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Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers, and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go “above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Empowering Delegation for New Supervisors     (details...)

"How can I be sure my employees will follow through? If I want things done right, I'll just have to do them myself." Sound familiar? Managers and supervisors often feel like they are being pulled in too many directions and do not know which way to turn. Delegation allows management to accomplish their high priority tasks, while advancing the abilities, confidence and initiative of their employees. This program introduces new supervisors to the power of delegation.

Effective Management Skills     (details...)

First-level and mid-level managers need a solid base of management skills on which to build in order to increasingly effective. This program utilizes a variety of learning techniques, including instruments for self-assessment, small group discussions, and case studies to give you the tools you need to build and expand your management skills.

Reviewing Performance Progress     (details...)

When it comes to executing organizational strategies, driving performance is critical. When leaders are able to effectively review progress toward achieving agreed-upon expectations, they strengthen the performance of the individual, the work group, and the organization.

Setting Performance Expectations     (details...)

Achieving business RESULTS requires aligning an employee's individual goals with overall organizational strategy. Leaders must help people see how their efforts contribute to the success—or failure—of the organization.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go "above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator«: Management Implications     (details...)

For over 50 years, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has assisted people in understanding themselves and their preference. Its breadth and depth make it one of the premier tools in your personal development. You will receive an assessment of your personal type from a qualified Myers-Briggs consultant and learn how if influences your management and leadership styles.

Accounting for Non-Financial Managers     (details...)

This course provides the non-financial managers with an expanded knowledge of accounting and finance.

Developing Others     (details...)

Organizations need to get the most out of their people, and employees want the opportunity to do more and grow. Developing others is critical to retaining talent, driving higher levels of employee engagement, and ultimately impacts an organization's success.

Managing Performance Problems     (details...)

Just one employee with chronic performance or work-habit problems can drag down the performance and morale of an entire work group.

And it can dominate a leader's time and lead to frustration and stress.

Newly Appointed Manager: Guide to People Management     (details...)

Successfully managing people in today's workplace is an art. Some people seem to be born with the talent, and some are able to perfect it over time, but many never master the art of managing people. Give yourself an advantage right from the beginning of your management career by putting the skills and techniques that are part of this program into practice.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator«: Management Implications     (details...)

For over 50 years, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has assisted people in understanding themselves and their preference. Its breadth and depth make it one of the premier tools in your personal development. You will receive an assessment of your personal type from a qualified Myers-Briggs consultant and learn how if influences your management and leadership styles.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go “above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers, and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Empowering Delegation for New Supervisors     (details...)

"How can I be sure my employees will follow through? If I want things done right, I'll just have to do them myself." Sound familiar? Managers and supervisors often feel like they are being pulled in too many directions and do not know which way to turn. Delegation allows management to accomplish their high priority tasks, while advancing the abilities, confidence and initiative of their employees. This program introduces new supervisors to the power of delegation.

Developing Others     (details...)

Organizations need to get the most out of their people, and employees want the opportunity to do more and grow. Developing others is critical to retaining talent, driving higher levels of employee engagement, and ultimately impacts an organization's success.

Effective Management Skills     (details...)

First-level and mid-level managers need a solid base of management skills on which to build in order to increasingly effective. This program utilizes a variety of learning techniques, including instruments for self-assessment, small group discussions, and case studies to give you the tools you need to build and expand your management skills.

Setting Performance Expectations     (details...)

Achieving business RESULTS requires aligning an employee's individual goals with overall organizational strategy. Leaders must help people see how their efforts contribute to the success—or failure—of the organization.

Reviewing Performance Progress     (details...)

When it comes to executing organizational strategies, driving performance is critical. When leaders are able to effectively review progress toward achieving agreed-upon expectations, they strengthen the performance of the individual, the work group, and the organization.

Managing Performance Problems     (details...)

Just one employee with chronic performance or work-habit problems can drag down the performance and morale of an entire work group.

