The Great Manager Virtual Bootcamp – The Making of A Manager For Real Bottom-line Impacts!

Management 2.0 : Master The 9 Critical Practices For Leading A Team!

Instructor :
Don Phin

Webinar ID:
14497

Date: JUN 24, 2024 (MON)

Start Time: 10 am PT

Duration: 2 Hrs.

What you will learn

  • Critical Components of Management 2.0 – “Inspired Collaboration”
  • What is The Cost of Poor Hires, Performance Management, Compliance Problems
  • Specific Trade Tips to Help Recruit, Hire, and Onboard Great Employees.
  • Goal Setting and The Importance of Moving from Expectations to Agreements..
  • Critical Components of Management 2.0 – “Inspired Collaboration”
  • What is The Cost of Poor Hires, Performance Management, Compliance Problems
  • Specific Trade Tips to Help Recruit, Hire, and Onboard Great Employees.
  • Goal Setting and The Importance of Moving from Expectations to Agreements
  • Dealing with Poor Performance and How to Develop Quantity and Quality Benchmarks
  • Change Management, and How to Manage – The Resistors, The Sheep, and The Champions.
  • How to Set Long-term and Short-term Goals for Your Career and much more…

Course Description

How do you know the difference between a great manager and a mediocre manger? – Only the outcome of the team they manage can answer this question. It’s really that simple!

These are crazy times, and managers are more challenged than ever. Managers need to think less like fire-fighters. The quality of a company’s management and supervision team goes a long way to defining that company culture… and its bottom line!

Companies with untrained managers rely solely on that person’s innate ability to manage. Not surprisingly, half of those managers will do a better job than the other half.

Training your managers has a leveraged impact depending in part on how many people they manage. The average manager in the US is paid roughly $70,000. There are many managers out there who govern a payroll of $1 million or more.

Perhaps at your company, they are managing $100,000 in payroll. Either way, an improvement in their management ability by only 10% can have significant financial impacts!

When managers learn how to continually improve their performance, they will have a highly successful career, and you’ll have a very profitable company. The team of a good manager will achieve good results – consistently!

This Program Is Designed To Increase Manager:

  • ENGAGEMENT
  • PRODUCTIVITY
  • INNOVATION
  • RETENTION

Don Phin, an HR Expert, attorney, author, and speaker, has had the opportunity to train over 6,000 CEOs and many of their management teams.

Mr. Phin’s strength is a common-sense approach. There will be no rocket science in this program. Instead, there will be valuable, easy-to-understand insights, strategies, and tools to help you become a better manager– No matter what team you manage!

Join Now!

How do you know the difference between a great manager and a mediocre manger? – Only the outcome of the team they manage can answer this question. It’s really that simple!

These are crazy times, and managers are more challenged than ever. Managers need to think less like fire-fighters. The quality of a company’s management and supervision team goes a long way to defining that company culture… and its bottom line!

Companies with untrained managers rely solely on that person’s innate ability to manage. Not surprisingly, half of those managers will do a better job than the other half.

Training your managers has a leveraged impact depending in part on how many people they manage. The average manager in the US is paid roughly $70,000. There are many managers out there who govern a payroll of $1 million or more.

Perhaps at your company, they are managing $100,000 in payroll. Either way, an improvement in their management ability by only 10% can have significant financial impacts!

When managers learn how to continually improve their performance, they will have a highly successful career, and you’ll have a very profitable company. The team of a good manager will achieve good results – consistently!

This Program Is Designed To Increase Manager:

  • ENGAGEMENT
  • PRODUCTIVITY
  • INNOVATION
  • RETENTION

Don Phin, an HR Expert, attorney, author, and speaker, has had the opportunity to train over 6,000 CEOs and many of their management teams.

Mr. Phin’s strength is a common-sense approach. There will be no rocket science in this program. Instead, there will be valuable, easy-to-understand insights, strategies, and tools to help you become a better manager– No matter what team you manage!

Join Now!

Why you should attend

The net result of this bootcamp is greater job satisfaction and engagement…with bottom-line impacts!

Mr. Phin will begin the program by challenging managers to define just how good they want to be.

  • Do they want to be above average?
  • What about being in the top 25% or 10%, or even 1%?
  • What would be the benefits and challenges associated with being a great manager?
  • What noise or blockages could be in reaching such lofty goals?

As Simon Sinek would say, start with the WHY. So that’s what we’ll do. Next, we will have your manager examine precisely why they want to be great at their work.

