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Relationship Management & The Multi-Generational Workforce - 93970
with Leonard Tammaro
No two snowflakes are alike. They are all different. People are different too. We are diverse in many ways. We have different personal styles in how we interact with others and we all have our strengths and foibles. The workplace is populated with members of four generations – each having their own distinctive philosophy on life at work and at home. Matures, Boomers, Gen Xers, and Millennials (Gen Y) have their preferences for communicating and learning, reward and recognition, motivation, and what they value most. Managing the four generations is not a one-size-fits-all proposition. Using the DiSC instrument, Relationship Management provides an introspective of the different styles and their representative strengths as they relate to accomplishing work missions.
This workshop looks at the differences between the generations and offers suggestions on how to manage them in the workplace. What participants learn in this workshop is that every style has a place on the team and that an effective leader is able to recognize and leverage each style to develop a high performing team.
The Trend to Shift to Stakeholder Capitalism in a New Reality
with Lisa Milich
Stakeholder capitalism is a management system in which companies are oriented to serve the interests of ALL their stakeholders not just their shareholders for profits and returns. Among the key stakeholders are customers, suppliers, employees, shareholders, the environment and local communities. Under this new approach, it recalibrates the system to take a deeper view of business and ensures an economy that works for all because doing so has demonstrated benefits not just for society, but also the bottom line. A sensible and ethical choice for our evolving economy.
Excel for Beginners - 94119
with David Meyerovitz
This class is an introduction to Excel for beginner users. In this class, you will will help you develop a solid understanding of the Excel interface, review how to set up a basic spreadsheet, along with tips, tricks, and shortcuts guaranteed to save you time, energy and frustration!
5-Steps to an Employee Training and Engagement Plan - 93964
with Monet Viens
Employee engagement is key to the success of every business model. Companies with highly engaged employees tend to experience reduced absenteeism, improved employee retention, increased profits, elevated customer satisfaction, and even higher safety scores.
Participants will learn:
- What it means to create a culture of engagement
- Engagement strategies for all generations
- Ways to measure engagement
- Ways to foster a community spirit
Please note: Contact hours will be awarded and SHRM credits are pending approval from the agency.
Effective Meetings - 93968
with Leonard Tammaro
Meetings are a common method for communicating. Much time is spent attending meetings; maybe too much time. This can be a drain on time and productivity. This workshop is about making meetings more effective and productive. It introduces some strategies and techniques for planning and building an agenda, how to run a meeting, determining who should attend, how to allocate deliverables, and other important elements to ensure that a meeting is a time well spent.
Goal Setting Master
with Beth Carter
Now is a great time to set goals, both personally and professionally. Learn how to set realistic SMART goals, stay accountable, and pivot when it makes sense. With so much going on around us, it is important to learn how to stay focused while also realizing that you can stretch yourself and get out of your comfort zone.
Please note: Private Executive Coaching is available at a separate rate. If interested as your instructor or inquire with the Bristol Business Solutions and Partnerships Staff at BusinessSolutions@Bristolcc.edu
Time and Priority Management in the World of the “New Norm”
with David Meyerovitz
Approximately 30 % of the American workforce are currently working remotely. What was once the privilege of a trusted few is now the new reality for millions of professionals, a situation unlikely to alter.
Today there’s no boss looking over your shoulder but there are more distractions, e.g., children and partners sharing space, or inadequate home internet services. There are other remote work challenges such as difficulties collaborating, setting agendas, accountability, and using and learning new technologies. Remote workers also need to develop a new mindset and practice, all while missing the advantages of working with peers.
Please join with us to master the tasks of working remotely. We’ll share with you via presentation and exercises how to become an effective remote worker, improving your personal and professional life.