And it can dominate a leader's time and lead to frustration and stress.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Accounting for Non-Financial Managers     (details...)

This course provides the non-financial managers with an expanded knowledge of accounting and finance.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Newly Appointed Manager: Guide to People Management     (details...)

Successfully managing people in today's workplace is an art. Some people seem to be born with the talent, and some are able to perfect it over time, but many never master the art of managing people. Give yourself an advantage right from the beginning of your management career by putting the skills and techniques that are part of this program into practice.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go "above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator«: Management Implications     (details...)

For over 50 years, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has assisted people in understanding themselves and their preference. Its breadth and depth make it one of the premier tools in your personal development. You will receive an assessment of your personal type from a qualified Myers-Briggs consultant and learn how if influences your management and leadership styles.

Newly Appointed Manager: Guide to People Management     (details...)

Successfully managing people in today's workplace is an art. Some people seem to be born with the talent, and some are able to perfect it over time, but many never master the art of managing people. Give yourself an advantage right from the beginning of your management career by putting the skills and techniques that are part of this program into practice.

Developing Others     (details...)

Organizations need to get the most out of their people, and employees want the opportunity to do more and grow. Developing others is critical to retaining talent, driving higher levels of employee engagement, and ultimately impacts an organization's success.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Managing Performance Problems     (details...)

Just one employee with chronic performance or work-habit problems can drag down the performance and morale of an entire work group.

And it can dominate a leader's time and lead to frustration and stress.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers, and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Accounting for Non-Financial Managers     (details...)

This course provides the non-financial managers with an expanded knowledge of accounting and finance.

Effective Management Skills     (details...)

First-level and mid-level managers need a solid base of management skills on which to build in order to increasingly effective. This program utilizes a variety of learning techniques, including instruments for self-assessment, small group discussions, and case studies to give you the tools you need to build and expand your management skills.

Reviewing Performance Progress     (details...)

When it comes to executing organizational strategies, driving performance is critical. When leaders are able to effectively review progress toward achieving agreed-upon expectations, they strengthen the performance of the individual, the work group, and the organization.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go "above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Empowering Delegation for New Supervisors     (details...)

"How can I be sure my employees will follow through? If I want things done right, I'll just have to do them myself." Sound familiar? Managers and supervisors often feel like they are being pulled in too many directions and do not know which way to turn. Delegation allows management to accomplish their high priority tasks, while advancing the abilities, confidence and initiative of their employees. This program introduces new supervisors to the power of delegation.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go “above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Setting Performance Expectations     (details...)

Achieving business RESULTS requires aligning an employee's individual goals with overall organizational strategy. Leaders must help people see how their efforts contribute to the success—or failure—of the organization.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go "above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Newly Appointed Manager: Guide to People Management     (details...)

Successfully managing people in today's workplace is an art. Some people seem to be born with the talent, and some are able to perfect it over time, but many never master the art of managing people. Give yourself an advantage right from the beginning of your management career by putting the skills and techniques that are part of this program into practice.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go “above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers, and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator«: Management Implications     (details...)

For over 50 years, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has assisted people in understanding themselves and their preference. Its breadth and depth make it one of the premier tools in your personal development. You will receive an assessment of your personal type from a qualified Myers-Briggs consultant and learn how if influences your management and leadership styles.

Developing Others     (details...)

Organizations need to get the most out of their people, and employees want the opportunity to do more and grow. Developing others is critical to retaining talent, driving higher levels of employee engagement, and ultimately impacts an organization's success.

Managing Performance Problems     (details...)

Just one employee with chronic performance or work-habit problems can drag down the performance and morale of an entire work group.

And it can dominate a leader's time and lead to frustration and stress.

Empowering Delegation for New Supervisors     (details...)

"How can I be sure my employees will follow through? If I want things done right, I'll just have to do them myself." Sound familiar? Managers and supervisors often feel like they are being pulled in too many directions and do not know which way to turn. Delegation allows management to accomplish their high priority tasks, while advancing the abilities, confidence and initiative of their employees. This program introduces new supervisors to the power of delegation.

