Organizational unity is an ideal worth striving for, whether concerning purpose, plans or vision. Being able to solidify such unified thought requires certain aspects of leadership, including modeling and enlisting. Modeling manifests itself in example and enlisting creates a corporate culture which gets followers on-board with specific plans and models. Worth 2 PDCs (SHRM).
Discover the importance of ethical values for organizational unity
Understand why modeling and leading by example are components of effective leadership
Gain a better understand of how to enlist the help of others to fulfill corporate goals
Become familiar with the impact of a unified, values-driven organization
I’m looking for continuing education credits, how does that work with the free courses?
You have the option to purchase an accredited course outright and once completed you will then have access to your certificate of completion (credits). Alternatively, you can complete the course for free, and once completed you will be prompted to purchase access to your certificate of completion (credits).
Can I earn free credits?
Yes, you can! We award up to 3 free credits after completing the first few modules of a course. Once you have completed the required modules, your certificate of completion will be available under my courses. In order to access your remaining credits, you will be prompted to purchase.
How quickly do I receive my credits after completing a course?
Immediately, once you have completed you will have access to your certificate of completion/activity ID to submit to your organization to redeem your credits.
How long do I have to complete my course?
You have one year after beginning your course to complete it. After that year, your course will close automatically and no progress will be permitted.
What happens if I fail my course?
Your course will reset and you will be allowed to retake the course until you have met the passing requirements.
Do I earn a certificate of completion?
If you are looking to recertify with HRCI, SHRM, APA, and NASBA/AICPA, we offer a certificate of completion that can be used to redeem continuing education credit with these organizations. However, our courses are not accredited stand-alone and are not a certification in any way.
Here are some other courses you might like:
It is common for some organizations resist change, and that makes it a struggle to adapt to new technologies. This course will demonstrate how IT is changing the nature of business and explore how to foresee apprehension and convey the benefits of IT upgrades, even when members of the organization are hesitant to do so. Worth 2 CEUs (HRCI) and 2 PDCs (SHRM).
In any workplace setting, challenges and changes will inevitably arise at some point or another. Some companies may be successful in adapting to these changes while others may break from inadequate preparation. This course takes a look at the fates of the fictional companies, Lion Industries and C.A.T., as they run into their own unexpected challenges. Worth 3 PDCs (SHRM).
Learn about the early history of Central Products from Robert and Grace Powers as you are provided an overview of different approaches to the topic of organizational culture. Though mainly dealing with anthropological and psychological approaches, the topic is set within the larger context of the history of management theory. Worth 2 PDCs (SHRM).
In successful businesses, accountability and performance cannot be overlooked or ignored. This course explores the importance of communication across responsibility centers and demonstrates the necessity of offering and receiving accurate information – particularly as it relates to accounting processes. Worth 2 RCHs (APA: American Payroll Association).
SHRM: VTR is recognized by SHRM to offer SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP professional development credits (PDCs). This program is valid for 2 PDCs. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit shrmcertification.org.