Achieving agility within your workforce is easier said than done. In this webinar, Ryan Gottfredson will introduce participants to mindsets and the power they have in driving agility, and help you learn how to harness the power of mindsets to enhance agility in their teams and organizations.
The most sought-after people skills include business etiquette, professionalism, written and oral communication, interpersonal, and leadership. Join business etiquette expert, Lynne Briel for this essential webinar where she explains why these people skills are vital for your business and how they help your company stand out above the competition.
Because the core processes of a business—ones that are responsible for creating end-products or services—cut across functions, the best and most efficient way to meet the customer’s needs is to improve the way in which people in these related functional areas work together. This collaboration enables the organization to accomplish goals and implement major change initiatives more quickly and with better quality than if each function operated as a separate “fiefdom.” Key to success in this environment is being able to work effectively with people across the organization, over whom one may have no authority.
Using a team approach to achieving organizational results is a methodology that has proven to be much more effective than the old-school approach of top-down, authoritarian management. However, there are downsides to the team approach that can be problematic in this increasingly fast-moving business environment. The greatest of these downsides include restricted communication, competition and even conflict between teams that actually hurts the overall organization.
Motivation has been one of the most written-about and widely-discussed topics over many decades across every kind of organization imaginable. Although it can mean different things to different people, motivation is most often viewed as a methodology managers use to coax team members to be more productive and feel better about their jobs than they otherwise would without management's efforts.