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Managing for Performance - 1 Day

Effectiveness Institute
Training overview
Length: 1 day
Next start date: Enquire to book - United States of America

Course description

Course description

Managing for Performance - 1-day in-house course

This one-day classroom course from Effectiveness Institute will teach new and experienced managers the necessary skills and knowledge to motivate employees and develop high-performing teams to generate positive business results.

With a focus on participation, this course will provide participants with ideas and tools to retain and motivate employees, demonstrate clear communication and encourage people to perform as best as they can.

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Who should attend?

This course is suitable for both new and experienced managers interested in formal training.

Training Content

This course will cover the following modules:

  • Leadership fundamentals
  • Effective communication skills
  • Understanding Behavior Styles
  • High-performance coaching
  • Purposeful Delegation
  • Managing Change
  • Creating effective teamwork

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Effectiveness Institute

Effectiveness Institute offers a variety of programs to meet the needs of a team. Program length varies from a half day to two days, and content areas include: Behavior Styles Teamwork Conflict Managing Coaching Presentation Skills and Interviewing Many of...


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Suzi Kalsow, VP of Learning & Development, Bank...   |   2/13/2018
We at Bank Midwest chose People Skills and Managing for Performance over other options for a key program to offer ALL bank employees. We wanted people to have more understanding of differences and how those make us stronger. I used to think, “What is wrong with those people?” Anyone who did not look at the world through my eyes had to wrong. ...
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