Accounting for Non-Financial Managers     (details...)

This course provides the non-financial managers with an expanded knowledge of accounting and finance.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Reviewing Performance Progress     (details...)

When it comes to executing organizational strategies, driving performance is critical. When leaders are able to effectively review progress toward achieving agreed-upon expectations, they strengthen the performance of the individual, the work group, and the organization.

Setting Performance Expectations     (details...)

Achieving business RESULTS requires aligning an employee's individual goals with overall organizational strategy. Leaders must help people see how their efforts contribute to the success—or failure—of the organization.

Effective Management Skills     (details...)

First-level and mid-level managers need a solid base of management skills on which to build in order to increasingly effective. This program utilizes a variety of learning techniques, including instruments for self-assessment, small group discussions, and case studies to give you the tools you need to build and expand your management skills.

Effective Management Skills     (details...)

First-level and mid-level managers need a solid base of management skills on which to build in order to increasingly effective. This program utilizes a variety of learning techniques, including instruments for self-assessment, small group discussions, and case studies to give you the tools you need to build and expand your management skills.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers, and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Managing Performance Problems     (details...)

Just one employee with chronic performance or work-habit problems can drag down the performance and morale of an entire work group.

And it can dominate a leader's time and lead to frustration and stress.

Accounting for Non-Financial Managers     (details...)

This course provides the non-financial managers with an expanded knowledge of accounting and finance.

Newly Appointed Manager: Guide to People Management     (details...)

Successfully managing people in today's workplace is an art. Some people seem to be born with the talent, and some are able to perfect it over time, but many never master the art of managing people. Give yourself an advantage right from the beginning of your management career by putting the skills and techniques that are part of this program into practice.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go "above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Reviewing Performance Progress     (details...)

When it comes to executing organizational strategies, driving performance is critical. When leaders are able to effectively review progress toward achieving agreed-upon expectations, they strengthen the performance of the individual, the work group, and the organization.

Empowering Delegation for New Supervisors     (details...)

"How can I be sure my employees will follow through? If I want things done right, I'll just have to do them myself." Sound familiar? Managers and supervisors often feel like they are being pulled in too many directions and do not know which way to turn. Delegation allows management to accomplish their high priority tasks, while advancing the abilities, confidence and initiative of their employees. This program introduces new supervisors to the power of delegation.

Developing Others     (details...)

Organizations need to get the most out of their people, and employees want the opportunity to do more and grow. Developing others is critical to retaining talent, driving higher levels of employee engagement, and ultimately impacts an organization's success.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator«: Management Implications     (details...)

For over 50 years, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has assisted people in understanding themselves and their preference. Its breadth and depth make it one of the premier tools in your personal development. You will receive an assessment of your personal type from a qualified Myers-Briggs consultant and learn how if influences your management and leadership styles.

Setting Performance Expectations     (details...)

Achieving business RESULTS requires aligning an employee's individual goals with overall organizational strategy. Leaders must help people see how their efforts contribute to the success—or failure—of the organization.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go “above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Managing Performance Problems     (details...)

Just one employee with chronic performance or work-habit problems can drag down the performance and morale of an entire work group.

And it can dominate a leader's time and lead to frustration and stress.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers, and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Newly Appointed Manager: Guide to People Management     (details...)

Successfully managing people in today's workplace is an art. Some people seem to be born with the talent, and some are able to perfect it over time, but many never master the art of managing people. Give yourself an advantage right from the beginning of your management career by putting the skills and techniques that are part of this program into practice.

Setting Performance Expectations     (details...)

Achieving business RESULTS requires aligning an employee's individual goals with overall organizational strategy. Leaders must help people see how their efforts contribute to the success—or failure—of the organization.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Reviewing Performance Progress     (details...)

When it comes to executing organizational strategies, driving performance is critical. When leaders are able to effectively review progress toward achieving agreed-upon expectations, they strengthen the performance of the individual, the work group, and the organization.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Developing Others     (details...)

