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Date: Oct 14, 2008 

Management From A to Z


Interpersonal Communication Skills

Statistics show that:

  • A lack of effective communication skills is the biggest obstacle to building productive careers, developing satisfying personal relationships, and enjoying a rewarding social life.
  • The biggest cause of relationship breakup is ineffective communication.
  • Companies may hire people for their technical ability but to get promoted they must be able to communicate effectively.
  • Over 80% of damaging stress is triggered by ineffective communication.

Our Person-To-Person workshop can help you develop, and effectively use the communication skills you need.

Outline

  1. What is interpersonal communication?
  2. Why is interpersonal communication important?
  3. How does the interpersonal communication process work?
  4. What principles underline interpersonal communication?
  5. Attempt to meet our social/psychological needs
  6. Develop a sense of self
  7. Comply or defy social convention
  8. Define our relationships
  9. Acquire information
  10. Influence and are influenced by others
  11. What is the measure of communication competence?
  12. Body Language
  13. Presentation Skills

Manage Your Time, Meeting

There are many factors that influence your effectiveness:

  • Your Knowledge, attitudes, behavior experience
  • The people around you-their ability, motivation, goals
  • The Organization in which you work
  • It's structure, culture standards and norms

Professionals who are clear about their goals have taken the first important step toward effectiveness.

You need to be clear about your organization's goals your department or section's goals and your own goals both personally and as a manager.

Every professional's job is different. There will be different choices, conflicts and opportunities. The Job will always be different as people's needs change, products change and organizations change.

A clear focus on the three basic facts (Culture, Strategy and System) will help you be a more effective Professional.

Outline

  1. How to leverage your time
  2. Audit your time, Develop your plan
  3. How to Time-Box
  4. Overcome obstacles
  5. Develop Good Time-Management habits
  6. How to prepare for a meeting
  7. How groups reach decisions
  8. Bad things happen to good meetings
  9. Follow up after a meeting

Manage Your Team

There are many factors that influence your effectiveness:

  • Your Knowledge, attitudes, behavior experience
  • The people around you-their ability, motivation, goals
  • The Organization in which you work
  • It's structure, culture standards and norms

Professionals who are clear about their goals have taken the first important step toward effectiveness.

You need to be clear about your organization's goals your department or section's goals and your own goals both personally and as a manager.

Every professional's job is different. There will be different choices, conflicts and opportunities. The Job will always be different as people's needs change, products change and organizations change.

A clear focus on the three basic facts (Culture, Strategy and System) will help you be a more effective Professional.

Outline

  1. What is a Team?
  2. Plan for a productive team
  3. Lead a team, handle team problems
  4. Evaluate performance

Drive your Growth through Effective Change Management

“In today's economy, the cost of staying where you are is by far greater than the cost of change”. If your business is not fast and adaptable , it is vulnerable . This is true for every segment of every business in every country in the world. Change management is a structured methodology designed to increase the likelihood of success in managing the human variables associated with major change.

Learn about change management, and increase the likelihood of success in managing the human variables associated in major change. 80% of projects fail due to “human” variables . Master the ins and outs during the change process and the transition phase, and gain the ability to predict, expect, and be prepared for your taskforce possible reactions to the change before they occur.

Outline

  1. Set Expectations
  2. Define Objective
  3. Causes of Change (Brainstorm)
  4. What is Change Management?
  5. Benefits of adopting a change management process
  6. Key roles in change management
  7. What happens to productivity during change?
  8. Resistance: a definition
  9. Causes of resistance
  10. Ways of resistance
  11. Negative change response
  12. Positive change response
  13. Definition of a strategy to move your organization through transition
  14. Coaching individuals through transition
  15. Building Commitment
  16. Burning Platforms for organizations
  17. Sponsorship / Sponsor's role

     

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~ Gary Comer (1929–2006)
 

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MINDSMASTER Canada Inc. received "Seasons' Greetings" wishes from Prime Minister Jean Charest of Québec for the year 2007.
MINDSMASTER delivered 2 training sessions to the HR Department of the Canadian Federal Government on January 16, 2006 in Ottawa entitled "Stress Management & 12 Daily Practices To Guarantee Tomorrow's Success".
MINDSMASTER Canada Inc. prepared a comprehensive paper on the new Leadership Era in the world through the great changes happening for the World Bank Institute in June 2006.
 

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