InstructorWebsite Admin
TypeOnsite Course
DateJan 6, 2020 - Dec 12, 2020
PlaceHouston, TX
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Price$4200
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National surveys* of thousands of employees disclosed that while many people work hard, they are worried about their lack of effectiveness. Survey results indicate:

  1. Less than 50% of your team’s time is spent on the company’s most important objectives
  2. Only 14% of employees feel they are contributing to company success
  3. Less than half of your team know company’s goals. The problems are not limited to one industry, one geographic location, one economic group or even one age group.

They are common to all. Workers have too many assigned tasks and too many competing priorities.

People can’t identify key goals and, therefore, can’t deliver excellent results.

Individuals, even entire departments, lack open communication.

Crises are often reacted to with fast, less-than-effective decisions.

The good news is that changing ineffective behaviors to effective behaviors will benefit everyone in your organization.

The 7 Habits can not only help you to better manage yourself,

but learn to lead others and unleash team potential.

Attend this powerful 2-day workshop and discover the same principles that have led the world’s foremost business

leaders to the professional and business success they dreamed of.

How You Will Benefit

  • Define the contribution you want to make and what you want to accomplish as a manager
  • Enhance your leadership abilities and reach your full potential
  • Judge the goals your efforts should be focused on using daily and weekly planning
  • Communicate effectively and raise the levels of trust and fulfillment within your team

What You Will Cover

  • Habit 1: Be Proactive—Become a resourceful, innovative manager who quickly accomplishes goals and motivates team members to get things done
  • Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind—Have a clear vision of what you want your contribution as a manager to be and shape your own future
  • Habit 3: Put First Things First—Focus on top priorities and be regarded for follow-through and organizational skills; eliminate the unimportant
  • Habit 4: Think Win-Win—Cultivate enthusiasm with performance measurements that satisfy both employee and employer goals; share recognition and success
  • Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then Be Understood—Give honest, accurate feedback that develops trust and understand the physical components of communication and how they impact the message
  • Habit 6: Synergize—Understand how differences can contribute to innovative solutions; maximize opinions, perspectives and backgrounds
  • Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw—Maintain and increase effectiveness by renewing yourself mentally and physically

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Managers who are seeking to become more effective, build better relationships and help their organization succeed.

 

 

Introduction

  Identify and Analyze Unique Challenges and Opportunities Managers Face

Explain the Maturity Continuum as a Way to Envision Growth Toward Excellent Managerial Capability

Recognize the Importance of Moving from Dependence to Independence to Interdependence to Become Truly Effective Managers

Define the 7 Habits of Effective Managers

 

Managing Yourself

  Realize the Importance of Managing “from the Inside Out”—of Examining Personal Character

Recognize That Only Managers Who Manage Themselves Will Earn the Trust of Their Teams

Appreciate That Habits 1, 2, and 3 Are Key to Effective Self-Management

 

Habit 1: Be Proactive

  Overcome the Reactive Mindset That Hampers Productivity and Effectiveness

Enlarge the Circle of Influence So You Can Accomplish Your Goals

Exercise Ingenuity in Coping with the Universal Managerial Challenge of Limited Resources

 

Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind

Define the Unique Contributions You Can Make in Your Role as Manager

Develop an “Outcome-Oriented” Mindset in Every Activity You Engage in— Projects, Meetings, Presentations, Etc.

 

Habit 3: Put First Things First

Eliminate the Energy- and Time-Wasting Tendency to Focus on Crises and Emergencies, and Develop a Long-Term View

Allocate Appropriate Time to Planning, Preparation, and Crisis Prevention

Define a Few Specific, Measurable Goals That Are Critical to Your Contribution as Manager

Make Progress on Goals by Translating Them into Manageable Objectives and Tasks on a Weekly and Daily Basis

 

 Leading Others

Understand That Effective Self-Management Precedes Effective Leadership

Recognize the Importance of Helping Team Members Gain Confidence in Their Own Capabilities

Appreciate That Habits 4, 5, and 6 Are Key to Motivating and Leading High-Performance Teams

 

Habit 4: Think Win-Win

Balance the Interests of the Team and the Organization with the Interests of the Individual Team Member

Motivate Team Members to Superb Performance by Helping Them Manage Themselves Against Shared Goals

Empower Team Members to Manage and Evaluate Performance Through the Use of the Win-Win Performance Agreement Tool

Build Trust Within Teams by Acknowledging Good Performance and Addressing the Emotional Needs of Each Team Member

 

Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood

  Develop an Accurate Understanding of Issues Relevant to Team Performance by Practicing Empathic Listening

Give Feedback Honestly and Accurately to Improve Individual and Team Performance

 

Habit 6: Synergize

Seek Out and Value Divergent Perspectives in Dealing with Team Challenges

Practice a Collaborative Prototyping Approach to Maximize Creativity in Solving Problems and Making Decisions

 

Unleashing Potential

  Unleash the Full Potential of Team Members by Treating Them as “Whole People”

 

Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw

  Tap into the Multidimensional Capabilities of Team Members to Achieve Team Goals

Develop the “Whole Person”

 

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