Golden Sierra is offering engaging seminars to build strong teams, improve leadership skills, and promote inclusion in the workplace.
Placer Business Resource Center
1000 Sunset Blvd., Suite 105
Rocklin, CA 95765
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California Employers Association
Leading Change – Surviving Change
June 4, 9:30 – 11:30AM
Leading change is never without challenges. It is human nature to fear and resist the unfamiliar landscape of change. Change management requires us to think about how to manage and mitigate risk, uncertainty and instability. Your role as a leader is to proactively address the impact of the change on your organization and your team. In this program, you will learn to equip your managers and leaders with the tools to manage change.
Building Strong & Engaged Teams
June 6, 9:30 – 11:20AM
Leaders spend most of their time focused on improving their teams. They want their teams to perform better, innovate more, resolve conflict, and independently solve any problem that emerges. This training focuses on how to utilize strengths on teams and in the workplace. Participants will be given practical tools to develop team trust and develop their leadership style.
Time to take a hard look at your workplace teams. How many team members are fully engaged with their work? How many are just going through the motions? And how many are actively disengaged? These can be hard questions to face, but important ones to ask. If your team mirrors the U.S. workforce, only three out of 10 employees are fully engaged.
Accountability, Motivation, & Delegation
June 11, 9:30 – 11:30AM
In the last decade, the Gallup organization conducted a study of great managers across all disciplines and discovered key performance traits. The research outcomes were overwhelmingly conclusive! A participatory leader not only engages their employees better, but also got better engagement between employee’s customers and other organizational members. Strategic HR professionals must change their role from managing things, to being business savvy, networked, and influential participatory leaders who embody the greatness of leadership.
Your Role as a Manager
June 18, 9:30 – 11:30AM
Today’s managers are the business leaders of tomorrow, and many may not be prepared for their new role. With 10,000 baby boomers retiring daily, nearly 90% of companies’ rate finding and developing strong leaders is an urgent challenge. New managers often lack the experience and knowledge of the organizations priorities as it relates to their position. Basics of Management training provides an overview of what managers need to know to be effective in their positions. The session will address the role of the supervisor in influencing their team’s performance and overall engagement. Building a strong supervisory foundation is important to developing and expanding a managers’ skills so they are able to motivate, manage and communicate effectively.
Generation at Work: Closing the Gap
June 20, 9:30 – 11:30AM
Did you know we currently have five generations in the workplace? Work, communication and preferences are all influenced by a person’s generation. Each generation in your company has a difference in the way they work, think and how they perform their work. These differences can lead to difficulties and conflicts within your work teams. It can also be an opportunity to build a better team that uses the strengths of each generation to that bring the best out of each person. This training will help you bridge the generation gap!