PEOPLE MANAGER Development PROGRAM

The People Manager Development Program sets the foundation for becoming an effective leader. Leadership is situational and people learn best from experience, so you’ll practice key takeaways in a “sandbox.”

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Aspiring and mid-level managers who want to motivate and lead their team to achieve greater results.

 

BENEFITS

  • Increase awareness of your strengths, preferences and values.

  • Become a more trusted and credible leader: improve your communication and listening skills.

  • Increase your team’s impact by cultivating team values through goal-setting, cultivating commitment and increasing accountability.

  • Create a collaborative work environment to achieve faster, sustainable results.

  • Retain your most talented employees by being more responsive to their development needs.

 

MODULES

  • Self-awareness through Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

  • Improving communication and listening skills

  • Creating a high performing team

  • Giving and receiving feedback

  • Coaching skills

  • Leadership simulation - practice and experiment the skills you learned in a safe environment

 

 

Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others.
— Jack Welch
The material and subject matter was beneficial. The presenters did a great job of explaining the exercises, facilitating discussions and giving everyone a chance to participate and feel included.
— Jeff, VP of Sports Programs
All leaders or those aspiring to be leaders can benefit from self-awareness and self-reflecting.
— Tota, Director of Customer Success

Coaching Skills for People Managers

Coaching is a powerful skill that allows leaders to expand their team members’ capabilities, increase productivity, and improve engagement. This is an interactive workshop for new or seasoned People Managers looking to increase their effectiveness and improve team performance. Participants will learn to apply a simple yet effective coaching model that produces results.

Who should attend

People Managers, Supervisors and Leads looking to increase their effectiveness and improve team performance. 

 

Benefits

  • Identify the skill and motivation levels of employees

  • Leverage coaching to empower and develop team members

  • Flex your approach based on the situation

 

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Each person holds so much power within themselves that needs to be let out. Sometimes they just need a little nudge, a little direction, a little support, a little coaching, and the greatest things can happen.”
— Pete Carroll, Coach of the Seattle Seahawks

GIVING AND RECEIVING FEEDBACK

Giving feedback is an effective way to develop and motivate team members. Unfortunately, team members often avoid giving constructive feedback because of the fear of causing conflict or discord. This workshop will create a safe environment for your team members to give and receive feedback well. Participants will practice giving and receiving feedback using an effective and easy-to-remember model. 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Individual Contributors, People Managers, and intact teams. 

 

benefits

  • Help each other develop and grow through feedback.

  • Create and hold accountability. 

  • Increase trust and connection with team members. 

 

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TEAM BUILDING AND EFFECTIVENESS

Building a high performing team isn’t just about having the best talent. It takes trust, the willingness to engage in productive conflict, a focus on results, and more. We'll leverage the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) to increase your team’s productivity by improving awareness of their preferences, communication styles, and decision making. 

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

 Intact teams

 

BENEFITS

  • Gain a better appreciation of differences including individual strengths and challenges.

  • Gain an understand how to better communicate with one another.

  • Improve conflict management and group decision making