How many times have you been to a breakfast training,only to walk away hungry? The food was sparse and the “training” was lame.
That changes now.
Starting July 29, you can attend up to 4, 21/2–hour Dale Carnegie Training sessions. You get real training that you can put into action immediately.
Plus, you get a fabulous breakfast at Sullivan University Lexington Campus.
And, you get a year’s subscription to Business Lexington, for you or a friend. (A $52 value.)
You get ALL of these great sessions:
July 29: Conflict Management
A critical role for managers is the ability to manage conflicts between associates, with subordinates or peers. Managers need to be able to listen empathetically, ask the right questions, evaluate the people involved, and determine the right level of intervention and the best approaches to resolve conflict.
August 19: Focus & Discipline - Including Work Life Balance
Solid skills in organizing and prioritizing are highly admired leadership traits. By strengthening these skills you strengthen your image within your organization, and, in particular, with the individuals you lead.
Work-Life balance is a hot topic of conversation among many employees. While you and you colleagues may discuss the topic, what are you doing to create your desired level of balance? What are your priorities? What are the critical factors in your life that you desire to balance? How do you create and implement an action plan that helps you achieve goals and develop a desired level of balance?
September 23: Coach for Performance, Improvement & Motivation
Coaching is about providing support and advice to help an individual recognize ways in which they can improve their effectiveness and performance. Coaching has traditionally been employed to help a poor or struggling performer improve. Now it is recognized as a solid methodology for encouraging strong performers to grow and improve even faster. Effective leaders use coaching to provide direction, instruction, and training to help their team members grow skills and achieve objectives.
It’s often said that people join companies and leave managers. Poor leaders are often cited as the number one reason that people change companies. All managers can impact motivation by understanding the differences between maintenance and motivation, using tangible and intangible rewards, and focusing on appealing to a sense of belonging and importance.
October 21: 3 Steps to Greater Performance & Productivity
Delegation (rather than dumping) can be used to develop people or to achieve specific organizational outcomes. Identifying who is ready for delegation and using a collaborative process clarifies the level of control needed to affix accountability.
ALL FOR ONLY $70