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Learn how to successfully initiate and hold meetings with employees who work for the managers who report to you—"skipping" a level to learn more about the organization around you.
Discover how to sell yourself in a short period of time with a memorable "elevator pitch."
Discover how to manage your team to optimize execution and performance.
Discover how you can effectively integrate new hires into your team and set them up for success in working with you, their colleagues, and the company at large.
Discover how to develop political savvy and influence at work.
Discover how to manage up at work and strengthen one of your most important work relationships: your rapport with your boss.
Learn how to prepare for your review and make it a productive conversation.
Learn to safely, positively, and systematically manage the termination process.
Discover how to reward your employees, by following the journey of a CEO who learns a hard lesson about giving rewards that mean something to his team.
Discover how to embrace change in your professional and personal life.
Discover how to give employees meaningful feedback so they can learn and grow.
Learn how to gather performance feedback, write reviews, and deliver them effectively, while making performance review conversations part of your management year-round.
Develop confidence you can apply at work and in your personal life. Learn how to own where you are and where you want to be, remove negativity, and visualize success.
Learn five simple steps to making better decisions.
Discover successful, repeatable scripts to use when employee difficulties arise.
Learn how to motivate your team and retain their valuable contributions over time.
Learn to motivate, communicate with, and manage a team.
Learn to establish your identity as a leader and connect with your team when you first step into a management position.