In this interactive session, you’ll learn:

  • We’ll Define Critical Components of Management 2.0
  • Why Managing by Control Approach is Dead! Instead How, “Inspired Collaboration” is The Way Forward.
  • What is The Cost of Poor Hires, Performance Management, Compliance Problems, and Other Variables that Affect The Bottom-line?
  • Specific Trade Tips to Help Recruit, Hire, and Onboard Great Employees.
  • Goal Setting and The Importance of Moving from Expectations to Agreements
  • Dealing with Poor Performance and How to Develop Quantity and Quality Benchmarks
  • Change Management, and How to Manage The 3 Types of Employees – The Resistors, The Sheep, and The Champions.
  • How to Set Long-term and Short-term Goals for Your Career and much more…

As with all the lessons, Mr. Phin challenges you with a follow-up exercise. Again, we want to move from “knowingness to doingness.

Join Don Phin in this interactive session to learn how you can help your people achieve the highest success – The ultimate job of a great manager.

ENROLL NOW!

The net result of this bootcamp is greater job satisfaction and engagement…with bottom-line impacts!

Mr. Phin will begin the program by challenging managers to define just how good they want to be.

  • Do they want to be above average?
  • What about being in the top 25% or 10%, or even 1%?
  • What would be the benefits and challenges associated with being a great manager?
  • What noise or blockages could be in reaching such lofty goals?

As Simon Sinek would say, start with the WHY. So that’s what we’ll do. Next, we will have your manager examine precisely why they want to be great at their work.

In this interactive session, you’ll learn:

  • We’ll Define Critical Components of Management 2.0
  • Why Managing by Control Approach is Dead! Instead How, “Inspired Collaboration” is The Way Forward.
  • What is The Cost of Poor Hires, Performance Management, Compliance Problems, and Other Variables that Affect The Bottom-line?
  • Specific Trade Tips to Help Recruit, Hire, and Onboard Great Employees.
  • Goal Setting and The Importance of Moving from Expectations to Agreements
  • Dealing with Poor Performance and How to Develop Quantity and Quality Benchmarks
  • Change Management, and How to Manage The 3 Types of Employees – The Resistors, The Sheep, and The Champions.
  • How to Set Long-term and Short-term Goals for Your Career and much more…

As with all the lessons, Mr. Phin challenges you with a follow-up exercise. Again, we want to move from “knowingness to doingness.

Join Don Phin in this interactive session to learn how you can help your people achieve the highest success – The ultimate job of a great manager.

ENROLL NOW!

Course Agenda

1. Management 2.0

  • Control is Dead
  • Power of Trust
  • Real Ownership

2. The Math of People: Employee Cost Calculator

3. Building Your Team

  • Recruit, Hire, and Onboard Great Employees
  • Calibration & Clarity
  • Employee Engagement

4. Performance Management

  • Continuous Improvement
  • Dealing with Poor Performers
  • When to Let Them Go

5. Time Management

6. Change Management

7. Creativity

8. Emotional Intelligence

9. Ethics

10. Career Planning: Long-term and Short-term Goals for Your Career

BONUS:

  • PDF copy of the presentation handout for your future reference.
  • Soft copy of the certificate of completion on request.

1. Management 2.0

  • Control is Dead
  • Power of Trust
  • Real Ownership

2. The Math of People: Employee Cost Calculator

3. Building Your Team

  • Recruit, Hire, and Onboard Great Employees
  • Calibration & Clarity
  • Employee Engagement

4. Performance Management

  • Continuous Improvement
  • Dealing with Poor Performers
  • When to Let Them Go

5. Time Management

6. Change Management

7. Creativity

8. Emotional Intelligence

9. Ethics

10. Career Planning: Long-term and Short-term Goals for Your Career

BONUS:

  • PDF copy of the presentation handout for your future reference.
  • Soft copy of the certificate of completion on request.

Who is this course for

Everybody benefits from watching this. Even better when done as a group!

  • Leaders and managers looking to get the best from their team
  • HR Professionals
  • Fledgling Supervisors wanting better outcomes
  • Anyone looking to understand the dynamics of performance management
  • Executives who want to improve company work culture

Everybody benefits from watching this. Even better when done as a group!

  • Leaders and managers looking to get the best from their team
  • HR Professionals
  • Fledgling Supervisors wanting better outcomes
  • Anyone looking to understand the dynamics of performance management
  • Executives who want to improve company work culture

Instructor Profile

Don Phin is a 35 yr. California employment law attorney…and in the process has learned what doesn’t work in employee relations. After leaving his litigation practice, Don built HRThatWorks, used by 3,500 companies, and acquired by ThinkHR. He coaches HR executives and has presented over 600 times to CEOs, HR, and other executives on what works in employee relations. Don recently released The 40| |40 Solution: Mastering the Emotional Energy of Leadership and Sales.

Don Phin is a 35 yr. California employment law attorney…and in the process has learned what doesn’t work in employee relations. After leaving his litigation practice, Don built HRThatWorks, used by 3,500 companies, and acquired by ThinkHR. He coaches HR executives and has presented over 600 times to CEOs, HR, and other executives on what works in employee relations. Don recently released The 40| |40 Solution: Mastering the Emotional Energy of Leadership and Sales.

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