Employee Development Solutions Blog
At MTI Business Solutions, we’re in the midst of a busy season of conference and professional organization speaking engagements! Watch for us at various events throughout 2017 and beyond!
2017 Conference & Association Speaking Engagements
A few of our upcoming and recent speaking engagements include:
MTI Business Solutions is excited to add Six Sigma Green Belt (SSGB) training and certification programs to the firm's broad selection of employee development programs focused on building better workplaces.
Six Sigma is a data-driven, customer-focused, results-oriented methodology focused on systematically eliminating defects and inefficiencies to improve processes. Six Sigma can be effective in all kinds of organizations, including (but not limited to) production/manufacturing, service, healthcare and transaction-based environments.
Are you looking for an individualized leadership development tool that pairs meaningful 360° feedback with actionable results? If so, Everything DiSC 363 for Leaders is an ideal solution. This powerful resource provides leaders with a personalized, actionable plan to meaningfully improve leadership effectiveness.
Work/life fit policies, flexible scheduling and transition to parenthood programs among practices in place at award-winning companies
More than 300 workplaces of all sizes and across various industries are being honored as winners of the 2016 When Work Works Awards, the Families and Work Institute (FWI) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) announced today.
Your DiSC style has a significant impact on how other people perceive you. Knowing your style – and how it affects the way you come across to others – can help you be aware of your natural strengths, as well as identify areas where you may need to learn how to adapt to get the results you need.
Style By Style Impressions
The D Impression
People who have a D style tend to come across as self-confident, direct, willing to take risks and forceful.
Becoming a manager for the first time can be scary, as well as a bit surprising. New managers are often surprised by how quickly things change when they take on a supervisory role, in terms of duties and workplace relationships. The transition from employee to supervisor goes much more smoothly when prospective new managers are properly prepared for success before taking on a supervisory role.
New managers are often surprised to discover that providing training to employees is an important aspect of being a supervisor. When your job involves managing people – no matter the size of your team or department – training is an important key to supervisory success.