Teamwork & Time Management
Standard Price: $ 395.00
Course Length: 1 day
This course teaches students how to plan, frame, and research decisions. Learn how to define decisions, apply appropriate decisions frames, avoid overconfidence, deal with uncertainty, generate options and select the best one, develop numerous high-quality options, evaluate the options and make a final choice, review and learn from experience, identify optimal decision outcomes, and identify and manage linked decisions. Attendees will also learn how an organization can benefit from employing strategic decision-making techniques, and how to use decision-making strategies to improve negotiation skills.
Persuasion is the ability to influence people’s thoughts and actions through specific strategies. In this course, you’ll learn how to position your ideas and desires so that they appeal to others. You’ll explore the six laws of persuasion and the most effective persuasive strategies. You’ll also learn how to use persuasion to guide others to win-win solutions.
Virtual short courses do not include materials or headsets.
As clients’ problems become more complex, and the desire to implement solutions that not only meet needs but deliver true business value increases, technical consultants need to develop a more in-depth understanding of their clients in order to be successful. This shift combined with the fact that the solutions many organizations or internal support functions offer are also becoming broader and include more services means that technical consultants have to have business acumen and better problem solving and analysis skills.
This is an interactive workshop that helps both internal and external consultants build the skills and knowledge to better gather and analyze client information and make sense of it in order to make more effective recommendations.
Students pursuing a university-recognized and/or accredited certificate in Canada or continuing education units in the U.S. must attend at least 90% of class time, participate in class exercises and section-knowledge checks, and score at least 70% on an end-of-class, multiple-choice assessment.
Your former peers are now your direct reports. Your goal is to get the workdone and increase productivity with your team. You want to set mutual goals,reward good performance, and give poor performers the needed feedback. Do youknow how to be ‘the boss’?
This basic management seminar provides you with easy-to-apply tools needed tomake a successful transition into your new role. In just two days you willmaster the practical basic management know-how-and the confidence you want-toplan, organize, coach, motivate, delegate, and communicate in order to be aneffective new manager.