These programs can be tailored to address the specific performance requirements of any organization. This flexibility enables learners to leave with the relevant tools and skills that are ready for immediate implementation in their workplace.
WATMEC facilitators provide “real world” materials directly related to learners and their unique business challenges. And this leads to tangible business benefits.
Individuals and organizations achieve will workplace excellence with WATMEC’s learning solutions.
Identify a clear picture of your role as a leader, move on to understand how to motivate, gain trust and respect and supervise with knowledge and confidence. Hone your communication skills, learn the do’s and don’’ts of performance management, and the core skills of empowerment, delegating, problem solving and decision making, feedback, rewards and recognition along with how to hold staff accountable. Finally, develop coaching skills, and goal setting, before you develop your own future learning plan.
Identify your style of communication and the style of your team members. Next, learn the four stages of group development. These two will promote team effectiveness. To drive employee engagement you will map out a master plan of goals for each of your team members and the full team.
Learn to manage in a way that will increase productivity by managing in a kind and positive way. This program is focused on you and your development as a manager/leader. Learn to bolster your self-confidence, develop key management skills, refine interpersonal and communications skills. During this program you will learn about different management styles, clarify the culture you currently work in, and decided which is best for your team. Leave the session with tools in communication, team building, inspiration, and problem solving. Finally you will craft a plan with steps to incorporate it within a defined time line.
Research has shown that there are at least 14 key skills for good leaders to achieve today to be successful. In this program we will cover off core skills, along with understanding Vision, Mission and Values and how to align them with the corporate strategy and execute them at your department level. Packed with tools and techniques, this program will prepare you for success and put you on a path of development to becoming an engaging, effective leader. (Participants complete the Work of Leaders Assessment)
Learn and develop skills in the four areas of leadership and contrast them to versatile leadership. Adopt a partnership mentality, and match your leadership choices to the needs of your team members. Develop yourself as a leader who is a partner, supporter, mentor and cheerleader. Takeaways include job aids, tools and techniques to help you develop successfully as a versatile leader.
Starting with the assessment Everything DiSC for Management, you will identify your management style. Learn key skills of directing and delegating, motivating, developing others through coaching and finally how to work with your manager. Fast paced and engaging you will come away with a plan of development for yourself and those you manage.
Your number one priority as a manager is to deliver results. This session will provide a roadmap for your management success by focusing on the behaviours that provide the real keys to achievement. Learn field-tested, results-focused mindsets and behaviours that were used to take Fortune 500 companies to the top of their industry sector. Evaluate yourself on the major reasons managers struggle, learn to ‘take action and make decisions’. Identify distractions that interfere with your results. Explore the “one-half of one side of one sheet of paper” to keep things simple, and how to explore models that build accountability that drive performance.
NOTE: Leaders and Managers will also benefit from several of the skills listed elsewhere, ie: coaching, communication, customer service (under sales) and many in the personal development area.
In pre-training assessments, WATMEC establishes measurable learning outcomes, to ensure the ‘right fit’. For example, making presentations in a classroom with feedback from the facilitator and group is ideal for improving presentation skills. But if an organization is facing time or geographic issues, or your skill-building concerns involve only one individual, we may recommend utilizing webinars, e-learning or even one-on-one coaching.