Effective People Management
Conestoga Chapter Office
515 Riverbend Drive, Unit 101, Kitchener, ON, N2K 3S3
Date and Time: May 01, 2019 9am - May 03, 2019 4pm
CLASSROOM | ENHANCING
Management responsibilities are becoming more complex and
managers require a variety of skills to be effective. This three day program has
been designed to enable managers to develop new skills and enhance their
Effective People Management is a
three day program that uses online pre-work, engaging facilitation with
contemporary video, and personalized objectives to create superior learning
experience.Participants learn how to read the styles of the people they manage.
The result is managers who adapt their styles to manage more effectively.
Modules 1: Introduction to Your Management Style
Participants discover how DiSC affects management style,
including decision making and problem solving. Participants will also learn to
identify others’ DiSC styles using behavioral cues.
Learn about the DiSC® model and how it informs the
role of manager
Discover your management style on the Everything
DiSC® Management Map
Explore the priorities that drive your management
Module 2: Your DiSC® Management Style, Part II
Participants explore how they tend to manage time,
decisions, and problem solving.
Explore the influence your management style has on
how you manage time, make decisions, and approach problems.
Discover how your style helps shape your day as a
Learn a method for recognizing other people’s DiSC®
Module 3: Directing and Delegating:
Managers discover their strengths and challenges when
directing and delegating, and how to adapt their behavior to manage people more
Learn about your natural directing and delegating
Identify the directing and delegating needs of
Write an action plan for improving how you direct and
delegate to a person you manage.
Module 4: Creating a Motivating Environment
Participants discover how DiSC styles influence how people
Learn how you affect the motivation of others.
Recognize what different people find motivating and
Write an action plan for creating a more motivating
environment for someone you manage.
Module 5: Developing
Managers learn how to provide resources, environments, and
opportunities that support long-term professional growth, based on DiSC.
Learn about your natural style of developing others.
Identify the development preferences of different
Write an action plan for developing a specific employee.
Module 6: Working with Your Manager
Participants learn to influence and communicate
effectively with their managers by meeting their DiSC needs and preferences.
Consider how your manager might see you.
Discover different approaches for getting buy-in from
Write an action plan for improving how you work with
Needham, FCIP, CRM, MRD Consulting
The price of our full-day seminars include breakfast snacks upon arrival and
lunch at noon.
Number of Credits: 20
RIBO Management Hours
Cancellation Policy: No refunds, credit
notes issued only with 48 hour written notice.
If you have any questions or for
assistance with registration, please contact us: email@example.com