Executive leadership certificate BETA

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  • Coping with the stress and trauma of journalism, using our EAP benefit

    Coping with the stress and trauma of journalism, using our EAP benefit

    The EAP provides qualified counseling experts for you and your family members. It is free and confidential. This 60-minute session from EAP facilitator Gwen Kinsey will reintroduce this benefit and answer questions about how to use it. Gwen will also focus on the effects of stress, trauma and burnout for journalists.

  • Measure the impact of your newsroom’s best journalism

    Measure the impact of your newsroom’s best journalism

    The Detroit Free Press proves its worth to its subscribers and its community every year with its annual Community impact Report. In this 30-minute workshop, executive editor Anjanette Delgado will explain how the Freep tracks the results of its work — the real-world change that happens as a result of their journalism (law changes, government investigations, arrests, prison releases, lawsuits, settlements, amnesty, community activation, etc.) — so it can publish the comprehensive year-end report. The Community Impact Report isn’t just a celebration of what our journalism achieved. It’s a huge help in retaining existing subscribers and attracting new ones.

  • Understanding the financial side of our business

    Understanding the financial side of our business

    Learn how to make the budget work for you, rather than the other way around.

  • Community engagement for underserved communities

    Community engagement for underserved communities

    Q&A conversation about best practices, challenges and outcomes that emerge from engaging and including different communities in our conversations, newsletters and content.

  • Your power as an informal leader

    Your power as an informal leader

    You don’t need to have rank and seniority to exert leadership. What you prioritize, what you value, how you listen, how you communicate, whose voices and views you feature, who you lift up, small gestures of mentorship, open-mindedness to advice and counsel — these all are informal acts of leadership.

  • Strategic thinking and planning

    Strategic thinking and planning

    We look at how one of our biggest news organizations in one of our biggest markets does BIG things. From guiding probing investigative projects to introducing a new pay model to staging a marathon, The Free Press team will share how it sizes up and capitalizes on big opportunities. Hosted by executive editor Peter Bhatia and senior news director/digital Anjanette Delgado.

  • Diversifying our readership, content and workforce

    Diversifying our readership, content and workforce

    All 10 of our active Table Stakes challenges are, in their own ways, designed to help us diversity our staff, our content and our customer base. Rochester’s work over the last year gives us a sturdy platform on which to build. In this conversation, we looked at what Rochester achieved, what obstacles they still face and how any of the other 10 challenges might lead to our next big breakthrough in pursuit of diversity and inclusion.

  • The resilient leader

    There’s a lot coming at you as a leader, in good times and in bad. In this conversation, Mizell Stewart III connects historical events with your everyday leadership challenges, and inspires you to do even better for your team and for the mission.

  • Prioritizing diversity in retention and promotion

    Tennessean editor Michael Anastasi, a longtime champion of investing in diversity in all respects, led a discussion on nurturing careers with a special focus on diversity.

  • Small newsrooms, big ambitions

    Just because your newsroom is small doesn’t mean your goals need to be.

  • New editor orientation, Part I: Our priorities as leaders

    It’s a big job. It’s a fun job. It’s tough job. It’s also different than it’s ever been.

  • How to be a great mentor

    We’ve all relied on the guidance and mentorship of others to get where we are. This discussion, hosted by USA TODAY’s Mary Nahorniak and the Bergen Record’s Dan Sforza, explores how to pay it forward.

  • Managing bias

    This 20-minute on-demand training defines unconscious bias, the science behind it, how it can influence behavior, and the impact it can have in everyday scenarios.

  • Motivating employees based on potential and performance

    Michael Anastasi discusses his form of leadership and how you can put it to work in your own newsroom.