Proven Management Development Program
Build Your Leaders to Build Your Business
Do you have a plan to grow your managers continually?
- Does your management system promote development of your leaders?
- Does your team measure outcomes?
- Do you build development plans based on the data and measured results?
- Are you helping your leaders when they need it? As opposed to months later.
With a trusted management development program, your leaders can be trained to lead and grow their teams!
Why choose a management development program?
Help Build 7 Skills Into Every Leader
Develop Authentic People Skills
Leaders must care about their people, live opennness and honesty, build oneness, and commitment.
Set Clear Vision & Purpose
Overcoming chaos, starts with clear purpose. It is the foundation for alignment and engagement throughout the organization.
Prioritize Necessary Change
Leaders must provide clarity about what has to change to achieve vision. This roadmap sequences change in a bit-size chunks in the right order.
Balance 'running' & 'changing'
Everyone must be equipped with the business intelligence and plans that show how to balance resource between short-term priorities and long-term strategic change.
Get Results Through Teamwork
Plans are never right, so leaders must build agile teams that spot problems early, and adjust to change quickly. This requires building strong self-leaders.
Get Everyone Innovating
85% of the typical workforce is not involved in planning and decision making. Effective leaders unlock the creativity of the other 85% engaging them in continuous process improvement.
Prepare for the Future
Every organization eventually outgrows its ability to execute. Leaders must be focused on developing their team capability for the future vision. Waiting until the capability is needed is too late.
Make Measurement and Mentoring the Centerpiece of Your Management Development System
People are created to “win.” Clearly defining responsibilities and targets tells them what success means. It creates engagement and motivation.
Engage your people in figuring out “how” to meet targets. People are created to solve problems and innovate! Closing target gaps is a development opportunity.
People learn best by doing. If the leaders build and practice a measurement climate, then the team will have a continuous focus on learning. Measurement drives learning and learning should be ongoing.
Our four-step implementation process makes it easy for you to decide whether this is right for you.
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FAQ’S On Management Development Program
Will you help our team develop a management program?
Yes. This directly ties to our mission of making leaders more effective. No leader can remain effective if they don’t have an intentional approach for developing themselves and their team. In our program, the first step for every leader is to identify where the organizational development gaps are and decide which ones to address first. Every leader has their own strategy tailored to their specific needs.
Are there certain key elements to include in the program?
Leading people is the greatest challenge and the single most important skill society needs. It is difficult because people can only achieve their potential when they work together and yet working together is not easy. We all have minds and desires of our own. For leaders to be effective they have to master both enduring people skills that have been proven over time AND they have to master the latest process skills relevant to their business. It is a tall order that requires on-going organizational development. If the organization isn’t learning rapidly it will soon outgrow its ability to stay ahead of the chaos.
Can you recommend certain strategies to help our our program improve?
The place to start is to figure out what you want out of your leadership development program. And then figure out how to measure whether you are getting what you want. With those two pieces in place you can establish a benchmark and start designing and building a system that continuously improves. Any system you design should be 1) data-driven (to accelerate learning) 2) adaptable to different types of people and work and 3) put people skills first. Unlike the industrial revolution, this generation of workers is driven by meaning and purpose. Without people skills, nothing else will last.