Transform Your Team for Breakthrough Results
Productivity surveys reveal common problems across the business world. You're not alone. Recent national surveys* of thousands of employees disclosed that while many people work hard, there is a worrying lack of effectiveness.
Survey results indicate:
- Less than 50% of your team's time Is spent on the company's most important objectives
- Only 14% of employees feel they are contributing to company success
- Less than half of your team know company's goals
The problems are not limited to one industry, one geographic location, one economic group, or even one age group. They are common to all.
- Workers have too many assigned tasks and too many competing priorities.
- People can't identify key goals and, therefore, can't deliver excellent results.
- Individuals, even entire departments, lack open communication.
- Crises are often reacted to with fast, less-than-effective decisions.
The good news is that changing ineffective behaviors to effective behaviors will benefit everyone too.
*Results of xQ Surveys conducted by Harris Interactive
Change ineffectiveness to effectiveness with The 7 Habits for Managers. Attend this powerful FranklinCovey two-day workshop and discover the same transforming principles that have led the world's foremost business leaders to the professional and personal success they dreamed of. This training course is taught as a two-day in-person or online (2 days 5.5 hour lessons), facilitator-led workshop.
You Will Learn To:
Be an influential leader:
- Focus on critical priorities
Learn to correctly judge the goals your efforts should be focused on and to use daily and weekly planning to maintain that focus.
- Define the contribution you want to make
Have a specific image of what you want to accomplish as a manager and a clear vision of how to do so.
- Communicate effectively
Communicate so effectively with others that you not only accomplish more, but also raise the levels of trust and fulfillment within your team
Stephen R. Covey—Internationally Respected Leadership Authority
Dr. Stephen R. Covey, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, is the recipient of acknowledgments ranging from Time magazine's 25 Most Influential Americans to the International Man of Peace and National Fatherhood Awards, as well as eight honorary doctorate degrees. He is continuously engaged in teaching the principles of the 7 Habits to national and world leaders.
In 2002, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, an international best-seller, was named by Forbes magazine as one of the 10 most influential management books ever. It is the best-selling audio book in history.
What You Receive:
- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People audio CD
This best-selling audio book provides the basis for the concepts taught in the course.
- Participant Guidebook
This 81-page manual is filled with examples and exercises that continue to enhance the learning process long after the workshop is over.
- Management Essentials
A 132-page book of resources for dealing with management challenges.
- World-class Facilitator
- Money-back Guarantee
Length of Training:
Live - In Person
|AMA Non-Member||$1995 each|
|AMA Member||$1795 each|
|AMA GSA||$1537 each|
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Two Days that Will Change Your Life
Get acquainted with the terms and models unique to the 7 Habits®.
Empower team members to make their highest and best contribution.
Habit 1: Be Proactive
Recognize how choices based on personal experience or beliefs can profoundly impact your effectiveness both positively and negatively. Identify your hidden resources and use them to break through barriers to the results you want.
Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind
Develop a clear definition of what is and is not important to you and your organization. Shape your own future instead of leaving it to the outside influences of other people or circumstances.
Habit 3: Put First Things First
Gain a reputation for excellent follow-through and superior organizational skills by greatly increasing your ability to focus on your top priorities. Recognize that effectiveness requires the willingness to eliminate the unimportant.
Habit 4: Think Win-Win
Build a team that finds faster and better solutions through clear expectations, shared responsibilities, and an understanding of priorities. Easily share recognition and success without fear of diminished personal importance.
Habit 5: Seek First to Understand,
Then to Be Understood
Develop the ability to deeply understand any problem and give honest, accurate feedback that develops trust. Learn to listen for clarity while eliminating prejudices and the desire to prescribe.
Habit 6: Synergize
Value and celebrate differences and understand how they contribute to innovative and better solutions. Maximize opinions, perspectives, and backgrounds instead of feeling threatened by them.
Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw
Maintain and increase your newfound effectiveness by continually renewing yourself mentally and physically.
Continuing Education Credits:
12 Contact Hours