Organizations need to get the most out of their people, and employees want the opportunity to do more and grow. Developing others is critical to retaining talent, driving higher levels of employee engagement, and ultimately impacts an organization's success.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go “above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Effective Management Skills     (details...)

First-level and mid-level managers need a solid base of management skills on which to build in order to increasingly effective. This program utilizes a variety of learning techniques, including instruments for self-assessment, small group discussions, and case studies to give you the tools you need to build and expand your management skills.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go "above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator«: Management Implications     (details...)

For over 50 years, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has assisted people in understanding themselves and their preference. Its breadth and depth make it one of the premier tools in your personal development. You will receive an assessment of your personal type from a qualified Myers-Briggs consultant and learn how if influences your management and leadership styles.

Accounting for Non-Financial Managers     (details...)

This course provides the non-financial managers with an expanded knowledge of accounting and finance.

Empowering Delegation for New Supervisors     (details...)

"How can I be sure my employees will follow through? If I want things done right, I'll just have to do them myself." Sound familiar? Managers and supervisors often feel like they are being pulled in too many directions and do not know which way to turn. Delegation allows management to accomplish their high priority tasks, while advancing the abilities, confidence and initiative of their employees. This program introduces new supervisors to the power of delegation.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go “above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator«: Management Implications     (details...)

For over 50 years, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has assisted people in understanding themselves and their preference. Its breadth and depth make it one of the premier tools in your personal development. You will receive an assessment of your personal type from a qualified Myers-Briggs consultant and learn how if influences your management and leadership styles.

Newly Appointed Manager: Guide to People Management     (details...)

Successfully managing people in today's workplace is an art. Some people seem to be born with the talent, and some are able to perfect it over time, but many never master the art of managing people. Give yourself an advantage right from the beginning of your management career by putting the skills and techniques that are part of this program into practice.

Effective Management Skills     (details...)

First-level and mid-level managers need a solid base of management skills on which to build in order to increasingly effective. This program utilizes a variety of learning techniques, including instruments for self-assessment, small group discussions, and case studies to give you the tools you need to build and expand your management skills.

Setting Performance Expectations     (details...)

Achieving business RESULTS requires aligning an employee's individual goals with overall organizational strategy. Leaders must help people see how their efforts contribute to the success—or failure—of the organization.

Reviewing Performance Progress     (details...)

When it comes to executing organizational strategies, driving performance is critical. When leaders are able to effectively review progress toward achieving agreed-upon expectations, they strengthen the performance of the individual, the work group, and the organization.

Accounting for Non-Financial Managers     (details...)

This course provides the non-financial managers with an expanded knowledge of accounting and finance.

Managing Performance Problems     (details...)

Just one employee with chronic performance or work-habit problems can drag down the performance and morale of an entire work group.

And it can dominate a leader's time and lead to frustration and stress.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Developing Others     (details...)

Organizations need to get the most out of their people, and employees want the opportunity to do more and grow. Developing others is critical to retaining talent, driving higher levels of employee engagement, and ultimately impacts an organization's success.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go "above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Empowering Delegation for New Supervisors     (details...)

"How can I be sure my employees will follow through? If I want things done right, I'll just have to do them myself." Sound familiar? Managers and supervisors often feel like they are being pulled in too many directions and do not know which way to turn. Delegation allows management to accomplish their high priority tasks, while advancing the abilities, confidence and initiative of their employees. This program introduces new supervisors to the power of delegation.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers, and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Newly Appointed Manager: Guide to People Management     (details...)

Successfully managing people in today's workplace is an art. Some people seem to be born with the talent, and some are able to perfect it over time, but many never master the art of managing people. Give yourself an advantage right from the beginning of your management career by putting the skills and techniques that are part of this program into practice.

Effective Management Skills     (details...)

