According to Gallup’s CEO and Chairman, Jim Clifton, “The single biggest decision you make in your job—bigger than all of the rest—is who you name manager.” Gallup cites a person’s manager as one of the top reasons given for a lack of employee engagement. Old norms and methods of managing team members don’t work anymore— and with today’s labor shortage, it’s imperative that all leaders in your firm learn new strategies to lead and manage their teams.
In this session, we’ll:
- Identify outdated management tenets that no longer work and new management approaches that inspire team members and produce results
- Learn the attributes and skills your people managers— at all levels—should develop and exhibit
- Explore ways to move from a “command and control” management style to a transformational management style
- Understand how a manager can use coaching and on-the-job experiences to develop their team members and build more rapport and retention, too
Leave this session armed with a new understanding of how to support and develop your firm’s most critical talent resources!