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Why don’t employees do what they are supposed to do? Why aren’t my employees getting the right results? How can I get my employees to work smarter? This seminar with help you find the answers to these questions and help you coach your employees to be successful.This course will teach you how to:
We often find ourselves in situations where the team process it the only way to accomplish a goal. This training focuses on strategies to create an atmosphere conducive to building and managing a team that will produce positive outcomes.
The path to becoming an effective supervisor begins with an awareness of the difference between being responsible for one's own performance and being responsible for the coordinated work of others. Upon completion of this interactive workshop, participants will be able to:
This interactive workshop is designed as a follow-up to "Introduction to Supervision." It is also an opportunity for experienced supervisors to gain new insights into maintaining an environment in which tasks are accomplished and employees feel valued and encouraged. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will understand:
Discover how good organizations become great organizations. This leadership development program is based on the best-selling books Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap... and Others Don't and Good to Great and the Social Sectors: A Monograph to Accompany Good to Great by Jim Collins. In this workshop you will explore how the Good to Great principles "develop a sustainable resource engine to deliver superior performance relative to [your] mission." The Keys to How Good Organizations Become Great Organizations:
An organization is not truly successful until the employees are positively motivated to be productive, highly successful individuals. Motivating employees to meet the organization’s productivity standards can often be a challenging task. Being that every person is different, one person may be motivated in a way totally different from another person.
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