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Listen Up - Listening Habits of Effective Leaders
Effective communication is key to the success of any business. Leaders must be able to accurately decipher and communicate their missions, objectives, and visions for their company to their managers, and those managers to their employees.
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Leadership, Communication | Tags: Listening, Listening Habits, Effective Listening, Effective Listening Habits, Front Line Leadership, Robert Winter, Front Line, Front Line Leadership Program, Manager Training and Development, Bryan, College Station, Texas | View Count: (2876)
7 Tips for Providing Effective Employee Feedback
In many workplaces, a communication gap exists between leaders and employees - 91% of employees in a recent survey report that their manager does not communicate effectively. Often, the most difficult type of communication with an employee involves giving feedback. When managers fail to provide effective employee feedback, employees become disengaged, resulting in losses of productivity, profitability and talent.
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Employee Engagement, Employee Development | Tags: Employee Feedback, Effective Employee Feedback, Front Line Leadership, Front Line Leadership Program, Robert Winter, Bryan, College Station, Texas, Employee Development | View Count: (3084)
What To Do: Employee Underperformance
Every manager at some point in their career will have to learn to deal with an underperforming employee. If your staff isn’t performing at their best, it can decrease morale and your business’s ability to meet its’ objectives. It is both important and fair for leadership and the underperforming employee to find a solution to their underperformance issue.
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Employee Engagement, Communication, Performance, Employee Development | Tags: Employee Underperformance, Underperforming Employees, Employee Laziness, C-Suite Manager, C-Suite Manager Training, Robert Winter, Front Line, Front Line Leadership Training, Front Line Leadership Training Program | View Count: (3060)
Front Line Leadership Module VII – Managing Performance II: The Employee Development Model
Managing Performance 2: The Employee Development Model is the sixth session of the FrontLine Leadership Program. In this module, participants will learn how to use a model for developing employees known as the Employee Development Model (EDM). This tool helps managers identify which employees might benefit from more attention and which employees would continue to perform well with less attention.
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Employee Engagement, Employee Development | Tags: Front Line Leadership, Leadership Program, Manager Training, Employee Development, Employee Engagement | View Count: (6637)
Front Line Leadership Module VI – Managing Performance I: Clear Work Direction
Managing Performance I: Clear Work Direction is the sixth session of the Front Line Leadership Program. All managers must deal with situations where employees have not performed up to standards. This module helps participants understand why these performance problems happen and how they should be addressed when they do. It will also help new managers minimize performance problems by learning to communicate directions clearly to ensure that their expectations are fully understood.
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Performance | Tags: Front Line Leadership, Managing Performance 1, Performance, Leadership Program, Robert Winter, Front Line | View Count: (4157)
Front Line Leadership Module IV – Teamwork and Collaboration
Teamwork and Collaboration is the fourth session of the Front Line Leadership Program. Productive teams are the cornerstone of any successful organization. Supervisors and managers will learn in this module why teams are important and explore the many ways that they can be used. After learning the specific components of successful teams and analyzing the effectiveness of the team that they are currently leading, they will then be able to apply what they have learned to improve this team’s perfo...
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Teamwork | Tags: Teams, Teamwork, Collaboration, Front Line Leadership Program, G.R.O.U.P.S, Team Effectiveness | View Count: (6981)
Front Line Leadership Module III – Motivating and Engaging
Motivating and Engaging is the third session of the Front Line Leadership Program. “Engagement” can be defined as the level of energy and excitement that an employee brings to work. Engaged employees are more productive and profitable and they are less likely to be absent from work and to quit, potentially saving millions of dollars a year. This module explores the factors that determine engagement levels and how it can impact an organization. Managers will learn about the important role trust...
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Employee Engagement | Tags: Motivating & Engaging, Employee Engagement, Leadership, Front Line Leadership Program | View Count: (5516)
Front Line Leadership Module I – The Role of the Leader
The Role of the Leader is the introductory session for the Front Line Leadership Program. This module stresses the important connection between quality leaders and the success of an organization. Participants will understand the qualities, skills, and traits that are needed to become a highly effective leader and experience the impact that poor leadership has on the effectiveness of the team. The objectives of this module are:
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Leadership | Tags: Role of the Leader, Front Line Leadership Program, Leadership Training, Leadership Skills | View Count: (5961)
Choosing the Right Leadership Training Program
Countless studies have shown that organizations that invest in leadership development perform better than those that do not. Research also shows that although companies claim that developing their leaders is a top priority, only a minority of them invest in leadership training programs. If your organization is not currently implementing a leadership training program, it may be time to reconsider your plan of action for equipping your leaders to reach their full potential.
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Leadership | Tags: Front Line Leadership Program, Leadership Training, Supervisor Training, Manager Training, Trinity Training & Development | View Count: (2624)
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