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1.Simplify Leadership Through T.R.U.S.T.
2.From Individual Contributor to Team Leader
3.World Class Leadership Development on a Shoestring Budget
4.How the Great Resignation and Quiet Quitting Can Make Great Companies Even Greater
5.Business leaders would be wise to pay attention to the trends known as
6.Leading Remote and Hybrid Teams for Business Growth
7.So, You Say There Aren't Enough Hours in the Day
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WORLD-CLASS LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT ON A SHOESTRING BUDGET
How does a small HR team or an HR Department of One create a world class leadership development program on little to no budget?
To meet company goals, organizations need a plan for growth and strong leaders to guide the company. But the talent pipeline is thin and, although recognized as important, there is often little focus on leadership development. This threatens the ability to achieve long-term success and… potential trouble lies ahead!
Top performing companies identify and nurture talent, have a formal talent review and planning process and actively manage a pool of successors for business-critical roles.
In this session, participants will:
- Learn how to demonstrate the strategic and business value of implementing a leadership development program, like Fortune 50 companies, for little or no cost.
- Understand how to identify business needs and establish performance metrics to determine the ROI of the program
- See how to partner with company leadership to uncover resources needed to develop a world class leadership program.
- Learn how to create a motivational environment so employees will take initiative in their career development and demonstrate the skills necessary to meet company goals.
- In short, this session will provide you with practical and effective ways to build and support a “World-Class Leadership Development on a Shoestring Budget”.
How the Great Resignation and Quiet Quitting Can Make Great Companies Even Greater
Business leaders would be wise to pay attention to the trend known as “The Great Resignation”. The fact is that this is likely not a “trend” but more of a change in how employees see their jobs and careers.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 4 million Americans quit their jobs in July 2021. And the fact is that more than 40% of all employees were thinking about leaving their jobs at the beginning of 2021, and as the year went on, workers quit in unprecedented numbers*
Looking deeper into those numbers, employees between 30 and 45 years old have had the greatest increase in resignation rates. These rates were higher among employees who worked in fields that had experienced extreme increases in demand due to the pandemic, likely leading to increased workloads and burnout. These are typically the employees whose training and development have received the most attention and investment.
This talent drain impacts productivity and team performance that has a significant long-term impact on both individual and organizational performance. The results can be catastrophic to careers and to the viability of the business.
In this session, participants will learn:
- How to recognize the signs of employee dissatisfaction and burnout The 3 keys to employee motivation and loyalty
- Strategies and tactics that can be easily implemented to promote teamwork and employee engagement
- Acceptable ways to recognize and promote individual and team success to all levels of the organization
In short, this program will help leaders turn the Great Resignation into a concept that will attract, develop, and retain top talent while positively impacting their own performance, development, and career growth
Leading Remote and Hybrid Teams for Business Growth
The pandemic has caused a radical shift in how, where, and when business is conducted.
The “fact” that employees need to be in one location to be productive and effective has been disproven for many professions and companies. The organizations that recognize this and continue to develop their processes, procedures, and culture are the ones who have thrived and will continue to prosper during this transformational period of doing business.
This challenge to businesses does not have a one size fits all solution. Each organization must look at their overall business model, specific job functions, and employee needs to be successful operating in this new world. How these challenges are addressed will be the difference between success and business viability.
Many organizations have made the adjustments necessary and are seeing great results in the form of team engagement and business results. But the transformation is not complete and continued organizational development is essential for long-term individual career and team success.
In this session, participants will learn:
- How to evaluate which roles need to be centrally located and which roles can be remote
- How to develop a team culture with a hybrid model of work locations
- 3-ways to evaluate individual and team performance in order to make the necessary adjustments to maintain a high level of effectiveness and productivity
The way business is conducted has been forever changed by the pandemic and it will continue to evolve. This program will help leaders quickly recognize potential issues with individual and team performance so that they can make the adjustments to transform their organization so that challenges become advantages for their business.