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It’s All About Them: Managing and Leading Others to Support THEIR Success
presented by Alan Dobzinski, MCC
April 27 from 8 to 10:30 a.m.
Junior Achievement of Central Maryland
10711 Red Run Blvd # 110, Owings Mills, MD 21117
Proceeds benefit Junior Achievement of Central Maryland
What would it be like if everyone in your organization felt they were supported in their success? Managers and leaders tend to want to solve problems and answer questions that are posed to them, rather than focusing on ways to grow and develop their people. This seems to occur particularly often during 1:1 meetings with employees, where supervisors tend to speak more than they should and listen less than is desirable. This workshop will help leaders understand the importance of focusing on their direct reports and making it "all about them" when coaching, leading, and managing their teams. We will demonstrate live coaching on how we really apply this to real life situations.
Who should attend: Anyone who manages and leads other people.
You will discover how to:
• How to help leaders understand the importance of focusing on their direct reports and making it “all about them” when coaching, leading and managing their team
• Learn tools that will increase your accountability and results
• Neutral Language: Learn a new language that will enhance relationships within your business
• Ask vs Tell: A new way of asking questions, respectfully, caring and professionally to get people to do what you want
• Tools on how to LISTEN: Learn how to master a tool that everyone thinks they know but haven’t mastered
• Learn about Alan’s key philosophy that helps everyone win!
• Identify negative behaviors that are destructive to your relationships
• Learn about a powerful tool that will game change how you manage your people
• Add a simple 3-Step “make it all about them” Accountability Process that ensures clarity so your people will do what you want, when you want, and how you want it done – without an iron fist or micromanaging!
The Benefits to You and Your Organization:
• Focusing on ways to grow and develop your team
• To have optimal one on one meetings like never before
• Reduce drama and complacency and turn talk into action. (More productivity!)
• Improve your employee retention
• Increase customer loyalty
• Increase sales
• Create more time and less stress for you (for everyone)
Attend “It’s All About Them: Managing and Leading Others to Support THEIR Success” presented by Alan Dobzinski, and you will leave with new ideas and processes you can begin using immediately that will transform your meetings and relationships in your workplace.
Here's what one of Alan's CEO clients recently said about this specific training:
“Alan Dobzinski is an outstanding facilitator. His presentation on the Accountability Factor is the highest rated event offered by the Regional Manufacturing Institute. His solutions are easy to understand and they are win-win strategies that make people feel more valued in the workplace.” --Mike Galliazo, Ph.D., Executive Director, Regional Manfacturing Institute
Alan Dobzinski is a Master Certified Coach (there are only 624 in the entire world!), America’s Accountability Expert™, Certified Corporate Meeting Facilitator and Executive Business Strategist specializing in working with Family Owned Businesses and Professional Services Firms with a full-time private practice in Baltimore, MD and Delray Beach, FL. He has helped hundreds of clients over his 25 years of experience. Alan works with executives, managers, and business owners who want to increase sales, productivity, and profitability worldwide by creating a culture of Motivational Accountability™. He writes and speaks regularly on how to increase your business profitability through Motivational Accountability™ and how to S.P.E.E.D. your way to a Better Bottom Line. He is the author of The Buck Starts Here. To get Alan’s free e-mail series: “7 Strategies In 7 Minutes” from Alan’s Motivational Accountability System visit his web site.