First-level and mid-level managers need a solid base of management skills on which to build in order to increasingly effective. This program utilizes a variety of learning techniques, including instruments for self-assessment, small group discussions, and case studies to give you the tools you need to build and expand your management skills.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go "above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Setting Performance Expectations     (details...)

Achieving business RESULTS requires aligning an employee's individual goals with overall organizational strategy. Leaders must help people see how their efforts contribute to the success—or failure—of the organization.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator«: Management Implications     (details...)

For over 50 years, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has assisted people in understanding themselves and their preference. Its breadth and depth make it one of the premier tools in your personal development. You will receive an assessment of your personal type from a qualified Myers-Briggs consultant and learn how if influences your management and leadership styles.

Reviewing Performance Progress     (details...)

When it comes to executing organizational strategies, driving performance is critical. When leaders are able to effectively review progress toward achieving agreed-upon expectations, they strengthen the performance of the individual, the work group, and the organization.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go “above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Empowering Delegation for New Supervisors     (details...)

"How can I be sure my employees will follow through? If I want things done right, I'll just have to do them myself." Sound familiar? Managers and supervisors often feel like they are being pulled in too many directions and do not know which way to turn. Delegation allows management to accomplish their high priority tasks, while advancing the abilities, confidence and initiative of their employees. This program introduces new supervisors to the power of delegation.

Managing Performance Problems     (details...)

Just one employee with chronic performance or work-habit problems can drag down the performance and morale of an entire work group.

And it can dominate a leader's time and lead to frustration and stress.

Accounting for Non-Financial Managers     (details...)

This course provides the non-financial managers with an expanded knowledge of accounting and finance.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers, and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Developing Others     (details...)

Organizations need to get the most out of their people, and employees want the opportunity to do more and grow. Developing others is critical to retaining talent, driving higher levels of employee engagement, and ultimately impacts an organization's success.

Empowering Delegation for New Supervisors     (details...)

"How can I be sure my employees will follow through? If I want things done right, I'll just have to do them myself." Sound familiar? Managers and supervisors often feel like they are being pulled in too many directions and do not know which way to turn. Delegation allows management to accomplish their high priority tasks, while advancing the abilities, confidence and initiative of their employees. This program introduces new supervisors to the power of delegation.

Setting Performance Expectations     (details...)

Achieving business RESULTS requires aligning an employee's individual goals with overall organizational strategy. Leaders must help people see how their efforts contribute to the success—or failure—of the organization.

Reviewing Performance Progress     (details...)

When it comes to executing organizational strategies, driving performance is critical. When leaders are able to effectively review progress toward achieving agreed-upon expectations, they strengthen the performance of the individual, the work group, and the organization.

Effective Management Skills     (details...)

First-level and mid-level managers need a solid base of management skills on which to build in order to increasingly effective. This program utilizes a variety of learning techniques, including instruments for self-assessment, small group discussions, and case studies to give you the tools you need to build and expand your management skills.

Managing Performance Problems     (details...)

Just one employee with chronic performance or work-habit problems can drag down the performance and morale of an entire work group.

And it can dominate a leader's time and lead to frustration and stress.

Accounting for Non-Financial Managers     (details...)

This course provides the non-financial managers with an expanded knowledge of accounting and finance.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers, and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go “above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator«: Management Implications     (details...)

For over 50 years, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has assisted people in understanding themselves and their preference. Its breadth and depth make it one of the premier tools in your personal development. You will receive an assessment of your personal type from a qualified Myers-Briggs consultant and learn how if influences your management and leadership styles.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Newly Appointed Manager: Guide to People Management     (details...)

Successfully managing people in today's workplace is an art. Some people seem to be born with the talent, and some are able to perfect it over time, but many never master the art of managing people. Give yourself an advantage right from the beginning of your management career by putting the skills and techniques that are part of this program into practice.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go "above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Developing Others     (details...)

Organizations need to get the most out of their people, and employees want the opportunity to do more and grow. Developing others is critical to retaining talent, driving higher levels of employee engagement, and ultimately impacts an organization's success.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go “above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Effective Management Skills     (details...)

