Failure to Train Your Managers and Not Knowing How to Coach
June 2, 2020 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Have you trained your managers on how to hold people accountable without micromanaging? Are your managers equipped to inspire teams and engage them on the vision of the company? Most managers haven't been trained on the differences between supervising, training, coaching, and mentoring. How does this cost your company in lost productivity, poor employee engagement, or regrettable turnover?
Participants will come away with:
A clear understanding of when to train, supervise, coach, or mentor
Insights on how to improve employee engagement and inspire improved performance
Tools for boosting accountability, engagement, and retention of top talent
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$100 Standard Fee (Classes are $35 individually)
$70 Bronze Denver Metro Chamber Members*
$0 Gold/Silver Denver Metro Chamber Members**
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Get To Know Your Instructor:
Kathleen Winsor-Games is the VP of Organizational Excellence for Achievement Dynamics, Sandler Training. She brings a passion for helping executives maximize talent and improve business performance. Through her work as an executive coach, trainer, speaker, and author, Kathleen demonstrates the multiplying effect of integrating purpose and values with proven business strategies. Her practical and inspiring approach to organizational excellence increases collaboration, improves team performance, and delivers measurable results.