People Management #202
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Designed for wine industry leaders, this workshop will sharpen communication and people management skills, including effective leadership and communications, hiring and motivating, building awesome teams and managing to peak performance.
Coaches: Liz Mercer, Rob Lorenz, or a WISE coaching member
Course Requirements: No certificate is offered for this course.
Successful completion of this course includes a passing grade of 75% or higher on the course test.
Session 1: This Leadership & Communications workshop will help attendees fully understand the importance, role and impact of the management responsibility; learn how to increase the ability to give and receive information from others; learn effective leadership styles; and understand the importance of matching leadership style to employee needs.
Session 2: This Hiring & Motivating workshop will focus on identifying the elements to consider when staffing an organization; learning the steps to making an effective hiring decision; understanding the legal impact of recruiting and staffing; strategies for successful on-boarding; and becoming familiar with key concepts of rewards and recognition.
Session 3: This Managing Peak Performance workshop is an overview of the tools needed to successfully provide performance feedback, conduct performance evaluations and take corrective action. Attendees will learn additional strategies to achieving performance results through others; become familiar with tools and techniques for documenting and providing performance feedback; learn the steps for correcting performance issues; and understand the legal impact of taking corrective action.
Session 4: This workshop on Building Awesome Teams will cover identifying the elements of successful team development; applying the supervisory concepts to building effective teamwork; learning the steps to effective goal setting and achievement; becoming familiar with strategies for facilitating meetings; and building a plan of action to capitalize on strengths and build skills.
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