Sunday, October 14th, 12:30 PM -4:30 PM
Provided by: Careerstone Group, LLC
Organizational and career success requires strong and respectful hierarchical and horizontal relationships. Establishing robust, productive working relationships with those above us, next to us, and below us in the workplace is the single most effective way to accelerate success in any organization. Whether you are reporting to a supervisor, middle manager, VP, top executive, or a board of directors, managing up, down, and across is a skill that we all need.
This lively and interactive workshop provides proven strategies and techniques to increase cooperation and collaboration between those who have different power levels, perspectives, and personalities. Learning to effectively manage up and across–is good for you, good for your boss, good for your peers, and good for your organization.
This course focuses on the following ECQs: Leading People; Results Driven; Building Coalitions; and the following Core Competencies: Conflict Management; Developing Others; Team Building; Accountability; Problem Solving; Partnering; Interpersonal Skills
Led by Mary Abbajay, author of “Managing Up: How to Move up, Win at Work, and Succeed with Any Type of Boss.”
Who Should Attend?
This program is ideal for professionals with 1 to 10 years of workplace experience who seek to increase their ability to collaborate successfully with others.
- Understand what managers REALLY want from their staff
- Recognize different leadership styles and explore adaptive strategies for communicating and collaborating with each style
- Understand and manage the personality differences that impact manager/staff/peer relationships
- Increase organizational trust with supervisors and peers
- Develop strategies for working effectively with supervisors and peers