Your guide to the American Management Association's Boston Trainings and Seminars
AMA's goal is to support business success by offering leadership training, management courses, sales and customer service seminars, project management training or classes, and other professional development opportunities across the country.
AMA boasts multiple locations worldwide, and in Boston, we offer a uniquely diverse array of learning and networking opportunities that are perfect for leaders in finance, law, medicine, education, and more. Explore our list of seminars held in the Boston area below to see which seminar might be best for you, and then peruse the following travel resources to help plan your visit to Boston's financial district.
Upcoming Seminars in the Boston Area
Choose from a number of AMA seminars taking place in the Boston area.
Business Analysis Essentials
Are you a new business analyst? This intro business course will cover the roles and responsibilities expected from business analysts. In this 2-day seminar, you’ll learn the techniques and practices used by skilled and experienced analysts.
How to Communicate with Diplomacy, Tact and Credibility
Learn to communicate properly in a business or organizational context. Discover how you can apply tact and diplomacy to influence credibility and impact others.
Making the Transition to Management
Are you a new manager looking to have a seamless transition? This management course is designed to take you through the proper transition steps for managers, to ensure nothing falls through the cracks.
Leadership Skills for Supervisors
Being a supervisor doesn’t necessarily make you a great leader. Adopt some of the strategies taught in this seminar, and develop the key leadership skills that help your team view you as more than just a supervisor.
AMA's 5-Day ''MBA'' Workshop
This 5-day business workshop is designed to be a crash course. Explore the vital skills you’ll need to succeed and thrive in the business world.
These are just a few of the numerous management courses, leadership training, and other opportunities available in Boston.
Not in Boston? Click here to view seminars in some of our other 40+ cities nationwide — or choose AMA's Online Seminars and learn and practice career-advancing skills in your own office.
Top AMA Subject Areas
Leadership is a skill that can be developed. These seminars are aimed at helping professionals hone those crucial skills.
Become the boss you'd like to work for, learn to manage a team and deal with the increased responsibilities of a new manager.
Speak and write more effectively than ever with these communication courses and seminars.
Project managers are the backbone of any company initiative or project. Learn to keep your team on track and maximize performance.
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Who Should Attend
- C-Level Executives
- Business Analysts
- Nascent Public Speakers
- Sales Managers
- Mid-Level Professionals
- Entry-Level Employees
- Human Resource Professionals
- Project Managers
- Department Supervisors
- Organizational Planners
AMA's seminar catalog is so vast; they offer valuable training for professionals in every sector and every stage of their careers.
AMA offers its Boston seminars at Metro Meeting Centers at 101 Federal Street in the heart of the Financial District.
To reach 101 Federal Street, take the MBTA Orange Line or the Red Line to nearby Downtown Crossing. Numerous bus lines also stop right outside, including the 7, 448, 449, and 459. Around the corner at Otis and Summer streets, you'll also find the 501, 504, 505, 553, 554, 556, and 558 buses.
101 Federal Street is also just a five-minute walk away from South Station, making it easily accessible via Amtrak, including the Acela Express from New York and Washington, D.C., as well as the Northeast Regional and Downeaster lines from destinations throughout New England. The MBTA Commuter Rail also stops in South Station, so travelers from throughout the greater Boston area can quickly reach 101 Federal Street.
For those driving in, parking can be found at the on-site paid garage, as well as at nearby paid garages at 80-82 Summer St., 99 Summer St., 100 Summer St., and 295 Devonshire St.
Boston is serviced by Logan International Airport, which is just a 25-minute trip via the MBTA Silver Line from 101 Federal Street—or, depending on traffic, even faster via taxi. Lyft and Uber are also available for transit to and from the airport; rates will vary depending on the time of day and the service used.
- Club Quarters Hotel Boston
- Hilton Boston Downtown/Faneuil Hall
- InterContinental Boston
- Omni Parker House
- Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel
- Hyatt Regency Boston
- The Godfrey Hotel Boston
Moreover, these are just some of the nearby options; there is a wide variety of hotels in Boston's financial district that fit any style or budget. Consult Google Maps or your favorite travel-booking website for a full list of options.
Nearby Landmarks & Attractions
- The Paul Revere House
- Long Wharf and Boston's Tall Ships
- Boston Harbor
- Ben Franklin House
- Boston Common
- Custom House
- Old State House
- Freedom Trail
- Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum