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American Management Association Seminars


Successfully Managing People
Seminar No: 02295 -XNBB
CEU Credits: 1.8
Length: 3 days


A dynamic and innovative approach to increasing your skills for managing people more effectively!

Your results as a manager depend on other people! And because people come with a variety of values and belief systems that motivate their behavior and actions, it’s critical that you learn how to recognize what drives the people with whom you work. Gaining insight into why marginal performance and difficult behaviors arise is a major step in reversing negative behavior in the workplace. This seminar will help you gain cooperation, consensus, motivation and buy-in from your staff...team members...colleagues and superiors by expanding your knowledge of what makes people "tick." And if you are manager who feels caught between the needs of all the different groups with which you work, this highly interactive seminar is for you!

Attendees:
Managers or individuals with management responsibilities whose success depends on clear communication, a cooperative attitude and a commitment to shared goals.

How You Will Benefit:

  • Motivate and direct the people you rely on – even if they don't share your values
  • Learn to negotiate people and work issues – reduce conflict, get commitment, produce results
  • Create a winner’s orientation to every challenge
  • Increase your confidence, your leadership skills and your personal and professional satisfaction in your job
  • Develop a success-oriented “can do” attitude
  • Win the cooperation of everyone in the organization through influence, emotional intelligence and awareness of personal style
  • Respond effectively to difficult people, poor performers and pressures from the top

What You Will Cover:

  • How values and beliefs affect our behavior
  • Increasing your awareness of different work styles to manage more effectively
  • How to identify sources of resistance and modify defensiveness in others
  • How to use your personal strengths to build positive working relationships
  • Putting new concepts into action: Real-life case studies and a simulated management project

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Extended/Detailed Course Outline

Learning Objectives

  • Meet the New Demands and Rising Expectations of the 21st Century Workplace
  • Discover How Leaders Get Followers...and the Secret behind Charisma
  • Win the Cooperation of Everyone in the Organization through Influence, Emotional Intelligence, and Awareness of Personal Style
  • Respond Effectively to Frustrating Performance and "People Problems"
  • Communicate More Accurately by Listening for Both Emotion and Content
Managing People Successfully in the 21st Century
  • Recognize How Economic and Social Trends Have Changed the Manager’s Role
  • Identify the New Language That Reflects This Change
  • Define "Successfully Managing People" as "Getting People to Want to Do What They’re Supposed to Do"
  • Discuss and Illustrate Specific Challenges They Face Motivating Others in Today’s Organizations
How Values Influence the Thinking and Actions of Managers
  • Define the Meaning and Sources of Values
  • Explain How Values Influence Actions in Personal and Organizational Life
  • Describe the Positive and Negative Consequences of Values and Beliefs
  • Articulate Their Personal Values
  • Discuss Their Responses to Value Conflicts in Themselves and Others
Influencing Others through Their Own Values
  • Acknowledge and Demonstrate Their Ability to Control Their Reactions to and Interpretations of Other People’s Behavior
  • Discuss How Leaders Mobilize Followers through Values
  • Identify Leadership as the Key Skill in "Getting People to Want to Do What They
  • Have to Do"
  • Model a Four-step Values-based Approach to Managing and Motivating Others
  • Describe Five Ways of "Managing from the Heart"
  • Demonstrate Applying the Four-step Values-based Approach to Their Actual Work Situations
Building Positive Working Relationships through Personal Style
  • Discuss Temperament as a Component of Diversity
  • Identify the Behavioral Characteristics Associated with Four Temperaments
  • Brainstorm Methods of Dealing Effectively with People of Various Temperaments
  • Help Others Become More Effective When Dealing with Them
  • Use Behavioral Clues to Identify the Personal Style Preferences of People in Typical Work Situations
  • Develop Specific Strategies for Improving Relationships with People at Their Jobs
From Boss to Coach: Motivating in the Real World
  • Differentiate the Factors That Get People to the Job from Those That Get Them to Do the Job-or, Distinguish between What Gets People out of Bed from What Gets Them to Do Their Jobs
  • Explain Why and How Managers Cannot Motivate Others but Can Create Conditions That Permit Others' Intrinsic Motivators to Flourish
  • Explore the Motivators That Are Present and Absent in Their Workplaces
  • Develop Strategies to Increase the Motivators in Their Workplaces
Using Emotional Intelligence to Successfully Manage People
  • Describe the Components of Emotional Intelligence
  • Recognize the Central Role of Emotion in the Brain
  • Assess Their Own Level of Emotional Intelligence
  • Demonstrate the Ability to Use EQ Communication Strategies
  • Develop an EQ Improvement Strategy
Simulated Management Project and "Letter Home"
  • Demonstrate the Ability to Use a Variety of Skills and Strategies from the Course
  • Use Values and Behavioral Styles Different from Their Own and Recognize the Difficulties That Result
  • Write Themselves a Letter Summarizing Their Learnings: Both New Ideas/Strategies and Validations of Current Practices

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