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Course Approved for Continueing Education Credit

Are you looking for a proven method to improve your effectiveness as a supervisor? MTI’s Supervisory Success: Managing to Individual Styles workshop is designed to do just that.

This one-day workshop is not just another seminar focused on the functions of management and various theories of effective supervision. Instead, Supervisory Success: Managing to Individual Styles provides participants with a personalized, interactive experience that takes the mystery out of the real-world challenge of effectively managing and motivating people who have very different personalities and needs.

The simple fact is that not everyone responds well to the same management approaches. Managing to different personality styles is a key to supervisory effectiveness, and the path to accomplishing this starts with recognizing your own unique style. As a participant in Supervisory Success: Managing to Individual Styles, you will complete the widely-recognized and validated Everything DiSC Management adaptive assessment prior to the training session. In the workshop, you will receive a personalized analysis of your management style using the Everything DiSC Management framework.

This interactive one-day workshop is a must-attend for every supervisor. Participants will:

  • Develop an in-depth understanding of your own natural management style
  • Discover how you can leverage your own natural tendencies for maximum supervisory effectiveness.
  • Learn how determine other people’s personality styles – an important key to getting the best possible results as a supervisor – using a practical, validated framework that you’ll be able to immediately apply for positive results

Workshop Highlights

  • Adaptive assessment focused on management style - complete online
  • Receive a personalized management style profile
  • Interactive training workbook
  • Professional training focused on maximizing supervisory success

Schedule your Supervisory Success: Managing to Individual Styles workshop today. Register for the next public workshop or contact us to schedule a private session for a group at your company or organization.

This activity has been approved for 6 general recertification credit hours toward GPHR, HRBP, HRMP, PHR, and SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website at www.hrci.org.
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Do you find yourself running out of time to accomplish the things you need to get done? If you often wonder where all of your time has gone, this class can provide you with practical tips and suggestions for managing your time more effectively.

Learning Objectives

Everyone is limited to 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Managing your time can help you utilize your time more effectively and efficiently.

MTI's Time Management seminar is designed for busy professionals who need a little guidance when it comes to getting their schedules under control and learning how to practice effective time management techniques.

Topics Covered in this half-day seminar include:

  •     Relationship Between Time Management and Organizational Skills
  •     Top Time Management Myths
  •     Basic Facts About Time Management
  •     Identifying and Minimizing Time Wasters
  •     Analyzing Time Usage
  •     Recognizing and Changing Bad Habits
  •     Strategies for Effective Time Management
  •     Top Tips for Time Management

Who Should Attend

  • Employees at every level
  • Managers/supervisors
  • Business owners

 

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Looking for a time management training program with immediate impact? Based on Wiley's Time Mastery Profile®, this program pairs a complete, self-directed assessment of current time management behaviors and effectiveness with in-person time management training led by a professional facilitator. Complete your personal Time Mastery Profile and attend this insightful and informative half-day or full-day workshop to become more aware of what your current time management behaviors, discover whether (and how!) they benefit or hurt you, and develop a customized time management system to master every moment in your busy schedule.

The Time Mastery Profile helps you to more effectively use planners, calendars, and other time-management tools to accomplish more and find greater balance in your daily life. Since the focus is on behavior, you can be used this time management assessment tool with any calendar or planner system (paper or electronic). This program is designed to work with and complement other time management systems such as Day-Time®, Franklin Covey and other programs and daily planners. The Time Mastery Profile also helps people to more effectively use planners, calendars, software applications, and other time-management tools to accomplish more and find greater balance in their daily lives.

Key Benefits:

Our Time Mastery Workshop with Individualized Assessment helps people in your organization:

  • Discover their time management strengths
  • Develop new skills for improved performance
  • Increase personal, team, and organizational efficiency, effectiveness, profitability and job satisfaction
  • Focus on priorities
  • Increase productivity
  • Better meet customer needs
  • Respond to opportunities
  • Reduce stress and anxiety

Contact us to schedule your Time Mastery Workshop With Individualized Assessment session today. This session is available for groups of all sizes at any U.S. location. Contact us at training@mtibusiness.com or 251-478-6848, ext. 700.

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Workplace Harassment Prevention for Employees emphasizes what employees need to know to prevent, recognize, and report harassment in the workplace. Every member of an organization's workforce needs to have a clear understanding of what workplace harassment really is, in order to be able to recognize and avoid engaging in such behaviors. Ensuring that employees are properly trained regarding all types of workplace harassment, including sexual harassment, is something that every organization should do as part of its risk management strategy and commitment to building a positive, productive work environment.

