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Insurance Institute of Ontario – Management Essentials – On-Line (EST)

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by Conestoga Chapter, IIO
December 13 - December 14, 2021
On-Line Course 9:00 AM (EST)


WEBINAR  |  ENHANCING  |  MANAGEMENT

Management responsibilities are becoming more complex and managers require a variety of skills to be effective. This two day program has been designed to enable managers to develop new skills and enhance their management capabilities.

Management Essentialsis a two day program that uses online pre-work, engaging facilitation with contemporary video, and personalized objectives to create superior learning experience.Participants learn how to read the styles of the people they manage. The result is managers who adapt their styles to manage more effectively.

Modules 1: Introduction to Your Management Style

Participants discover how DiSC affects management style, including decision making and problem solving. Participants will also learn to identify others’ DiSC styles using behavioral cues.

Module 2: Your DiSC® Management Style, Part II

Participants explore how they tend to manage time, decisions, and problem solving.

Module 3: Directing and Delegating:

Managers discover their strengths and challenges when directing and delegating, and how to adapt their behavior to manage people more effectively.

Module 4: Creating a Motivating Environment

Participants discover how DiSC styles influence how people are motivated.

Module 5: Developing Others

Managers learn how to provide resources, environments, and opportunities that support long-term professional growth, based on DiSC.

Module 6: Working with Your Manager

Participants learn to influence and communicate effectively with their managers by meeting their DiSC needs and preferences.

Presenter:
Melanie Needham, FCIP, CRM, MRD Consulting 

Register today!

Number of Credits: 12 Hours ON/AB/MB



Visit event's website
https://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/institutes-and-chapters/Ontario/Conestoga/Seminars/Seminar-Details?seminarId=12673




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