Establishing Unit and Department Goals

How effectively do you establish and develop goals for your department or unit? This workshop takes a detailed look at seven important skill categories of effective goal setting. An assessment will be used to identify proficiency levels in goal setting, and explore the steps needed to achieve unit or department goals.  Learners receive input on their strengths and development opportunities.

This workshop is ideal for managers and experienced supervisors.

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Management Skills - Getting the Most of Your Management Style Using DiSC (Part 1 of 3)

This workshop utilizes the popular and proven DiSC methodology for understanding human behavior. Based on the work of behavior psychologist William Moulton Marston, DiSC has shown tremendous success in improving communication skills and directly improving the employee/supervisor relationship. Learners will complete an online assessment before the first workshop. DiSC results are reviewed during the classroom session. Discussion includes a general overview of DiSC management styles and their impact in the workplace.

This workshop is ideal for managers and experienced supervisors.

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Management Skills - Using DiSC to Direct and Delegate (Part 2 of 3)

Building upon information learned in Part 1, this workshop explores methods for managers to enhance their directing and delegating skillsets using DiSC to adapt to other styles. They will discuss and write a plan on how to effectively engage an employee that has a different style from their own.

This workshop is ideal for managers and experienced supervisors.

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Management Skills - Creating a Motivating Environment Using DiSC (Part 3 of 3)

Building on material learned in Parts 1 and 2, learners explore the environments they create through their styles and learn to identify the motivational needs of others. They will discuss and construct a plan on how to effectively engage employees with motivational styles different from their own.

This workshop is ideal for managers and experienced supervisors.

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Managing the Change Curve

We face change on a daily basis, whether at work or home. It can be one of the most difficult situations to handle, especially if we resist the change. This workshop provides an assessment and model that addresses concerns learners have while moving through the four phases (denial, resistance, exploration and commitment) of change. Learners will explore the four phases of change, pinpoint their current stage in the transition process and develop an action plan for managing change transitions.

This workshop is ideal for managers and experienced supervisors.

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Assessing and Improving the Performance of Others

This workshop uses small group discussion and case studies to better understand the importance of performance management. The process will be thoroughly examined from the manager's and employee's points of view to better enable managers to fully utilize the evaluation process as a way to encourage and develop employees. In addition, participants will learn more about how to properly prepare and conduct an effective performance evaluation. Also, the role of the manager after the evaluation is concluded will be explored.

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