Research shows that 70 to 80% of development happens on-the-job. We offer a complete capability framework with over 300 capability/competency mappings to video-based courses in onboarding, development, engagement and project management areas.
Competency / Capability Learning Tracks
Becoming a Future Leader Learning Track:
Communicating with Others, Building Your Leadership Skills
Being a Business Professional Learning Track:
Basic Business Skills, Personal Behaviors and Conduct, You and Your Boss
Career Development Learning Track:
Coaching Career Development, Developing for Success, Building Your Career
Developing and Rewarding Others Learning Track:
Developing and Coaching Employees, Giving Great Feedback, Discussing Total Compensation
Engagement & Retention Learning Track:
Increasing Employee Engagement, Retaining Your Employees, Recognizing Employees, Providing Resources for Success
Leadership Development Learning Track:
Leadership Essentials, Leading the Organization Strategy
Leading Teams Learning Track:
Developing Work Relationships, Creating Great Teamwork, Conflict Management Skills
Management Communication Skills Learning Track:
Communication Skills for Managers, Building Trust and Respect, Delegating Work
Onboarding Learning Track:
Onboarding New Employees, Starting a New Job
Project Management Learning Track:
Project Management for Managers, Meeting Management, Become a Contributing Project Team Member
We can assist your organisation in implementing a job title competency matrix suited to your organisation. Please contact e-Resources for more information.
Because Remote Leaders Have Unique Challenges
Leading remote employees is now a fact of life. Over 80% of teams and 90% of projects have at least one member not physically located with the rest of the group. In addition, a recent study from GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com showed that the number of employees who telecommute more than one day per week increased over 79% from 2005 to 2012.
While the principles of effective leadership and team management haven’t changed, maintaining peak performance and keeping employees engaged when separated by miles, time zones and culture is a tall task for any manager or organization.
Let’s be honest—leadership of others is already hard enough when they are down the hall or on the shop floor. When you add in the challenges of them being remote, it gets harder—and more stressful.
How do we communicate successfully?
How can we make meetings (that are already painful in person), work using technology?
How do we build the relationships and trust with the team—and help them do that between each other?
How do we present ideas, change and more at a distance?
How do we coach and give feedback successfully?
How do we deal with the unknowns? After all, we can’t see what they are doing, how they are doing it and if they are ever working?
If have ever struggled with even one of these questions, you know what we mean. Leadership is hard...doing it remotely is even harder.
Effective Communication for Successful Leadership. Writing to Get Things Done® Toolkit will improve productivity by teaching how to use writing as a powerful tool for getting things done. Students will improve their on-the-job writing skills—writing clear, easy-to-read emails, letters, memorandums, meeting minutes, procedures, trip reports, and technical reports. In conjunction with BERRY Writing Group, this Toolkit is based on the material from five books that Mr. Berry has written or co-authored on business writing and taught to over 55,000 corporate and government employees.
Moving into a position of authority brings new challenges and new responsibilities—some of which might be uncomfortable. And as a first-time supervisor, it's common to feel overwhelmed, anxious and stressed out about transitioning from co-worker to boss. That's exactly why we created the Bud to Boss Toolkit. Designed specifically to address the needs of anyone who is new to supervising and managing others, Bud to Boss will provide the foundation you need to take on your new position and move forward in your career. You'll find out how to communicate with former peers who are now your subordinates, how to give feedback, handle performance reviews, as well as conduct difficult conversations—all in a way that's comfortable, productive and successful for BOTH of you.
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