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    LEADERSHIP ESSENTIALS FOR TEAM LEADERS & SUPERVISORS

    Click on the name of the course to be taken to our website for class schedule, class outline, and to register. In this Leadership Essentials course, you will learn how to establish direction for your team and to influence and align them toward the company's goals, motivating and committing them to action and making them responsible for their performance.
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    Leadership Skills Training Courses

    In the Academy of Business Training Leadership Skills Training courses, working professionals will learn the administration of their area of responsibility within an organization, whether it is a business, a not-for-profit organization, or government body. Students will learn to set the strategy of their area of responsibility and to coordinate the efforts of its employees (or of volunteers) to accomplish its objectives through the application of available resources, such as financial, natural, technological, and human. Students will learn to identify the mission, objectives, procedures, rules, and management of the human resources of the organization to contribute to the success of the organization. Students will also learn effective communication, motivation, and successful progress or system outcomes.
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    Effective Managers Power Tools

    Get measurable, expected results efficiently; Use success tools to plan, delegate, motivate, coach, and communicate; build engaged, high-performing team; delight customers. Experiential learning: customized case studies, self-assessments, Action Plan
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    Myers-Briggs Type Indicator(R) Understanding Personality

    The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator(R) MBTI is the most used and researched personality assessment. Rebecca Staton-Reinstein, Ph.D. and MBTI Master Practitioner, works with you individually or as a team to understand how your personality preferences influence your work, communication, and management styles. Maximize your unique gifts. Understand and interact with others more effectively. Individuals: Use MBTI to consider key life decisions, become a better communicator, and use your strengths and talents to become more productive. Teams: Gain insights into fellow team members, work together more effectively, and eliminate needless conflict. Everyone: Learn the art of Flexing to "speak the other person's language" without giving up your own. Receive a detailed profile, content-packed notebook in an interactive feedback and education session. Choose from different types of in-depth profile reports based on your needs. Integrate into leadership, team, and personal development.
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    Critical Thinking and Creative Problem Solving Power ToolsSM

    Program based on definition by National Council for Excellence in Critical Thinking. OBJECTIVES o Solve problems, make effective decisions o Prioritize decisions for effectiveness, efficiency o Make better decisions with limited data o Minimize poor decisions; neutralize stress OUTLINE What are Critical Thinking, Creative Problem Solving? o Define principle o Strengths, Challenges o Meet business challenges Use art, science of critical thinking o Role of values, facts o Challenge knowledge, beliefs, facts, assumptions o Methods to explore alternatives, stimulate thinking Creative critical-thinking; o Use Clarity methodology; proven results o Develop solution options, plan o Make decision with confidence, test decisions Develop action plan to improve critical thinking. IMPLEMENTATION o Interactive o Customized workshops on your issues o Web-based follow-up to answer questions, share experiences
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    Project Management: The Secret Sauce for Successful Administrative Professionals

    Today Administrative Professionals perform many operations once performed by specialists. In reality, these activities are “projects.” Because management doesn’t recognize these assignments as projects, few Administrative Professionals receive training or tools to help manage the work efficiently and effectively. The work is added to an already full schedule, major decisions have been made elsewhere, and you often have no “team” to work with you. Administrative Professionals can and do plan, execute, and manage projects to get desired results on time and on budget. Learn to avoid the biggest pitfalls for any project manager and adapt widely-used approaches to manage projects successfully. You do not need to be called a project manager to be a successful one. Define business problem you'll solve Ban To-Do list; organize tasks into logical plan “Manage” critical stakeholders Track progress; get back on track quickly when things slip Complete project successfully Apply lessons learned
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    Motivating Your Team

    How do we keep employees motivated? Every manager wrestles with this in today’s competitive market place with four generations at work. This persistent problem often comes down to not understanding human psychology and how it operates. You don’t have to become a psychologist but you do have to master some fundamentals if you want to keep employees inspired, engaged, and productive. Learn the strategies and tactics successful managers use: Get specified results by establishing and carrying out a robust plan for team goals and for individual development Lead a productive, innovative team using performance planning, delegation, motivation, feedback/coaching, and evaluation Create effective relationships and communicate effectively with employees. Perfect your motivational and inspirational skills. If you continuously learn from each employee interaction and apply your knowledge to new situations, you will create a productive team of inspired, engaged employees.
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    Create a Positive Environment by Minimizing Stress

