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|Speaking and Training - Introduction|
Workforce change requires that managers are inspired and be inspiring. Because work places traditionally reward technical skills and individual contributors, very few people see managing as rewarding (let alone rewarded) work, and even fewer people are natural managers.
But we are firmly within the information economy leaning strongly toward the conceptual economy, and business success requires different management behaviors from those of the industrial age. While machines were the workhorses of the old economy, people are the braintrusts for knowledge and innovation. Successful organizations recognize and practice the "soft skills" that tap into human resources--motivating, empowering, partnering, managing conflict, coaching and building team effectiveness.
Managing successfully can be an acquired skill - with the right help and support. Workforce Change programs--for a conference, a seminar, a team development event or a breakout session -- can energize your workforce to develop respect for and find significance in the work they do and the contribution they make to your organization. Workforce Change learning programs will keep that energy flowing, making your associates more productive, more resilient and more capable of thriving rather than struggling with changes they face on a regular basis.
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