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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Managing Top Performers Is Always Easy...Right? $74.95
Developing Adaptable Managers $74.95
Attracting and Retaining Talent $74.95
Delivering Bad News Effectively $74.95
Building Upward Relationships $74.95
Recognizing Natural Leaders $74.95
Employee Engagement $74.95
Gauging Your Organization's High-performing Potential $74.95
Managing for Cross-functionality $74.95
Managing Your Company's Talent $74.95
Fostering Mentoring Relationships $74.95
Managing the Unique Needs of Experts $74.95

Bundle Price: $409.00
Total Savings: $490.40

Managing Top Performers Is Always Easy...Right?

Top performers aren't always the easiest employees to manage. This impact explores how to deal effectively with top-performing, high maintenance employees.

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Developing Adaptable Managers

To meet the challenge of the new economy, businesses must reassess how they train and groom their emerging leaders in order to produce highly flexible and adaptable managers. This Business Impact suggests a five-step strategy for developing tomorrow's managers today.

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Attracting and Retaining Talent

Even in a strong employer's market, it's critical that companies position themselves as employers of choice. This Challenge Series exercise explores how organizations can address retention and attraction issues in a crisis situation.

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Delivering Bad News Effectively

Delivering bad news effectively requires strong leadership. This Challenge Series product examines the process for communicating such news with skill, tact, and candor.

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Building Upward Relationships

Winning the confidence of managers more senior to you requires understanding your organization and your boss's expectations and preferences. It also requires forthright communication, authenticity, and respect. This Challenge Series exercise examines possible strategies for building upward relationships.

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Recognizing Natural Leaders

Effective leaders embody qualities beyond managerial experience. This challenge examines how to identify the candidates possessing an innate ability to lead.

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Employee Engagement

It isn't enough to simply offer competitive salaries and benefits. Employees must be made to feel valued. This challenge focuses on methods for keeping employees engaged in their jobs.

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Gauging Your Organization's High-performing Potential

High-performance organizations are those with a competitive edge but facilitating such an environment requires the right skillset. This course helps you assess your organization's potential for high performance in terms of its mission statement, strategy, performance measurement strategies, customer orientation, leadership, and culture.

Learning Objectives
  • Identify organizational factors that need to be coordinated for success
  • Recognize mission statements that indicate high-performance organizations
  • Identify characteristics of a high-performance measurement strategy
  • Recognize actions to make an organization more customer focused
  • Recognize typical actions of a leader of a high-performance organization
  • Determine if an organization's culture supports high performance

Managing for Cross-functionality

Cross-functional management involves managing in a way that bridges the functional silos that constrain your organization. This course defines organizational cross-functionality and its benefits. It helps you develop techniques to support a cross-functional strategy throughout your organization. And it shows you how different types of knowledge management systems can play a role in implementing that strategy.

Learning Objectives
  • Identify the benefits of cross-functional management
  • Recognize advantages of each approach to making your organization cross-functional
  • Recognize how to support strategic cross-functionality in the organization
  • Recognize the benefits of knowledge management for furthering strategic cross-functionality
  • Match knowledge management approaches with their descriptions

Managing Your Company's Talent

Talent management focuses on recruiting, hiring, developing, and retaining the right talent to drive an organization's performance. This course covers why effectively managing talent is so important and how to plan for talent management. In addition, this course identifies the key activities associated with talent management and describes the roles played by managers in implementing a talent management strategy.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize why talent management is important
  • Identify key activities of talent management planning
  • Identify key activities for acquiring talent
  • Recognize strategies used to develop talent
  • Identify methods of retaining talent
  • Identify actions a manager should take to motivate employees
  • Recognize actions managers can take to help employees thrive

Fostering Mentoring Relationships

Mentor relationships are key to enabling success in both your personal and professional lives. This course covers the benefits of mentoring programs for employees, mentors, and the organization as a whole and explores the differences between mentoring and coaching relationships. It also details what makes a mentoring program successful, considering the various mentoring models and approaches and how each contributes to making a mentoring program a good experience for all involved.

Learning Objectives
  • Identify the benefits of workplace mentoring for mentees, mentors, and organizations
  • Distinguish between examples of coaching and mentoring relationships
  • Identify what makes mentoring programs successful
  • Distinguish between the four types of mentoring
  • Recognize the advantages of formal mentoring relationships
  • Identify benefits of informal mentoring relationships

Managing the Unique Needs of Experts

Managers rely heavily on experts for the in-depth knowledge needed on the job. These experts have unique needs in the workplace. This course explores the characteristics of the experts on your staff; outlines what they want from you, their manager; and covers techniques and strategies to help you meet their needs.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize the benefits of understanding experts and their needs
  • Identify common characteristics of experts
  • Recognize how to be a trustworthy collaborator
  • Identify methods of being a competent facilitator
  • Recognize actions managers can take to meet the needs of experts
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