Helps participants define and develop executive charisma. Participants will learn impression management techniques to increase confidence and credibility, particularly with superiors and external partners.
Will develop the basic techniques of financial reporting. Topics include reading and understanding financial statements and converting financial statements into data that allow leaders to make sound, strategic decisions.
Extends earlier work in financial analysis by exploring the concepts of capital budgeting, investment decision making, and accounting for risk in investment decisions. Participants will learn discounting techniques and applications, the evaluation of capital expenditures, and estimating the cost of capital.
Is for managers and executives in non-marketing, functional areas who need a fundamental understanding of marketing to help drive the organizational goals. The course will cover marketing strategy, marketing planning, channel management, communication strategy, market research, brand management, segmentation, targeting and positioning.
Benefits speakers with audiences from one to one thousand. They will be able to target their audiences more accurately, and choose and organize information that is relevant to their desired outcomes. They will show more confidence and excitement about their information, and will be able to interact successfully with their audiences. Each participant will be videotaped and will receive individual feedback. Note: This course requires two half-days, and is limited to 8 participants.
Will help participants identify and define the values that are at the foundation of leadership development. Participants will create a plan for leadership growth that embeds values into decision making.
Develops essentaial techniques to create techniques to create an environment that fosters working cooperatively within a diverse workforce. Focus is on the importance of clear goals and norms, facilitating open and direct communication, modeling a collaborative within a diverse workforce. Focus is on the importance of clear goals and norms, facilitating open and direct communication, modeling a collaborative approach to problems solving, and rewarding successful outcomes.
Helps managers learn to diagnose an employee's specific stages on a task/relationship continuum, and how flex their style between telling, selling, participating and delagating. The goal is to help employees achieve maturity in performing tasks and completing projects, positioning them for more responsibility and authority.
Recognizes that leaders must have strong egos to make the tough decisions, but if they aren't grounded, they can get into serious trouble. By discovering and practicing authentic Leadership traits, participants build on their strengths and learn to avoid common career derailers such as an overly controlling style, personal arrogance, and insensitivity.
Provides a solid framework for working toward win-win solutions to formal negotations and informal conflicts. Based on Harvard and Stanford negotiation research, participants learn that negotiation is less about ploys and gambits and more about the right attitude, sound interpersonal skills, and a helpful framework.
Will explore obstacles to creativity and innovation, examine companies that are identified as innovative, seek to identify common characteristics, and model how to respond to innovative ideas so that ideas will continue to be shared. in addition, the course will discuss how to measure success in creating an innovative environment.
Provides tools for addressing employee performance problems, peer conflicts, and manager disagreements. Based on research from the Haravad Negotiation Project, the program offers a step-by-step approach that helps participants assess the situation and the other party, develop an atmosphere that reduces defensiveness, bring out hidden agendas, and create positive change. The result is more openes, higher productivity, and less anxiety.
is a baseline competency, contributing to about 25% of job success. Topics include self-awareness (understanding my own emotions), self management (learning to take decisive action due to increased self-awareness), social awareness (staying in touch with the experience of others to get along beeter), and relationship management, the most critical EI Skill.
Provides leaders with tools for conducting and participating in meetins that are timely, positive and decisive. Participants Learn how to determine the purpose and outcomes of their meetings, desgn agendas, and use TQM tools for facilitating discussion, building agreement, and handling difficult particpants.
Will help seasoned and new managers plan and execute facilitated sessions by providing tools for identifying the right people to come to the table, laying out an agenda and outcomes, exploring facilitation techniques, assessing and improving facilitation style and delivering results for the greatest impact.