Accelerating Impact: Converting Resources into Results (formerly Cornerstones of Management) (St Louis)
October 29, 2019
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
St Louis Knight Center
Registration Required: Yes
This day-long seminar is a very practical overview of four critically important organizational management topics in a highly interactive learning environment. Management is the process of converting resources into results. You will learn practical processes that you can use on an on-going basis. You will leave the class with a practical, written action plan for your day-to-day work as a manager on every topic we cover. All participants will have the opportunity to have a free one-on-one coaching session with Dan Coughlin in the weeks following the day-long seminar to discuss any of the topics and how they apply to your work.
Overview of the four Management Cornerstones
People (attracting, selecting, developing, placing, and retaining the right employees for your organization; bench strength; culture; and teamwork)
Deciding and Doing (strategy, planning, and execution)
Value Positioning and Enhancement (branding and innovation)
On-Going Learning (industry knowledge and beyond industry insights)
Develop a set of interview questions, role plays, and case studies to find the desired character strengths, passions, talents, and values that you want in your organization.
Articulate repeatable processes that you can use to strengthen your desired strategy, culture, and brand.
Strengthen your ability to continually improve as an organization.
Leverage selected best practices from companies inside and outside of your industry to improve your business performance and results.
Earn a Concentration or your Advanced Management Certificate
This seminar qualifies for one day out of five in the Business Execution Concentration. Earn a concentration by taking five seminar days in this area within two years, or complete 15 seminar days across three defined concentration areas to earn your Advanced Management Certificate.
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