful companies. Think of it as Beekeeper’s spin on business school, taught by an actual MBA professor.
Our mission to pave the future of work for non-desk workers and those who manage them is at the core of why we started Bee School.
Over the span of six weeks, course participants gained valuable insights on how to keep employees motivated and engaged at work, as well as how to build and navigate inclusive work cultures.
At Beekeeper, we want to empower every leader with the tools they need to run a successful team, taking into account both human connection and technology. This is your chance to receive an MBA level education without the cost. No commute, no hassle—just results.
Managers are tasked with the important job of leading their teams and ensuring everyone is productive, as well as happy. In order to drive company success, it’s important that managers learn the fundamentals of organizational processes based on behavioral sciences.
To ensure that all levels of management are equipped for success, this educational webinar series is focused on analyzing workplace behavior, improving motivation and commitment, leadership, job satisfaction, group and team dynamics, and organizational design.
Who Should Tune In
Any manager who wants to learn the ins and outs of key management skills including motivation, employee and organizational commitment, culture, emotional intelligence, and leadership/followership.
About the Professor
Bee School will be led by Dr. Linda Herkenhoff, a full-time professor in the Graduate School of Business at Saint Mary’s College of California where she teaches Leadership and Organizational Behavior and Quantitative Analysis.
She serves as the Director of the Global MBA program where she supervises social service projects in countries at the base of the economic pyramid. These projects strive to balance people, planet, and profit.
Her varied career includes 16 years as a geophysicist for Chevron, VP of Human Resources for EDS, and a consulting role for senior management at Bechtel. Additionally, she was the past Executive Director of Human Resources for Stanford University.
Dr. Herkenhoff’s university degrees include: B.S. in Geophysics from the University of Western Ontario in Canada, MBA from Saint Mary’s College, Masters in Engineering from U.C. Berkeley, and a Ph.D. from the Graduate School of Management at the University of Western Australia.
Dr. Herkenhoff has a wonderful curriculum in store for you. It’s full of mission critical information for managers tasked with implementing new ideas and running successful teams.
1. Motivation at Work
Delve into the key motivational theories presented in a very applied approach and learn how to apply these theories globally.
2. National Culture
Gain the knowledge and tools for working with varied national cultures.
3. Professional Culture
Discover the importance of a professional culture and what steps you can take to ensure yours is healthy.
4. Organizational Culture
Learn what organizational culture is, how it varies from professional culture, how to measure it, and how to drive a strong one to increase productivity.
5. Emotional Intelligence
Find out how to look beyond basic emotional intelligence and fine-tune your approach by taking all three types of culture into account.
6. Leadership and Followership
Discover how these are both critical to organizational success, dive into various leadership models, followership behaviors, and evaluate what works and what doesn’t.
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