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Coaching & Teambuilding Skills for Managers & Supervisors

August 6 @ 8:30 am - 3:00 pm EDT

$250

Presenter: Kevin Binion from SkillPath/National Seminars Training

Date: August 6, 2019

Workshop times: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm (registration: 8:00 – 8:30 am)

Location: CVES Instructional Services Center

Cost: $250 per participant (limited to 25 participants)

Lunch provided

OVERVIEW

Many of America’s most successful companies are tossing out the traditional organizational hierarchy of one boss and many workers and successfully replacing it with highly motivated, empowered teams that save money and increase profits. Most supervisors know that managing people is a lot like coaching a team. You’ve got to combine inspiration with motivation. Encourage cooperation while developing skills and leadership. This course helps managers and supervisors develop the right knowledge and skills to perform a valuable function for your organization. They’ll learn how to turn average workers into exceptional ones and how to turn conflict into opportunities. They’ll learn what to do to move their team forward and get them consistently performing at their peak potential.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Discuss strategies for developing a results-oriented team
  • Identify how to reward employees without a costly incentive program
  • Define coaching and teambuilding strategies and tactics that help employees to optimum achievement
  • Recognize the skills and behaviors necessary for effective leadership
  • Describe how to become a positive team leader who gets maximum results

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

Put together a team that gets results

  • Reasons why a team gets better results and the important differences between a team and a work group
  • Secrets master coaches use to bring people together and build team spirit
  • Complementary personality types that help make your team run smoothly
  • Hire people who’ll stick around when the going gets tough
  • Rules to follow when you want your team to produce more
  • Common characteristics of top-performing teams
  • Ways to sell your organization to a job applicant you want
  • Checklist for getting new employees off to a fast start
  • Design an orientation process to help people understand how their jobs fit into the big picture Inspire others to reach high and succeed

 

Inspire others to reach high and succeed

  • Incentives to reward workers when raises are out of the question
  • An eye-opening reason to make sure you are practicing favoritism
  • Rewards workers love that you probably haven’t considered
  • Work with an overachiever without killing motivation
  • Ways to bring absenteeism under control and raise productivity
  • The 85/15 rule to eliminate mistakes by finding out the root causes of errors
  • Common people problems teams encounter and how to break through them to confront the real issues
  • Most common sources of team conflict and how to manage them
  • Steps for keeping it under control when an angry confrontation seems unavoidable
  • A blueprint to help your team creatively solve problems together
  • When you hire a superstar: Get others to welcome the new worker without feeling threatened
  • Laws you must break to build an effective team
  • Learn to replace another boss gracefully and get the team to accept you as its leader
  • Use your “third ear” to hear what your people are really telling you
  • Questions that get honest answers when counseling a problem worker

If you wish to attend one of our workshops, you must now register through WinCap. This will make it easier for you to track your Professional Development hours. To begin, please create a WinCap guest account (see PDF below for instructions). Then, you can sign in to the WinCapWeb Professional Development Catalog, and register for a workshop.

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Details

Date:
August 6
Time:
8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Cost:
$250
Event Category:

Venue

Instructional Services Center
14 Area Development Dr.-Suite 100
Plattsburgh, NY 12901 United States
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Phone:
518-561-0100
Website:
cves.org