Early registration is now open for DHRM’s first Organizational Leadership Conference, brought to you by DHRM’s Center for Excellence. View the conference website or click below to access the registration page. We have a great speaker line up, and a continental breakfast and lunch – all for only $120.00.
Beginning in Spring 2018, DHRM will offer the Organizational Leadership Conference, which we are designing to be the premiere leadership development event for Utah’s public employees. DHRM will design the conference around the competencies found in the following leadership competency framework (click image for larger version): We will have state leaders and nationally and regionally recognized professional speakers and practitioners address these and related topics.
The Certified Public Manager® Program offers a nationally accredited curriculum that helps managers in the public sector develop professional self-mastery. To find out more about the program, the following resources are available: CPM Module Descriptions and Performance Outcomes National Competency Domains 2018 Annual Report to NCPMC CPM Credit Requirements Program Brochures CPM Instructors CPM Associations and Organizations
Learn more about the Utah Certified Public Manager® Program and what it has to offer to students: Course Descriptions and Performance Outcomes CPM Competencies Capstone Project Standards Capstone Project Request
Course 1 will be offered January 8 – March 25, 2020. Classes are scheduled from 8am – 5pm on Wednesdays. Classes will be located at UVU Thanksgiving Point Campus. To Register for this course click: Course 1 – Winter (January 8 – March 25, 2020)
Overview The Utah Certified Public Manager® Program increases the professional performance of current and future government managers. Certified Public Manager® is a professional designation granted by nationally accredited programs in state and federal governments. The CPM Program increases the capacity of its participants to effectively lead people, manage work processes and develop self mastery. The Utah CPM Program consists of three courses addressing leadership and management skills. The program is delivered by Utah Valley University and the State of Utah Department of Human Resource ...
Course Overview The Utah Certified Public Manager ® Program increases the professional performance of current and future government managers. Certified Public Manager® is a professional designation granted by nationally accredited programs in state and federal governments. The CPM Program increases the capacity of its participants to effectively lead people, manage work processes and develop self mastery. The Utah CPM Program is co-sponsored by the Utah Department of Human Resource Management and the Utah System of Higher Education. What will I learn and accomplish in CPM? When and where ...
Certification Once students have completed all courses and requirements, they will receive the designation of Certified Public Manager.® Graduation Students who complete all CPM program requirements for the designation of Certified Public Manager® are invited to attend an annual graduation ceremony. CPM program officials, Department Directors, supervisors, and others are invited to attend the ceremony and recognize the accomplishments of the students.
Our nationally accredited curriculum helps managers in the public sector develop knowledge and practical experience in leading people, managing work processes and developing professional self-mastery. Three courses comprised of a total of eighteen modules cover the essential knowledge and skills for positive and progressive public leadership. Click below for a complete list of courses, modules and performance outcomes. CPM Descriptions – Performance Outcomes
Although program curriculum was changed in 2014, many students who are still completing CPM course work will have taken their training under the 2009 curriculum model. The 2009 Module Descriptions, 2009 Performance Outcomes, and 2009 CPM Program Changes and Implementation documents illustrate the curriculum and policies in place until January 2014.