[NEW] Management 202 - For Managers With 1yr+ of Experience

[NEW] Management 202 - For Managers With 1yr+ of Experience

475.00

Delivery Method: In-Person | Duration: 6 Hours

Overview

Once a manager is no longer the “new manager,” it’s time for them to learn the tools of the trade, which can take years to learn on their own. This workshop is full of real-world techniques managers can use to smooth out challenging solutions and work with their team in a thoughtful and intentional way.

Learn How To:

  • Utilize real-world coaching techniques

  • Be a mediator when there is conflict on your team

  • Deal with “problem employees” using a respectful solution-focused approach

  • Balance letting go of micro-managing while staying involved in things that matter

  • And much more…

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Course ID: B2614

Duration: Full Day (9:00 am- 4:00 pm PST)

Location: In-Person, San Francisco | Click here to schedule private course.

Overview

Once a manager is no longer the “new manager,” it’s time for them to learn the tools of the trade, which can take years to learn on their own. This workshop is full of real-world techniques managers can use to smooth out challenging solutions and work with their team in a thoughtful and intentional way.

Learn How To:

  • Utilize real-world coaching techniques

  • Be a mediator when there is conflict on your team

  • Deal with “problem employees” using a respectful solution-focused approach

  • Balance letting go of micro-managing while staying involved in things that matter

  • And much more…

+ Who Should Attend

This workshop is for managers and supervisors who have been in their role for 1-5 years or more. These individuals should be open to learning new techniques to take their managing skills to the next level.

+ Course Outline

Building Accountability

  • Responsibility vs. Accountability
  • Getting Accountability With the “Why”
  • Corrective Conversations
  • Progressive Discipline
  • SSBIR – A Tool for More Serious Corrective Conversations

Leading Employees Through Growth

  • Why People Quit: Lack of Growth
  • Provide Opportunities for Growth with Frequent Feedback
  • Tool: AID Feedback Model

Coaching for Success

  • A Case for Coaching
  • The FUEL Coaching Model

Managing Workplace Conflict

  • The Root of All Conflict
  • Discover the Real Threat by Asking Questions
  • Making People Feel Heard
  • The Paraphrasing Sandwich

Work on Projects with Strategic Partners

  • Discovery Interviews: Transition Challenges to Optimistic Outcomes
  • Exercise: Transition Challenges to Optimistic Outcomes
  • Reporting Clearly, Concisely, and Effectively

+ Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

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