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Online Leadership Training for Micro Businesses

What is it?

Leadership, a critical management skill, is the ability to motivate a group of people toward a common goal. Leadership is a process by which a person influences others to accomplish an objective and directs the organization in a way that makes it more cohesive and coherent.

Why is it important?

An organization can tell employees that they are responsible for their own growth and development, but many employees will not or cannot achieve this on their own. They need motivation, support and coaching from their supervisors, team leaders and managers.
Without this, they’ll have a difficult time developing their talents on their own. Research shows the support and effective involvement of leaders is the single most important factor in determining whether what the employee learns in a classroom transfers into behavior change on the job.

Why sign up now?

Ross Perot said “Inventory can be managed, people must be led!” Leadership is critical to the success of any team, department, division, district, company or organization they are all dependent on their people. Leadership must also be learned. Start today and be ready to assume to mantle of leadership when the opportunity presents itself.

Management - What is it?

Change management is a set of processes that is employed to ensure that significant changes are implemented in an orderly, controlled and systematic fashion to effect organizational change. It can affect individuals, teams and organizations. Effective change management should empower employees to embrace changes in their workplace and to the methodologies of the organization.

Why is it important?

A structured approach to implementing change in an organization is essential if the organization is going to achieve its goal of a smooth, effective transformation with the full support of its employees. It is the only way substantial change can be sustained successfully.

Why sign up now?

Change is inevitable. It must happen and it will happen. Businesses that anticipate and manage change in an organized and professional manner remain vibrant, vital and successful.

“The conventional definition of management is getting work done through people but real management is developing people through work” – agha hasan abedi

Managers have incredible influence. Their strengths can empower and energize the people who work for them. And, of course, their limitations can trickle down to create frustration, confusion, or even paralysis for those they manage. For all intents and purposes, management is the art of being effectively “understood” (not to be confused with being heard) by every member of their team on each individual’s unique level.

When team members understand their manager’s message on terms that are meaningful, understandable and specific to their own behavioral and communication style, they are much more likely to complete their tasks correctly, sooner than later and be more motivated to succeed. The process allows managers to achieve their own objectives while creating individual growth in their people as they find motivation on their own terms.

Our approach to management training focuses on giving managers the ability to leverage their own strengths across the full spectrum of management responsibility*, to empower their teams to realize continually improving levels of effectiveness. Managers who master the ability to be effectively understood will have enthusiastic, energetic people who take initiative, support the company, take responsibility, communicate and interact effectively and perform consistently at the highest levels. This leads to higher productivity, fewer mistakes, more sales, bigger sales, reduced turnover, increased quality …the benefits are endless.

“Management is efficiency in climbing the ladder of success; leadership determines whether the ladder is leaning against the right wall.” – Stephen Covey

Responsibilities of management include:

  • o Communication
  • o Delegation
  • o Supervision
  • o Time-management
  • o Managing meetings
  • o Creative problem solving
  • o Conflict resolution
  • o Team guidance
  • o Negotiation
  • o Hiring/Firing
  • o Job coaching
  • o Discipline
  • o Motivation
  • o Feedback

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