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Hit the ground running.

This course covers a lot of ground. Useful for both new and experienced supervisors. Manager, supervisor, leader, all of these words are interchangeable, right? Maybe but knowing the difference is the first step in avoiding frustration and empowering your team.

If you are new to management this course is designed to give you the tools to hit the ground running. Focusing on your Leadership EQ, this survey course will guide you in understanding how to motivate, empower, engage, and align the people who report to you.

If you have led teams before or are currently leading a team, this course will be a welcomed refresher. It will provide you with tools and understanding to reinvigorate your team if productivity, morale, or engagement has fallen. 

Handling conflict, dealing with bad behavior, taking a coaching approach to managing are just a few of the topics covered in this course.


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After This Course

After taking this course you will have a solid understanding of how to manage a team to get results. 

What This Course Covers

Why You Would Take This Course

If you are looking for a leadership cheat sheet that will provide a solid overview of proven leadership skills, then this is the course. If you need proven ways to handle conflict, engage team members, create better working relationships you will want to sign up for this course.

Who This is For...

What You Will Learn

About the Instructors

David a husband, father and the principal of Arrington Coaching. He and his team work with leaders, teams, organizations, and entrepreneurs. He regularly speaks and writes on leadership development, team alignment, and peak performance. David has over 15 years of executive coaching experience and a doctorate in strategic leadership. He's just authored his first book: Promotable.
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by Michelle Hines November 10, 2021

This course is great and helps you understand and take away best practices for the full cycle of managing, supervising and leading others!

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