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When Achieving Mission Critical Goals is not Optional
In order to thrive in today’s competitive environment and respond quickly to changing industry trends, an organization must be able to execute change initiatives effectively. While most organizations do a great job identifying what needs to be changed, many have significant difficulty implementing these changes. This two-day course provides leaders with a comprehensive understanding of how to identify and establish mission critical goals and initiatives that will successfully drive organizational change.
In addition, participants will also explore the practical management principles of Ken Blanchard's Introduction to Situational Leadership II ©. These principles enable leaders to effectively interact with their employees to implement specific goals that will result in overall positive organizational change. Because each employee adapts differently to change, it is imperative that leaders understand how to adjust their leadership approach to maximize individual employee performance and productivity.
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To provide collision center owners and managers with a proven leadership approach to identify and execute visionary change and mission critical goals while simultaneously leading employees as individuals.
THE ART OF EXECUTION MODEL –
Building a foundation for organizational change starts by identifying the core values, vision, and mission that become the building blocks for peak performance. By identifying these elements, leaders can create a foundation to execute real change. In addition, participants will learn how to measure performance and conduct periodic review sessions that motivate team members to achieve organizational goals.
FOUR STYLES OF SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP II © –
Course participants will take an authorized version of Ken Blanchard’s Situational Leadership II © Assessment that identifies their personal approach to leading people. Identifying their primary leadership style will help leaders understand how to improve the interaction, communication, and management of multiple reports. Participants will learn how to adjust their leadership approach based on the following styles of leadership:
(1) Directing → (2) Coaching → (3) Supporting → (4) Delegating
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Collision center owners, manages and key personnel that are responsible for goal setting and supervisory management.
10 minimum, 24 maximum
CERTIFICATION & TRAINING MATERIALS
I-CAR participants are eligible to receive 3.75 Gold Class points for this course. Automotive Management Institute (AMI) participants are eligible to receive 28 Accredited Automotive Manager (AAM) credits. Participants will receive a student manual, course hand-outs, lunch, refreshments, and an MVP certificate of completion.
Any PPG or Nexa Autocolor™ customer is eligible to attend any MVP Business Development Series course
FOR MORE INFORMATION
MVP Hotline: 1-866-237-8178