First-level and mid-level managers need a solid base of management skills on which to build in order to increasingly effective. This program utilizes a variety of learning techniques, including instruments for self-assessment, small group discussions, and case studies to give you the tools you need to build and expand your management skills.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers, and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Reviewing Performance Progress     (details...)

When it comes to executing organizational strategies, driving performance is critical. When leaders are able to effectively review progress toward achieving agreed-upon expectations, they strengthen the performance of the individual, the work group, and the organization.

Managing Performance Problems     (details...)

Just one employee with chronic performance or work-habit problems can drag down the performance and morale of an entire work group.

And it can dominate a leader's time and lead to frustration and stress.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go "above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Setting Performance Expectations     (details...)

Achieving business RESULTS requires aligning an employee's individual goals with overall organizational strategy. Leaders must help people see how their efforts contribute to the success—or failure—of the organization.

Newly Appointed Manager: Guide to People Management     (details...)

Successfully managing people in today's workplace is an art. Some people seem to be born with the talent, and some are able to perfect it over time, but many never master the art of managing people. Give yourself an advantage right from the beginning of your management career by putting the skills and techniques that are part of this program into practice.

Accounting for Non-Financial Managers     (details...)

This course provides the non-financial managers with an expanded knowledge of accounting and finance.

Empowering Delegation for New Supervisors     (details...)

"How can I be sure my employees will follow through? If I want things done right, I'll just have to do them myself." Sound familiar? Managers and supervisors often feel like they are being pulled in too many directions and do not know which way to turn. Delegation allows management to accomplish their high priority tasks, while advancing the abilities, confidence and initiative of their employees. This program introduces new supervisors to the power of delegation.

Developing Others     (details...)

Organizations need to get the most out of their people, and employees want the opportunity to do more and grow. Developing others is critical to retaining talent, driving higher levels of employee engagement, and ultimately impacts an organization's success.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator«: Management Implications     (details...)

For over 50 years, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has assisted people in understanding themselves and their preference. Its breadth and depth make it one of the premier tools in your personal development. You will receive an assessment of your personal type from a qualified Myers-Briggs consultant and learn how if influences your management and leadership styles.

Effective Management Skills     (details...)

First-level and mid-level managers need a solid base of management skills on which to build in order to increasingly effective. This program utilizes a variety of learning techniques, including instruments for self-assessment, small group discussions, and case studies to give you the tools you need to build and expand your management skills.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers, and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Managing Performance Problems     (details...)

Just one employee with chronic performance or work-habit problems can drag down the performance and morale of an entire work group.

And it can dominate a leader's time and lead to frustration and stress.

Accounting for Non-Financial Managers     (details...)

This course provides the non-financial managers with an expanded knowledge of accounting and finance.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go “above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Newly Appointed Manager: Guide to People Management     (details...)

Successfully managing people in today's workplace is an art. Some people seem to be born with the talent, and some are able to perfect it over time, but many never master the art of managing people. Give yourself an advantage right from the beginning of your management career by putting the skills and techniques that are part of this program into practice.

Developing Others     (details...)

Organizations need to get the most out of their people, and employees want the opportunity to do more and grow. Developing others is critical to retaining talent, driving higher levels of employee engagement, and ultimately impacts an organization's success.

Setting Performance Expectations     (details...)

Achieving business RESULTS requires aligning an employee's individual goals with overall organizational strategy. Leaders must help people see how their efforts contribute to the success—or failure—of the organization.

Empowering Delegation for New Supervisors     (details...)

"How can I be sure my employees will follow through? If I want things done right, I'll just have to do them myself." Sound familiar? Managers and supervisors often feel like they are being pulled in too many directions and do not know which way to turn. Delegation allows management to accomplish their high priority tasks, while advancing the abilities, confidence and initiative of their employees. This program introduces new supervisors to the power of delegation.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go "above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Reviewing Performance Progress     (details...)

