I know what a tough job management is, particularly in non-profit organizations. Prior to becoming a seminar leader, I worked in a number of management positions in non-profits. Trying to do the best you can for your employees, your organization and yourself is sometimes an impossible balancing act. It is not your imagination that your job sometimes seems too difficult in the time available.
In facilitating management and executive training over these years I have consistently heard from participants that they want more of the ‘HOW TOs’ -- Tell us what to say to an employee with a performance problem. Tell us how to address a team with low morale. What should we say when...? While participants many times know the WHAT of management, I’ve found that the HOW is often lacking, hence the focus of this workshop. We will cover very little theory. Instead, we will work on concrete models and processes for successfully achieving the skills managers need to meet their responsibilities to their organization, their employees and themselves.
I know that your time is extremely valuable so I promise to make this a worthwhile use of your day. I will not waste your time. If you want to become a more effective, skilled manager, then please attend this workshop. My goal is to make your life easier, sending you out with a set of tools that you can easily use when you return to your organization.