The goal of truly effective management is to accomplish work through the collaborative efforts of others. NPHD’s workshops on managing people teach you how to optimize this collaboration.
MANAGING PEOPLE FOR PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
Managing People for Performance is a skill-based series of five, three-hour training modules that will give leaders and managers effective research-based skills to manage their team to greatness.
Any organizational leader, manager, or lay leader who wants to develop their managerial effectiveness.
What You Will Learn:
Impact You Can Expect:
How Is It Delivered?
Managing People for Performance will be conducted as half-day workshops over a five-day training series using case studies, role-plays, improvisational games, and theory based practicum.
Organizations work most effectively when there are positive relationships between staff at all levels. Managing Up is a critical, but often ignored, skill for everyone in the organization, from the program employee interacting with their supervisor, to the CEO interacting with Board members.
What Is It?
Managing Up is an interactive workshop that will give employees and mid-level management the skills to maximize their effectiveness in working with supervisors and others at higher levels in the organization.
Middle-level managers and experienced employees
What You Will Learn
Impact You Can Expect
How Is It Delivered?
Managing Up will be conducted as an interactive half-day training session using case studies, role-plays, improvisational games, and theory-based practicum.
Date: September 30, 2014
Time: 9:30am to 4:30pm
Place: Brooklyn College, Graduate Center for Worker Education, 25 Broadway, New York, NY
Fee: If you are a DYCD contractor the fee is covered by DYCD. Others, contact us (718 449 5000 x 2222) to discuss fee.
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