Course Content

Topics covered In this 1 - 2 hour seminar Include:

  • Types of workplace harassment: sexual harassment, quid pro quo harassment, hostile work environment harassment
  • Overview of all federally protected characteristics
  • Who can commit/who can experience workplace harassment
  • Examples/types of harassing behaviors (verbal, non-verbal, physical)
  • Impact of workplace harassment on work environment
  • Playing your part in creating a harassment-free workplace
  • Information specific to your company policy (optional)

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Program

Training is available at any U.S. location. Webinar training and conference presentations are also available. Contact us today to schedule training for your team. Harassment training focused on non-supervisory employees is also available.

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Everyone who manages people needs to fully understand the implication of workplace harassment from a supervisory perspective. Making sure that every manager in your company is properly trained regarding the risks of workplace harassment, including sexual harassment, as well as on practical tips for preventing and responding to workplace harassment should be a vital part of every organization's risk management plan.

Learning Objectives

Workplace Harassment Prevention: A Management Perspective emphasizes what managers need to know to prevent and deal with harassment in the workplace.Every company's risk management plan should include providing formal training for managers on this important topic at least every two years.

Topics Covered In This Half-Day Seminar Include:

  • What workplace harassment is and is not
  • Common perceptions, myths, and facts
  • Practical tips for preventing harassment and reducing liability in the workplace
  • Employer, manager, and employee liability
  • Harassment prevention policies and procedures
  • Handling complaints
  • Additional important information

Who Should Attend

  • Supervisors
  • Managers
  • Team leaders
  • Executives
  • Business owners
  • HR professionals

Program

Training is available at any U.S. location. Webinar training and conference presentations are also available. Contact us today to schedule training for your team. Harassment training focused on non-supervisory employees is also available.

 

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This course covers essential skills and best practices focused on teaching participants how to be a good mentor in the workplace. It is appropriate both for peer mentors and managers/supervisors and other leaders whose roles involve mentoring.  

Learn How to Be a Good Mentor in the Workplace

Mentoring can be a powerful tool for employee development, though the success of such initiatives starts with ensuring that mentors have the skills that are necessary to help develop mentees. MTI’s one-day Workplace Mentoring 101 session is designed for individuals who are or are preparing to serve as mentors in employee development programs, as well as managers, HR professionals, and other leaders. This workshop provides a comprehensive overview of key best practices for workplace mentoring and practical strategies for mentoring success.

Learning Objectives

Key focus areas of MTI's Workplace Mentoring 101: How to Be an Effective Mentor course include:  

  • Introduction to Mentoring: Characteristics & responsibilities of being a mentor, including establishing expectations and setting ground rules
  • Effective Feedback: Key skills for providing effective feedback in a mentoring relationship, including positive feedback (both appreciation and praise) and feedback focused on performance improvement.
  • Coaching Skills for Mentors: Mastering the do’s and don’ts of coaching-focused communication to motivate mentees to achieve their potential.
  • Relationship Management: Defining & developing the mentor/mentee relationship, including building trust and adapting to individual differences.

Who should attend:

  • Workplace mentors
  • Mentor trainees
  • Talent development professionals
  • Professionals preparing for a move to management/leadership
  • Organizational development professionals
  • High potentials
  • Individuals involved in onboarding
  • Peer leaders
  • Business owners
  • Human resource management professionals
  • Others who have management or leadership responsibilities

Course Length

This course is available as a full-day in-person workshop, though components of the program can be presented in a half-day in-person format or via a series of shorter webinars, such as 60 - 90 minute lunch and learn sessions. Contact us to schedule a session at any U.S. location.

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Have you done everything you can to make sure that your supervisors and employees are prepared to deal with a workplace violence situation if they are ever faced with one? While no one ever wants to deal with such a problem, it's a fact that such situations are becoming increasingly common in the workplace. If you want to find out what to do to reduce the likelihood of workplace violence as well as how to watch for warning signs and respond in the event of a problem, this class is for you.

Learning Objectives

Workplace violence is a growing problem in the modern business world. No type of business or individual business is immune. Learn the facts about workplace violence in addition to tips for recognizing the signs, how to respond, and what not to do in order to avoid problems from escalating.

MTI's Workplace Violence seminar is designed for managers and other professionals who are concerned with taking proactive steps to maintain a safe working environment.

Topics covered in this half-day seminar include:

  • What is workplace violence?
  • Who is affected by workplace violence?
  • Current statistics regarding workplace violence
  • 4 types of workplace violence
  • Where workplace violence comes from
  • Situations with elevated workplace violence risk
  • Triggers for workplace violence
  • Warning signs of workplace violence
  • Techniques for minimizing workplace violence
  • How to deal with the warning signs of workplace violence
  • Handing crisis situations
  • Sample company workplace violence policy
  • Workplace violence prevention tips

Who Should Attend

  • Supervisors
  • Managers
  • Team leaders
  • Executives
  • Business owners
  • HR professionals
  • Safety
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