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Leadership Workshop Series

Management/Leadership Overview

Group of workers on white backgroundToday’s business requires interpersonal and managerial knowledge, skills and abilities. Successful relationships must be built up, down and across the organization. Our workshops offer leaders and managers not just concepts but also skills to be practiced and applied throughout the workshop and immediately afterwards – on the job, in their office, unit, department or division.

Participants learn how to manage new responsibilities, resolve conflicts, and make better decisions. They explore and renew leadership strategies: motivating team members to meet goals, coaching for effective performance and behavior, delegating to develop others, and adapting appropriate management styles to fit the needs of any situation.

To ensure the transfer of learned skills to applied skills, we recommend personal coaching sessions with our training consultant to ensure the concepts learned in the classroom can be applied in the workplace. This step has been proven to be essential to a more meaningful workshop experience, participants receive coaching and feedback specific to their personal situation and action plan.

Choice of formats:
Management and leadership programs are available as on-line self-study, in-class workshops, or a blend of on-line and in-class workshops.

Course length:
Courses vary in length from one-half to three days, which may include pre and post workshop online work.  We work with you to determine modules and delivery options (online, in-class, or blended) that will provide the greatest benefit to your employees and your organization.

PPC Leadership Workshops focus on the core competencies of successful managers and leaders which apply to any industry.

Workshop examples:
Essential Skills of Leadership
Essential Skills of Communicating
Coaching Job Skills
Managing Complaints
Delegating
Developing Performance Goals and Standards
Effective Discipline
Resolving Conflicts
Improving Work Habits
Supporting Change