Mastering Management, May 13th | Follow Up Session June 8th | New York

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Dates: May 13, Follow up session June 8

Times: 9 am - 5pm 

Location5 Bryant Park, New York, NY 10018 (4A's) 

Price: Members ($1,950) Non-Members ($2,250)

 

If you’re new to supervising or management, or you simply want to become a more effective manager, this training program is designed for you. Participants will learn specific methods for keeping the team on track and delegating effectively. The two-session structure of this program offers managers an opportunity to practice new skills and techniques between workshops, and then regroup to debrief on their individual experiences. 

 

 

What you will learn?

  • The difference between managing and leading people
  • Understanding how to motivate and inspire those who work for you
  • Delegating effectively and avoiding micromanagement
  • How to give corrective feedback and encourage initiative
  • Problem-solving with an action-oriented focus
  • How to create and maintain a performance-driven team
  • Communicating more effectively with direct reports, peers and senior management

 

Details

Dates: May 13, Follow up session June 8

Times: 9 am - 5pm 

Location: 5 Bryant Park, New York, NY 10018 (4A's)

Price: Members ($1,950) Non-Members ($2,250)

 

If you’re new to supervising or management, or you simply want to become a more effective manager, this training program is designed for you. Participants will learn specific methods for keeping the team on track and delegating effectively. The two-session structure of this program offers managers an opportunity to practice new skills and techniques between workshops, and then regroup to debrief on their individual experiences. 

 

 

What you will learn?

  • The difference between managing and leading people
  • Understanding how to motivate and inspire those who work for you
  • Delegating effectively and avoiding micromanagement
  • How to give corrective feedback and encourage initiative
  • Problem-solving with an action-oriented focus
  • How to create and maintain a performance-driven team
  • Communicating more effectively with direct reports, peers and senior management

 

 

ABOUT GARY DUKE:

Gary Duke is Partner & Chief Talent Officer at Wild Blue Yonder, where he designs and leads training programs for creative companies looking to enhance the leadership, creative thinking, and strategic and communication skills of their employees. He applies more than 25 years of ad agency and client-side experience to every training session, infusing learning theory with practical real-world knowledge. Gary works with many of the industry’s top global agencies — including Havas Worldwide, JWT, Leo Burnett, Ogilvy, Publicis, Razorfish, and Y&R — as well as some of the world’s leading consumer brands.

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