I didn't think so. Yet that's exactly what we do all the time when it comes to managers. We put them into the role without any preparation, or we confuse technical prowess for leadership ability.
Managers account for at least 70% of the variance in employee engagement, which could be the reasoning behind why only 1/3 of employees in the US are engaged.
Many trainers and consultants focus on top leadership development, and I'm all for it. Yet billions are spent on executive coaching programs, and we still have issues.
The truth is, FRONTLINE MANAGERS get less attention or investment, but are MORE RESPONSIBLE for many of the common pain points in organizations.
Everyone either has a boss, or is one.
BETTER BOSSES = BETTER BUSINESS
Bad Bosses Are Bad For Business.
I deliver FRONTLINE MANAGER TRAINING THAT STICKS.
Not the "one and done, check this box" stuff where someone parachutes in, makes everyone drink from a firehose for a few hours, then disappears. Nope.
My courses are iterative, building on and/or reinforcing one another.
They're broken up into bite sized pieces.
They are a blend of online and live, virtual events.
They are followed up with ongoing coaching and support.
Participants get practical, hands-on activities to apply what they learn.
I customize to YOU and YOUR NEEDS.