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Donna Manring DTR
Rosalyn Carter said, "If you doubt you can accomplish something, then you can't accomplish it. You have to have confidence in your ability, and then be tough enough to follow through."
As a manager/leader, not only do you have to be confident in your ability but your team needs to have confidence as well! In this session, participants will learn five proven techniques to improve effectiveness at job coaching, performance reviews and problem solving. Learn how to strategically take your team to the top! This session breaks through management barriers by providing practical approaches for developing your own winning management style and improving your ability to motivate and empower yourself and your team.

Attendees will recognize the difference between managing and being a leader. Learn proven techniques to keep staff motivated and working together which will result in pay offs in production, team attitude and the bottom line.

When goals are clear and meaningful to people, training takes on new direction and is more likely to produce the desired results. The feedback you give your team about their work performance is fundamental to their motivation. They should know what they do well, what needs to be improved and what is expected of them in the future. Staff recognition is one of the greatest tools for boosting an employee's motivation level.

Keeping the energy high and incorporating fun takes a little thought, but there are many simple and inexpensive ways to do this. This session will provide you the necessary tools to get the job done effectively with a greater sense of accomplishment for you and your team.

At the completion of this program, the participants will be able to:

  1. Identify their own management/leadership style and build upon their strengths and weaknesses to achieve success for themselves and their team.
  2. Implement at least five strategies for effective job coaching, rather than counseling, and performance reviews.
  3. Communicate job expectations clearly, effectively and apply practical approaches for team problem solving and conflict resolutions.
  4. Create a work environment that allows creativity and fun.
Donna will use lecture, PowerPoint (if LCD available), handouts, group activities, role-play and question/answer.

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