    Today everyone must do more with less. The most successful progressive companies realize a positive environment is a more productive environment. When people come to work knowing they will be able to do their best and have their best appreciated, they are more engaged, loyal, and ready to go “above and beyond.” Good employees leave good companies because of their manager who is not aligned with positive company values. Micro-environments can be extremely stressful when they do not allow the person to perform at his/her best and do not acknowledge the significant contribution people are making. Every person who manages others from team leader to CEO can achieve an even-more engaging, supportive environment and reduce workplace stress. Build a positive, engaging environment Empower people to make maximum contributions Promote constructive dialogue and decision making Eliminate chronic stress causes Develop practical, workable strategies to relieve stress positively.
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    Situational Frontline Leadership

    Situational Frontline Leadership is designed to foster successful frontline managers who build people, build trust, and build teamwork by diagnosing individual situations and employing core communications skills to partner for performance.
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    Management Essentials

    Management Essentials is a practical management training seminar that teaches new and developing managers essential skills required by their role. The focus is on day to day skills that managers need to motivate staff, delegate tasks, supervise teams.
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    Off-the-Chart Management Results

    Named Consummate Speaker of the Year, Lorna Riley CSP, is one of the elite presenters in the country, winner of five productivity and speaker awards, author of four books, three audio programs, 30 sales programs, and 60 productivity programs.
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    How to Get More Done Without Offending Anyone: Understanding the Commander Preference

    Understanding the Commander Preference™ is a one hour webinar, designed for those who find themselves naturally in the Commander quadrant from the CORE Profile. Whether you have attended the Make Difficult People Disappear™ webinar and are familiar with the CORE Profile, or simply know you are a leader at heart and wish to develop more patience, motivation of others, and results in your leadership, this webinar is for you!
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    How to Do the Right Things Right: Understanding the Organizer Preference

    Understanding the Organizer Preference™ is a one hour webinar, designed for those naturally in the Organizer quadrant from the CORE Profile. Whether you’ve attended the Make Difficult People Disappear™ webinar and are familiar with the CORE Profile, or simply know you’re a natural at getting things right, following a logical approach, while not trying to be critical, and simply wish to be appreciated for the specific skills you contribute to the team, this webinar is for you!
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    Transition From Buddy to Boss

    Transition from Buddy to Boss™ is for new managers who’ve been promoted, but perhaps not prepared. Help them swiftly move from former peer to partner without the challenges, conflict, or confusion and by developing awareness, leadership skills, and a plan.After this course, you will be able to:Approach their new role with skill and confidenceDevelop existing team members and former peersClarify their expectations, coach, develop assess and plan with the team
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    How to be Appreciated More: Understanding the Entertainer Preference

    Understanding the Entertainer Preference™ is designed for those who find themselves drawn to the Entertainer quadrant from the CORE Snapshot™. Whether you have attended the Make Difficult People Disappear™ webinar or are familiar with the CORE Snapshot™ version of this assessment, or simply want to enjoy what you do, let some of your creativity show, and share ideas that get heard and appreciated, even if they aren’t used right away, this course is for you!
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    Contagious Leader Series: How to Build Value and Earn Respect

    If you’ve ever felt like whipping out a microscope to find an employee’s value and unique contributions, or leaned on your title and power to command their respect, this webinar is for you! Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:Apply the five steps to building better rapport with othersIdentify the differences between authority, power, and influenceAlign job roles and responsibilities with employee gifts, skills, talents and value
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    Contagious Leader Series: Designing Expectations That Show Them How to Grow and Get Results

    This webinar equips managers with proven techniques for crafting, clarifying and sharing performance expectations by using a system to ensure they stay on course and on track, improving their accountability and results. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:Align expectations with specific team members or roles.Clearly articulate expectations in an actionable and memorable manner.Improve employee engagement, accountability, achievement and performance
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    Contagious Leader Series: Getting the Help You Need from Those You Lead

    This webinar raises self-leadership to a new level, providing the skills to manage internal voices, pay attention to what employees say, and employing methods of asking for their help as a key performance motivator.Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:Employ techniques to keep them from taking behavior personally.Use 3 steps to simply and effectively manage up.Sincerely ask for help from those they lead without feeling foolish.
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    Contagious Leader Series: Micromanagement: Who Needs it, Who Doesn't and How to Know the Difference

    Calling all control freaks! With this webinar, leaders will be able to consciously recognize what micromanagement is and how it’s bad for productivity, except for those who need it. With proven methods for monitoring new employee “on boarding” and managing three critical performance issues when they’re no longer new, this course equips new leaders to succeed with 8 steps to improve employee performance.
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    Contagious Leader Series: Employee Mistakes: How to Let Them Make Them, Learn From Them, and Move On

    This webinar will focus on how you leaders set boundaries, give guidelines, create great lessons, and keep from fearing errors or losing the farm when employees make mistakes. Guide team members who make mistakes but can’t seem to move past them, by making mistakes part of the learning, keeping them from repeating them over and over, and striving to move ahead.