Leadership Lessons From The Best Places To Work In America
How Smart Leaders Boost Productivity, Improve Morale and Reduce Turnover
You’ll learn new ways to help your associates innovate more, produce more, and stay with you longer. You will learn the advantages and limitations of perks and benefits, the six most important actions a manager can take to keep associates motivated, proven tactics to improve productivity and engagement, and strategies to build morale and increase excitement.
Managing Accountability When Your Team Works Remotely
Date: July 15, 2020
Do some of your employees see what needs to be done and take responsibility to do it while others either don’t see it or do see it and choose not to act? If so, How To Cultivate Employee Accountability will give you the tools and insights to turn these situations around.
Advanced Coaching Techniques for Supervisors and Managers
After hiring the right people, coaching people to improve their performance can be the most daunting responsibility for most managers and supervisors. All the research tells us that people are our most important resource so it makes sense to develop that resource as best we can. Join Larry for a one-hour webinar that will give you the tools to maximize the power of those who work for you.
Embracing Change: How to Survive and Thrive in Turbulent Times
A webinar for anyone experiencing major changes caused by COVID19 or any other disruptions in their lives at work or at home.
With the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic, uncertainty describes the environment in which we work and live. The stock market is careening up and down, travel is limited, meetings are canceled and the business outlook is uncertain. No one is sure what will happen next. Regardless of what the future brings, CHANGE will be necessary – and with CHANGE comes anxiety, foreboding, and a host of psychological factors that will affect our ability to adapt and make the most of these turbulent times.
Dealing With Stressful People At Work And At Home
Stressful people – they are everywhere. Perhaps it’s a co-worker, a subordinate, a customer, your boss, or even a neighbor. Regardless of their role in life, these chronically frustrating folks waste your time, cost you money and make your life miserable. You may wish they would just go away. The reality is that Stressful People are here to stay. In this upbeat, informative seminar, you’ll learn how to deal with them in a way that’s a win-win for both of you.
How To Build Great Work Relationships
Success in your career depends less on your technical skills than on your ability to work with, get along with, communicate with, and interact with people. Using the Insight Inventory®, this program gives you powerful tools to enhance your working relationships. You will better understand your own strengths and how to better work with the strengths of others. As a result, your corporate report card will always be marked, “Works and plays well with others.”
Making the Leap: A Webinar for a New Manager
Anyone who’s been a manager will tell you that there is a huge difference between doing and managing. The webinar is all about the skills for new team leaders, supervisors, and managers.
Introduction To Managing A Remotely Located Team
Whether your employees are occasional home-workers, or out of the office most of the time; whether they’re all in the same city or spread around the globe; whether they sometimes meet face-to-face or never see each other; managing these far-flung individuals can present challenges for any manager or team leader.
The Employee from Hell Is NOT Your Enemy
You will learn a simple method for diagnosing aberrant employee behaviors, an easy way to determine if the problem is theirs, yours, or (most likely) both, 3 critical questions that will help you decide whether or not to act, follow-up tactics to ensure solved problems remain solved and much more.
Managing Multiple Generations
Baby Boomers, Gen-Xers, Gen Yers – the differences between these groups go far beyond hairstyles and nose rings. Differing values, work-ethics, standards of quality, and attitudes toward customers can cause havoc on your team, or they can be a source of incredible energy and creativity – it’s all in how you manage them.
How To Be a Great Boss
This lively presentation will give you tools that will inspire your team to go the extra mile for your customers and produce more for your organization.
You’ll learn how to raise your team’s productivity, increase customer satisfaction, reduce staff turnover, and enhance employee morale. The program is based on solid research that shows what you can actually do to make a significant, positive impact on the performance of your team.