2019 LTAC Management Development Program - Next Classes 1/17/19 and 3/12/19

Thursday, 1/17/19
Location: 4582 S Ulster St Pkwy, Ste 200, Denver CO 80237

Class Descriptions/Timing:

6 hour/full day class – 8:30am-3:30pm – with lunch

Management Essentials: Effective Leaders give their people exactly what they need, when they need it. They offer guidance, caring, and autonomy, and provide just the right amount of direction and support to help their team members succeed. They know how to develop competent, self-reliant contributors who deliver faster results for your organization.

In this class, you will learn to:

  • Accelerate Development -With the appropriate direction and support, people progress through development levels more quickly, accelerating their growth so they can deliver greater value to the company.
  • Increase Retention-Leaders who match their style to the needs of their people raise morale, make others feel valued, and ultimately increase commitment, engagement, and retention.
  • Create Proactive Problem Solvers-When employees feel that their managers have their best interests at heart, they perform better, are more creative, and seek optimal solutions to problems

This leadership model is an easy-to-understand, practical framework that helps your managers diagnose the needs of their people and then provide the appropriate leadership style to meet those needs. Your managers the different stages of employee development and how to apply the appropriate directive and supportive behaviors to match the development needs of their people.


Tuesday, 3/12/19

 Location: TBD - Denver Tech Center

Class Descriptions/Timing:

6 hour/full day class – 8:30am-3:30pm – with lunch

Performance Development Plan: A Performance Development Plan is a flexible tool for improving employee performance. It can be used with your strongest performers to identify new ways in which they can contribute or with employees who are not meeting expectations.

This type of plan is used to address performance issues that have been identified by the manager and communicated in an appraisal, performance-related memo or in conversation. In addition, a plan can be initiated by any self-motivated employee who wants to improve performance in a specific area.This class will train the manager to take the employee through the two part process of completing a Performance Development Plan. Part One leads the employee through a first draft, while Part Two covers the manager's review, the manager-employee discussion, and an agreement to action, as well as establishing goals and setting appropriate expectations.