The Art of Conducting People: What Great Managers Know & Do
|This high-impact manager-training program gives practical but powerful tools that managers and supervisors use every day to effectively manage small and large groups of staff.
During these three sessions, you will have the opportunity to gain valuable insight into current management techniques, and also have the opportunity to share your best practices with other managers and supervisors. Learn about the art of conducting people.
The manager's role is critical to the success of any organization. Experts agree that managers have the most impact on staff performance. These three courses are designed to help managers and supervisors:
- Evaluate current state of staff performance
- Implement four key roles of great managers
- Attract, motivate and develop talented employees
"What Great Managers Know and Do" is a three course series offered through Learning + Development
Who Should Attend?
Mainly suitable for people who supervise others and are interested in developing their management style, improving staff performance, and building a successful team.New managers will gain valuable skills and fresh perspectives regarding their duties as a manager. Experienced managers will brush up their skills and have opportunities to share their best practices with others.
Log into myLearning and view the Schedule to find "What Great Managers Know and Do". Register for the first course of the series and the remaining courses will be added to your enrollments.
Hector works with managers, individuals and teams to implement strategies
What People Are Saying
"This was one of the first classes offered at Pacific geared towards managers, offering strategic ways to improve my management skills and it was an excellent opportunity to learn from my peers as well."
Betty Flores, Financial Reporting Manager, Business & Finance Division
"This class offered me a great opportunity to learn new skills while interacting with my colleagues."
Raoul Villalpando, Senior Applications Architect, Office of Information Technology