Many of us are promoted into supervisory roles based our technical skills, our work ethic, or our past performance, but we never receive training on how to effectively manage and lead others. Add to that the generational and gender issues of today's workplace, and the role can become even more challenging and stressful.
Whether you are a seasoned or aspiring manager, Leveraging & Managing Talent, will give you tools to successfully navigate the more challenging aspects of managing and leading others. This includes how to give appropriate feedback to employees, as well as motivate and coach them into an engaged and effective team. This training opportunity is an investment in YOU, but your employees and workplace will benefit greatly!
This four-workshop series will be led by Cindy Biggs, CPCC, ACC, president C. Biggs and Associates
REGISTER NOW – LIMITED TO 25 SEATS*
Workshops will be held on the following Thursdays from 8-11:30 a.m.:
March 22: Supervision: Leading with Your StrengthsApril 19: Motivating Employees: Know What it TakesMay 3: Coaching: The Way to an Excellent StaffMay 24: Feedback: The Value of On-Going Communication
Become a more effective leader by understanding how your personality type can impact your supervisory performance and how to leverage your unique leadership strengths to become a more effective leader.
In this workshop, participants will:
*Participants are asked to take the Myers Briggs personality test and StrengthsFinder 2.0 assessment by March 15. Information for assessments:
Are you representing yourself effectively on LinkedIn? Are you unsure of how to present your accomplishments, make relevant connections, and maximize LinkedIn's newest features?
This workshop will help you craft the most advantageous language and structure for your profile and teach you how to use LinkedIn to your professional advantage. Know what it takes to reach “all-star” status, and other strategies to get the most out of LinkedIn.
Hands on! Bring your tablet or laptop. Light lunch provided; hard start at 11:50 am.
Cathy Posner is a career coach, resume expert and small business/organizational consultant. She is the Owner of Transition Consulting and Coaching.
Session Pricing: Member $25- bring a non-member friend for free; Non-Member $35
Time: 7:30 am - 10:00 am Program starts promptly at 8:00, light breakfast served at 7:30 am
Nicole Davis, Director, Business Development BI WORLDWIDE
Learn what it takes to motivate employees by intentionally building trust through effective communication, giving thanks, and being a great supervisor. The relationship between supervisor and staff can drive excellent performance and retention, or toxicity and turnover. Positively motivated employees are the key to your success as a manager and a leader.
Develop your coaching skills including how to ask great coaching questions. Coaching can drive sales, employee engagement, creativity, workplace satisfaction and company profitability. By understanding how to coach and motivate each employee, you’ll be on your way to leading a team of excellence and help the bottom line.
We can't wait to see you!
A workshop dedicated to the value of ongoing communication through regular one-on-one interactions as compared to the “annual sit-down”. Learn to set clear expectations with an easy-to-use model and eliminate the tendency toward unproductive defensiveness. This workshop will use real life examples to practice identifying performance issues and role-play strategies to manage situations into positive outcomes.
Wake up and enjoy breakfast with friends and colleagues of the Women's Network! Akron Family Restaurant is a gem of our community and is a perfect place for us to start our day together.
This is a great event to bring friends interested in Women's Network as well as reconnect with members you may not have seen since the last event.
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