Managers are the key to an agile workforce.
They are the ones responsible for creating an environment that fosters individual excellence.
Because most workplaces traditionally reward functional and technical skills, few people see managing as rewarding work and even fewer people are natural managers. Management skills must be practiced and learned by everyone from C-level leaders to individual contributors.
The 21st century brain requires different management behaviors from those of the industrial age. Machines may have been the workhorses of the past, but people are the source of knowledge and innovation now. In team environments today, every interaction—both good and bad—has a direct impact on business results.
With Janine’s programs, managers:
- Recognize that the 21st century business brain requires different management behaviors from those of the industrial age and economy
- Consider associates a vast resource of knowledge and innovation
- Learn the skills necessary to become managers who coach, not boss
- See managing as rewarding work
- Become adept at the soft skills that motivate individuals and teams: emotional connection, empowering, partnering, managing conflict, collaborating, coaching and building team effectiveness
- Implement cultural behaviors that foster motivation and inspiration