Management Development Series

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NHTI Business Training Center Technical Writing Instructor Valerie LaVoiceNick Manolis has spent his career in a variety of senior management and consulting roles in the public, non-profit and private sectors focusing on human resources, training, development and consulting.  For twenty-one years, Nick provided human resource/organizational development training and development services throughout the Primex membership.  Most recently Nick served as Vice President of Human Resource Development for Associated Grocers of New England before moving on the start "the next chapter of life."  Currently, Nick is adjunct member of NHTI’s business management department and provides leadership development training services to clients of the Omega Management Group.  He remains connected to Primex as a trainer and contributor to PrimeTimes.

Strengthen management skills while enhancing your professional portfolio

Price:  $75 per session (* except Build Relationships that Work)

Keeping Your Organizational Spine in Line: Making Mission, Vision, Strategy and Goals Really Mean Something
Mission, vision, strategy, goals…..words that we’ve all heard and concepts that many of our organization have embraced. But have we ever really understood the essential “vertical alignment” of our organizational spine and how these words are part of it? This workshop explores the importance of keeping your organizational spine in line by making mission, vision, strategy and goals a critical part of the backbone to your organization’s success.
Date: March 10, 9:00 am - noon
Managing Change Effectively
The constant nature of change and why we either welcome it or reject sets the stage for this program. Whether you're a person who eagerly initiates change and welcomes it comfortably or one who fears change and automatically rejects it when it surfaces, you'll leave this program with valuable information on how to accept change and effectively manage it.
Date: March 24, 9:00 am - noon
Develop Cultural Competency: Supporting Diversity in your Organization
Learn to: 1) address how norms and values are culturally-embedded and how they can create intercultural miscommunication, 2) create environments receptive to intercultural differences and linguistic variety, 3) bust myths related to English speaking and learning, and 4) build resources to support employers, staff, and colleagues.
Date: March 26, 9:00 am - noon
*Build Relationships that Work: DISC Personality Inventory
Research tells us that people who are most effective 1) know themselves 2) understand the demands of the situation and 3) adapt or modify their style to meet those needs. Gain insight into your behavioral style and learn tactics and strategies used to build more effective relationships.
Date: April 2, 9:00 am – noon Price: $ 99 (includes on-line DISC Personality Assessment)
Multi-Generational Workforce
What do Matured, Boomers, GenXers, The Wired Generation and Milennials have in common? They are all part of today's workforce. This half day program looks at the benefits and pitfalls that five distinct generations bring to the workplace and offers insight on how to use their differences to help build a more cohesive organization. This workshop is sure to get you thinking and will provide clear guidance on how to make generational diversity a plus for your organization.
Date: April 7, 9:00 am - noon
Gain Confidence and Say What you Mean: Assertive Communication
Learning to communicate assertively can help prevent problems, manage stress levels, improve self-confidence, and make a stronger impression on those with whom we interact.
Date: April 16, 9:00 am – noon
Boot Camp for Managers
This half day program will give you all the essentials you'll need to get and stay in shape to become an effective manager. You'll also take a candid look at yourself to identify those areas where you're fit and those where you need to tone up. Whether you need just a little toning or are in need of a complete makeover the Boot Camp will provide you with the information, guidance and encouragement to increase your managerial fitness.
Date: April 21, 9:00 am to noon
Conduct Meetings with a Purpose:  Techniques and Tools
Tired of wasting your time at pointless meetings? Learn to better prepare and run meetings that are purposeful, efficient, and that meet your specific department, project, or organizational objectives.
Date: April 30, 9:00 am – noon
Keeping Employees Engaged and Motivated:  Techniques and Tools
We will look at what motivates employees, the components that affect engagement, and the role that managers must play to keep employees engaged and productive.  Managers will walk away with a plan of practical, tailored, and easy-to-implement actions that will (re)engage and motivate employees.
Date: May 7, 9:00 am – noon

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