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Education and Custom Programs

enhancing individual and organizational effectiveness

Boston College Center for Work & Family is an acknowledged leader in the field of Work-Life. What sets the Center for Work & Family apart is our dedication to working with employers to apply this knowledge for the benefit of their organization and its employees. This is accomplished through our Corporate Partnerships as well as through our educational offerings and the development of customized programs to assist organizations and individuals to be more effective in Work-Life integration.

Executive Education

Leading the Contemporary Workforce

Executive Education Workshops offered by

The Boston College Center for Work & Family

Leading Research, Leading Organizations, Leading Results

Please see our Executive Education page for workshops offered.

Brad Harrington teaching

Prof. Brad Harrington engages both corporate and academic audiences on topics ranging from Career Management to Organizational Change to Workplace Flexibility and the Changing Roles of Fathers.

 

Custom Engagements

The staff at the Center for Work & Family would be happy to assist you with customized research and implementation projects related to our work.  Some examples of past custom engagements include:

  • Custom Research (e.g. benchmarking studies, custom Standards of Excellence; mentoring study)
  • Training Development (e.g. developing course materials for flex training)
  • Organization Change Facilitation (e.g. sessions with leaders; helping to define purpose, vision, values; working with managers to identify and prioritize obstacles & develop an implementation plan)

For additional information about Custom Engagements, please contact Fred Van Deusen.

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Strengthening Intergenerational Teams Workshop, offered in partnership with the Sloan Center on Aging & Work

For information about the Work-Life Courses and Certification offered by the Alliance for Work-Life Progress, please click here.