We will be examining the effectiveness of Leadership Styles. The opinions of experienced leaders from successful industries will be discussed. Their lessons learned may surprise you.
We will also examine the psychological aspects of Human Behavior and how people react to different Leadership Styles.
Lifetime Guidance resources will show you how they have personally applied leadership styles and their experiences. You will learn methods to measure and evaluate the effectiveness of your own Leadership Style in Leadership Style.
Leaders must be informed to effectively lead, support and guide the organization. The effects that Ergonomics in the workplace have on productivity, quality and investment decisions are far reaching, but are not often recognized as a major contributor to profit-loss reports.
Assembly operations that are painful to perform can lead to injuries, but also cause quality issues. This is an underlying factor to increased repair costs, downtime and even the reliability of products.
We will discuss preproduction planning using workplace and product design tools including a sample Risk Factor Checklist. Sharpen your Ergonomics awareness leadership skills to be a more effective manager of resources in Ergonomics For Leaders.
Training leadership with our specialized courses has the high potential of building trust, encouraging and giving team members freedom to make great independent decisions. Learning how to create a work environment where employees feel valued are all responsibilities of leadership.
Looking for ways to celebrate victories with your workforce and create positive emotional deposits are important considerations of a leader. Learning how to recognize a team members's understanding and applying effective "Coaching Skills" is important during the trust building process. These subjects and more will be discussed in this course.
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Improve your leadership effectiveness with The Ultimate Team Sport.
How do you define Customer Enthusiasm? Why do some companies enjoy a following from their customers while others don't and probably never will.
In business, leaders are expected to focus on many areas including technology, manufacturing, quality, marketing and brand management. Customer satisfaction is a goal that all successful businesses strive for to earn repeat sales and fiscal strength, but how much effort and time is spent on elevating the customer satisfaction experience to a level called Customer Enthusiasm?
Learn how to begin building Customer Enthusiasm as we study all aspects of human behavior from the viewpoint of you team and your customers in Customer Enthusiasm.
Complacency and Stagnant Thinking have no place in business leadership. If you are not growing, you are dying is more true today than ever before. This class is designed to help leaders be agents of change within their organizations.
All the rules have changed in business and no idea or product design is guaranteed long term success because of the worldwide movement to new cultures of Continuous Improvement and Change. Today, even Customers are resources for effective change. How often are Customer Service Centers considered to be a source for new ideas?
A false sense of security has been the downfall of many successful companies such as Kodak, Radio Shack, Saturn, Palm, Atari and Hummer, to name just a few. We'll discuss some of the causes to their declining market share and in some cases, extinction to help leaders develop organizational cultures that encourage change.
"You must expect extinction without change." Jack Welch - 2016
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Learn how to shake off stagnant thinking and turn over all the rocks of opportunity, effectively using all of your resources, during the never ending quest for ultimate productivity with this class: Continuous Improvement and Change.
Performance Evaluations have been used in business for documenting the effectiveness of employees for as long as most of us can remember. Most leaders look at Performance Evaluations as a dreaded task or responsibility that has to be completed for every employee on an annual basis. The Performance Evaluation is looked at by most employees with mixed emotions, based on past experiences. A person's wages and chances for promotions are often based on this event that is documented and goes into their work record.
A common phrase in business has always been, "If it's important, then we should measure it". We measure production rates, scrap rates, repair rates and even first time quality rates. When the goals we have set are missed, we don't wait a year to take actions to improve our processes. We act as quickly as possible. If asked, "what is your most important resource?", most leaders would rush to say, "My People!". It is ironic that if people are considered our most important resource, then why do many organizations still have just annual Performance Evaluations and are not utilizing this powerful tool to encourage innovative performance and personal development of employees throughout the year?
In this course, we will be looking at ways that leaders can creatively help employees improve their performance. We will also evaluate how the performance of the organization can potentially be improved by daily coaching and encouraging employees.
We will be asking these questions and developing ways for your organization to realize productivity benefits almost immediately, while improving the self esteem of employees.
Learn how to inspire your workforce to be accomplishment focused. Unleash the hidden potential of your organization with Target Focused Performance Evaluations.