Without a doubt today’s leaders face increasing challenges while managing their teams. Confronted with safety concerns and personal pressures, they need new skills to address unique workplace dynamics – hybrid workers, societal diversity and inclusion influences, increased virtual communications, employee generational gaps and cultural sensitivities. Leveraging both intellectual and emotional thinking to manage growing pressures help leaders bring out the best in others and themselves, particularly in the most trying of times. This series will help leaders:
Take one class or take all three. To register for individual courses, contact Kallee McGraw at KMcGraw@AIMHRSolutions.com.
Price for Series: $485 AIM Members | $600 Non-Members
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Anyone who manages people
Applicable to any size company and any industry
This highly engaging program respectfully explores sensitive, useful, and important information on unconscious bias for any company with employees from different cultural or generational backgrounds. It goes beyond understanding differences and offers practical tips for respectfully and effectively leveraging uniqueness and commonalities among employees to boost morale, engagement, and your bottom line.
Distinguish between a diverse and an inclusive workforce
Increase self-awareness of your own cultural programming and unconscious bias
Discover commonalities among those seemingly different from you
Identify cultural influences on workplace behavior
Explore skills for communicating effectively among a diverse team
Begin to identify organizational practices to reinforcing inclusivity in your workplace.
This session explores how leaders can harness emotional intelligence concepts of self-awareness to self-regulate natural responses and “show up” in ways employees need during uncertain times. Participants will develop a heightened awareness of their preferred leadership approach through a self-assessment and engage in addressing some common scenarios leaders now face. They’ll also explore how to flex their personal style to fit a situation or individual.
Assess and reflect upon your own emotional intelligence
Examine characteristics and practices of emotionally intelligent leaders
Identify your personal triggers and how to acknowledge and adapt in the moment
Discover the value of being self-aware and able to self-regulate your emotions using relevant scenarios that most leaders are facing today.
Identify ways to flex your leadership style to compassionately connect, influence and motivate others during times of uncertainty and fear
According to Gallup, organizations whose employees have above-average attitudes towards work enjoy:
38% higher customer satisfaction scores
22% higher productivity
22% increased retention
27% higher profits
And according to Career Systems International, the top reason employees leave a company is not for more money, it’s because they feel “stuck”, with little or no opportunity for development or career growth. Companies
with coaching and mentoring cultures of continuous learning, where there’s regular feedback, both technical and professional in nature, build a stronger, more engaged and technically proficient workforce.
Explore the differences between the role of mentor and coach
Determine when to mentor and when to coach
Introduce elements of effective mentoring and the benefits
Review the responsibilities of the manager in performance management
Discuss the importance of delivering and receiving feedback - both positive and constructive
Explore how to build a coaching culture and examine your role as a champion