- What is Managing Yourself and Personal Effectiveness?
- Working styles and relationship building
- Communicating clearly and assertively
- Goal setting and planning
In this course, we will begin by learning the basic psychological and behavioral patterns that accompany change, grounding the skills you need to manage stress at the individual, team and organizational levels.
You’ll discover the components of resilient and adaptable teams from the firsthand experience of managers and consultants, and you’ll learn how to empower your colleagues through reconnecting with organizational values.
By analyzing real-world outcomes and the methods of great change agents, you’ll prepare a portfolio of techniques to marry innovation with structural and financial stability, so you can act more swiftly and with greater purpose.
Feedback is the backbone of progress, so your managers need to provide clear, constructive criticism – and praise – to the employees they supervise. Create a system in which your managers note when they give specific, intentional feedback to their employees and record changes in how the employees worked following the feedback. This tracks communication and the effectiveness of that communication.
Challenge your managers to delegate work to their employees that’s challenging and meaningful to keep them engaged and interested in the tasks at hand. If some employees find that their useful skills are falling by the wayside in favor of mindless grunt work, they will likely disengage from the work they’re assigned. If your managers have employees on their team who are particularly social media savvy, have them manage your company’s Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts or make that task a rotating responsibility among multiple teammates. If one employee demonstrates especially strong leadership skills, assign them to train new hires.
5 working days