Transforming Employee Development: A Manager’s Guide | Recorded Webinar

HRDQ-U Webinar | Transforming Employee Development

60 minutes

Think your managers lack what it takes to develop their employees? Think again. More often than not, it doesn’t require a new set of skills. In fact, most managers already possess the ability to support the growth and performance of their staff. They just don’t know how to apply their skills—or where to begin.

Join employee and leadership development specialist David Berke for an hour of learning that will transform the way your managers look at employee development. The author of the book Supported Self-Development:  How Managers Can Use the Skills They Already Have to Develop Their Employees, David will focus on a practical framework that managers will find easy to apply because it builds upon the skills and concepts that are familiar to them.

Attendees will learn

  • How to apply a project management framework to employee development.
  • The basic principles of identifying development needs.
  • Ways to establish an effective development relationship.
  • How to implement a development assignment that gets results.
     

Who should attend

  • Organization development professionals
  • Management development consultants
  • Trainers and managers
  • Human resources managers

Presenter

David Berke is a principal at Lorsch, Berke & Associates, LLC, David has more than 25 years of experience as a manager, individual contributor, and consultant in the fields of management, leadership, employee, and organization development. He was a senior faculty member at the Center for Creative Leadership for over a decade, and he has worked with global organizations across the United States, Europe, and Asia. An author and co-author of several books on succession planning and leadership development, his most recent publication is titled Supported Self-Development: How Managers Can Use the Skills They Already Have to Develop Their Employees.

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