How their personal development leads to better team results.
Skills such as setting boundaries, communicating and working together, have an immediate effect on the results of your team. Only when you're aware of the available resources for employee development, you can help your team members excel. When your team members are content and satisfied, it positively influences the overall achievements of the team. It's a win-win situation.
When you've completed this course, you'll have learned how to introduce personal growth and development resources to your team members. You'll know how to monitor and discuss their progress and how you can keep them engaged, involved and motivated.
Professional knowhow and experience are two important factors when climbing into a managerial position. However, as a manager, more is expected of you. You are also responsible for employee development. For many managers, regardless of their level of experience, this is a relatively new kind of responsibility.
This training is especially designed for managers, who want to bring out the best in their team and encourage personal growth and development. It doesn't matter if you've been a manager for years or just recently have been promoted. This training will help you introduce, monitor and discuss resources for employee development and make sure your team members excel.
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