When it comes to executing organizational strategies, driving performance is critical. When leaders are able to effectively review progress toward achieving agreed-upon expectations, they strengthen the performance of the individual, the work group, and the organization.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator«: Management Implications     (details...)

For over 50 years, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has assisted people in understanding themselves and their preference. Its breadth and depth make it one of the premier tools in your personal development. You will receive an assessment of your personal type from a qualified Myers-Briggs consultant and learn how if influences your management and leadership styles.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go "above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator«: Management Implications     (details...)

For over 50 years, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has assisted people in understanding themselves and their preference. Its breadth and depth make it one of the premier tools in your personal development. You will receive an assessment of your personal type from a qualified Myers-Briggs consultant and learn how if influences your management and leadership styles.

Accounting for Non-Financial Managers     (details...)

This course provides the non-financial managers with an expanded knowledge of accounting and finance.

Setting Performance Expectations     (details...)

Achieving business RESULTS requires aligning an employee's individual goals with overall organizational strategy. Leaders must help people see how their efforts contribute to the success—or failure—of the organization.

Empowering Delegation for New Supervisors     (details...)

"How can I be sure my employees will follow through? If I want things done right, I'll just have to do them myself." Sound familiar? Managers and supervisors often feel like they are being pulled in too many directions and do not know which way to turn. Delegation allows management to accomplish their high priority tasks, while advancing the abilities, confidence and initiative of their employees. This program introduces new supervisors to the power of delegation.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Reviewing Performance Progress     (details...)

When it comes to executing organizational strategies, driving performance is critical. When leaders are able to effectively review progress toward achieving agreed-upon expectations, they strengthen the performance of the individual, the work group, and the organization.

Effective Management Skills     (details...)

First-level and mid-level managers need a solid base of management skills on which to build in order to increasingly effective. This program utilizes a variety of learning techniques, including instruments for self-assessment, small group discussions, and case studies to give you the tools you need to build and expand your management skills.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers, and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Managing Performance Problems     (details...)

Just one employee with chronic performance or work-habit problems can drag down the performance and morale of an entire work group.

And it can dominate a leader's time and lead to frustration and stress.

Newly Appointed Manager: Guide to People Management     (details...)

Successfully managing people in today's workplace is an art. Some people seem to be born with the talent, and some are able to perfect it over time, but many never master the art of managing people. Give yourself an advantage right from the beginning of your management career by putting the skills and techniques that are part of this program into practice.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go “above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Developing Others     (details...)

Organizations need to get the most out of their people, and employees want the opportunity to do more and grow. Developing others is critical to retaining talent, driving higher levels of employee engagement, and ultimately impacts an organization's success.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Developing Others     (details...)

Organizations need to get the most out of their people, and employees want the opportunity to do more and grow. Developing others is critical to retaining talent, driving higher levels of employee engagement, and ultimately impacts an organization's success.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers, and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator«: Management Implications     (details...)

For over 50 years, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has assisted people in understanding themselves and their preference. Its breadth and depth make it one of the premier tools in your personal development. You will receive an assessment of your personal type from a qualified Myers-Briggs consultant and learn how if influences your management and leadership styles.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go “above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go "above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Empowering Delegation for New Supervisors     (details...)

"How can I be sure my employees will follow through? If I want things done right, I'll just have to do them myself." Sound familiar? Managers and supervisors often feel like they are being pulled in too many directions and do not know which way to turn. Delegation allows management to accomplish their high priority tasks, while advancing the abilities, confidence and initiative of their employees. This program introduces new supervisors to the power of delegation.

Newly Appointed Manager: Guide to People Management     (details...)

Successfully managing people in today's workplace is an art. Some people seem to be born with the talent, and some are able to perfect it over time, but many never master the art of managing people. Give yourself an advantage right from the beginning of your management career by putting the skills and techniques that are part of this program into practice.

Setting Performance Expectations     (details...)

