NEW Virtual Courses in Sept. & Oct. focus on better communication, leading virtually, and successful first-time managers

Communication that Inspires and Drives Results

(Now a virtual course)

with Jo Lloyd-Triplett, Zuri Johnson, and Lisa Zangari, Leadership Louisville Center

September 17 & 18, 2020

Who it’s for

First-time through upper-level managers who want to learn how to use communication as a transformative leadership tool.

Why this course

Logo: The Leadership Green Room, offering professional development, leadership development and soft skills training, is presented by Republic Bank Foundation

A well-told story captures attention, stirs emotion, and inspires action. What if business communication could do this for your leaders, employees, and stakeholders?

This course will boost your confidence and communications know-how to motivate people toward a vision and make meaningful change. Research shows that it is critical for managers to have strong communication skills to successfully guide their teams, manage up, engage clients, and drive overall productivity.

Throughout history, the greatest leaders have been excellent communicators with the ability to motivate others to work toward a common goal. Whether you need someone to support your organization, invest in your idea, or get excited about following your lead, refining your communication and storytelling skills is directly linked to driving results and engagement.

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(A virtual course)

October 12-13, 2020

Who it’s for

Supervisors, Frontline Managers, Mid-level Managers, and Senior Managers who are leading people virtually.

Why this course

Leading Virtually helps managers with remote staff learn a skillset to stay connected and increase the effectiveness and productivity of their people.

Managing in this environment is tricky. It can be hard to understand what’s really going on, given less access to non- verbal cues and body language. It can be harder to build rapport and trust over long distances.

Employees working remotely also have many new challenges to adapt to. It’s harder to understand goals as tasks evolve given more separation with their leader. Working for hours or days with less human interaction is isolating, damaging morale and reducing connection to colleagues. And there’s a host of new technologies and techniques to master in order to communicate and collaborate well.

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(Now a virtual course)

October 16, 2020

Who it’s for

First-time and established managers who want to learn the world’s most widely-taught leadership model.

Why this course

You want your newly promoted managers to be effective leaders and successful from the start. But most of the time, we find new managers struggling and their team morale declining. Soon enough, you start realizing that high-performing employees promoted into management lack the skills to be effective managers, which requires a different skillset.

Studies show that without proper training, 60% of all new managers underperform for their first two years. First-time managers who receive the necessary tools and training from the start are set up to become leaders who create engaged, productive teams, and drive greater results for your organization.

The only training of its kind, the First-Time Manager Experience builds on the secrets of the best-selling book, The New One Minute Manager®, to help with the exciting and challenging transition to management.

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