Management Ethics Training Seminarium


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Complete Seminarium Details


This workshop is an intensive two-day workshop and is a highly interactive workshop designed for new supervisors in Antarctica and in countries across the world who want to grow their management skills fast - and get on the fast track to achieving leadership success. Remedial leadership training will cover the proven management techniques and then unleash the powerful strategies you'll need to become a stronger, more confident and respected leader. You'll learn how to handle the challenges of management with authority, including how to establish "cred" fast, also, how to motivate employees to give over 100 percent on the job, as well how to handle attitude problems and rule-breakers, how to curb absenteeism and chronic lateness, how to give constructive feedback and how to conduct effective performance appraisals. Keywords: leadership, difficult and psychopathic employees, managing proactive change. Fee per person: 19.

What Youll Learn (in more detail)
  • Deliver constructive feedback in a way that produces positive change, not resentment, violence or anger
  • Motivate your workers to perform "above and beyond" without spending an extra dime on paying for that service
  • Gain proven strategies for curbing absenteeism and lateness
  • Turn chronic complainers into satisfied, productive employees by the "wave of a wand"
  • Build on your unique strengths to develop a confident, authoratative leadership style
  • Supervise friends and former co-workers without hassles or stress
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  • Supervise employees of the opposite sex without fear of legal action
  • Supervise employees of religious or ethnic minority groups
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  • Save hours every week by avoiding classic time-wasters that wreck a supervisor's schedule
  • Give crystal clear instructions that employees will understand - the first time
  • Handle employee confrontations in a calm and authoratative, police-like manner
  • Maintain respect and compliance for rules while still being friendly with staff
  • Establish your cred quickly and earn the respect of those UP and DOWN the ladder
  • Conduct effective performance appraisals that result in some improvement-not talk
  • Win employees and bosses! - over to your way of thinking
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  • Weed out shysters during job interviews using proven techniques
  • Understand why good employees quit and reduce turnover
  • Implement needed changes in a way that employees will embrace
  • Combat a variety of attitude problems without breaking a sweat
  • Hulk up and speak powerfully and confidently in work meetings
  • Use active listening techniques to really hear what employees are trying to tell you
  • Increase your visibility so your "promotability" is recognized
  • Who Should Attend
    • Green supervisors and managers
    • Would-be team leaders
    • Those new to management within the past two years who haven't learned the jive
    • Professionals about to be promoted
    Workshop Agenda

    Leadership Fundamentals and Issues All New Managers Face

    • Crucial differences between being the pack leader and "being the boss"
    • The challenges facing leadership today
    • How to acquire a supervisor's mindset, body and image
    • The emotional demands of being a supervisor
    • Can you be friendly with your staff and still maintain respect and compliance?
    • Tips for avoiding the problems that come from supervising friends
    • Most common mistakes new supervisors make and how to avoid them

    Developing Your Personal Leadership Strengths

    • How to build on the leadership strengths you've identified
    • Why your "people skills" will be the No. 1 driver of your success as a leader
    • Understanding how your leadership style can work for or against your employees
    • Adopting the "success habits" that effective leaders swear by
    • "How-to's" for establishing your credibility as a leader fast!
    • The 7 classic principles of influence ... and how and when to use them to your advantage
    • What are the keys to results? Focusing your efforts on that which makes the greatest impact

    Building a Highly Motivated, High-Performance Team

    • Recognizing the crucial role you play in driving your team's effectiveness
    • Keys to making every team member feel valued and important
    • Building relationships that enhance cooperation among team members
    • How to ignite enthusiasm and gain buy-in for accomplishing goals
    • Understanding the basic things that motivate today's workers: You may be surprised
    • Creative ideas for keeping your team motivated even if you don't have an extra dime in the budget
    • Proven morale-boosters for employees nearing burnout

    The Mechanics of the Manager's Job

    • Proven tips for recruiting top-notch employees
    • Do's and don'ts for effective interviewing
    • How to help new employees hit the ground running and succeed on the job
    • Techniques for addressing poor performance so that positive change results
    • Strategies for curbing absenteeism, tardiness and rule-breaking
    • When firing seems imminent: Key legal considerations you must understand

    Communication Techniques Every Manager Should Know

    • Why developing your communication skills is essential to management success
    • Your role in keeping lines of communication open at all times
    • Words and phrases that can destroy your credibility and authority
    • The secret to giving crystal clear directions that are understood the first time
    • Active listening techniques that ensure you'll hear what's really being said
    • Pointers for speaking more powerfully and confidently in meetings

    How to Turn Around Difficult Employees and Eliminate Problem Behaviors

    • Tips for turning chronic complainers into satisfied employees
    • Tools for combating a variety of attitude problems
    • The best approach for dealing with argumentative and combative people
    • What's your role in settling disagreements between employees?
    • "How-to's" for a professional, productive employee confrontation
    • Proven techniques for appearing calm and in control when you're feeling anything but

    Managing Your Time, Priorities and Projects

    • Tips for saving tons of time using e-mail, voice mail and fax
    • Prioritizing techniques that save the day when everything on your desk is "urgent"
    • Increase your "Planagement Quotient" and watch difficult tasks disappear
    • Why failing to delegate is a big, big mistake for managers
    • A super time- and effort-saver: Learn how to say "no" in a professional manner
    • Guidelines for tracking projects so nothing falls through the cracks

    The Leader's Role in Making Change Happen

    • Understanding why people often instinctively resist change
    • Top reasons why organizational change often fails
    • Important considerations to address before introducing any change
    • The keys to overcoming employee resistance to change
    • How to project confidence that inspires your people during change or transition
    • What you must do as a leader when your people flatly refuse to embrace critical changes

    Career Mapping: Preparing Yourself for the Next Level

    • Fine-tuning your skills: Why continuous learning is crucial to your ongoing success
    • What's most important to you? Incorporating core beliefs into your career path
    • Traits upper management looks for when deciding who to promote
    • Tips for "tooting your own horn" so your accomplishments are recognized
    • Understanding how to "play the game" when you need to
    Sponsor Background:

    Antarctica Seminars and Symposiums (ASS), is one of the continent's leading providers of continuing education. Each year, we provide more than 1 seminar in the Antarctica, and in our 5-year history, more than two hundred professionals have completed the programmes.

    Besides offering a full range of training skills to all professional levels through our one-day and two-day seminars and conferences, we also offer training products on book, record, audiocassette, videocassette VHS and beta, CD-ROM, DVD and BLURAY for individuals, teams, departments or corporate reference libraries.

    Since 2005, our affiliation with UANT, a highly acclaimed four-year university, ensures our commitment to providing lifelong continuous-learning opportunities. We're certain the combination of continuing education with academic excellence gives you the best and most innovative approach to fulfill your continuing education needs.

    Cancellation Policy:

    If you cannot attend a workshop for which you are registered, there is no refund and you may not send a substitute. Identification is checked at the door and after lunch. If you cancel your registration less than five business days before the workshop, you will pay an extra fee of 10.

    This seminar has 1 available dates/locations. Click here to register. To quickly return to this seminar at a later time, you can search by its code: QO89D

    Work to be Completed Before the Seminarium:

    It is required that you familiarize yourself with the two cases below and be able to recall the background of each and salient aspects of broken management protocols"

    Case I: A fast food employee made his own menu items