Achieving business RESULTS requires aligning an employee's individual goals with overall organizational strategy. Leaders must help people see how their efforts contribute to the success—or failure—of the organization.

Effective Management Skills     (details...)

First-level and mid-level managers need a solid base of management skills on which to build in order to increasingly effective. This program utilizes a variety of learning techniques, including instruments for self-assessment, small group discussions, and case studies to give you the tools you need to build and expand your management skills.

Reviewing Performance Progress     (details...)

When it comes to executing organizational strategies, driving performance is critical. When leaders are able to effectively review progress toward achieving agreed-upon expectations, they strengthen the performance of the individual, the work group, and the organization.

Managing Performance Problems     (details...)

Just one employee with chronic performance or work-habit problems can drag down the performance and morale of an entire work group.

And it can dominate a leader's time and lead to frustration and stress.

Accounting for Non-Financial Managers     (details...)

This course provides the non-financial managers with an expanded knowledge of accounting and finance.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator«: Management Implications     (details...)

For over 50 years, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has assisted people in understanding themselves and their preference. Its breadth and depth make it one of the premier tools in your personal development. You will receive an assessment of your personal type from a qualified Myers-Briggs consultant and learn how if influences your management and leadership styles.

Effective Management Skills     (details...)

First-level and mid-level managers need a solid base of management skills on which to build in order to increasingly effective. This program utilizes a variety of learning techniques, including instruments for self-assessment, small group discussions, and case studies to give you the tools you need to build and expand your management skills.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go "above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Empowering Delegation for New Supervisors     (details...)

"How can I be sure my employees will follow through? If I want things done right, I'll just have to do them myself." Sound familiar? Managers and supervisors often feel like they are being pulled in too many directions and do not know which way to turn. Delegation allows management to accomplish their high priority tasks, while advancing the abilities, confidence and initiative of their employees. This program introduces new supervisors to the power of delegation.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers, and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Getting Started As A New Leader     (details...)

It's an exciting day in the workplace when an individual is recognized for their outstanding performance and rewarded with a promotion to the leadership ranks. Unfortunately that stellar individual contributor isn't magically transformed into a successful frontline leader overnight.

Management Fundamentals: The Making of a New Manager     (details...)

Successful management requires knowledge of the behavior of people in organizational settings and of the processes that occur in those settings. This program provides you with an overview of the challenges that arise for managers and offers an introduction to the concepts and theories that can be useful in facilitating management effectiveness.

Accounting for Non-Financial Managers     (details...)

This course provides the non-financial managers with an expanded knowledge of accounting and finance.

Developing Others     (details...)

Organizations need to get the most out of their people, and employees want the opportunity to do more and grow. Developing others is critical to retaining talent, driving higher levels of employee engagement, and ultimately impacts an organization's success.

Setting Performance Expectations     (details...)

Achieving business RESULTS requires aligning an employee's individual goals with overall organizational strategy. Leaders must help people see how their efforts contribute to the success—or failure—of the organization.

Reviewing Performance Progress     (details...)

When it comes to executing organizational strategies, driving performance is critical. When leaders are able to effectively review progress toward achieving agreed-upon expectations, they strengthen the performance of the individual, the work group, and the organization.

Managing Performance Problems     (details...)

Just one employee with chronic performance or work-habit problems can drag down the performance and morale of an entire work group.

And it can dominate a leader's time and lead to frustration and stress.

Day-to-Day Performance Management     (details...)

Can you get the people you manage to perform to the best of their abilities? Can you motivate them to go “above and beyond" when the situation requires it? Are you able to use corrective feedback and recognition appropriately to keep your staff on track? This workshop gives supervisors and managers tools for helping employees become and stay high performers.

Newly Appointed Manager: Guide to People Management     (details...)

Successfully managing people in today's workplace is an art. Some people seem to be born with the talent, and some are able to perfect it over time, but many never master the art of managing people. Give yourself an advantage right from the beginning of your management career by putting the skills and techniques that are part of this program into practice.