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The Practice of Leadership and Coaching

In today’s manufacturing landscape, a leader’s ability to form mutually-beneficial relationships with their employees is vital to an organization’s continued success. This series of leadership courses aims to shift long-held management methodologies towards timely worker support practices, placing focus on the creation of constructive, motivational workplace cultures.

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Course Summary:

In today’s manufacturing landscape, a leader’s ability to form mutually-beneficial relationships with their employees is tantamount to an organization’s continued success. The high degree of autonomy granted by modern production processes has led to a dramatic increase in worker independence, and leaders that are unable to effectively communicate, moderate, and guide employee efforts may find themselves uninformed and unable to complete their own tasks.

This series of leadership courses aims to shift long-held management methodologies towards timely worker support practices, placing focus on the creation of constructive, motivational workplace cultures. These sessions are ideal for new supervisors eager to make a good first impression on their teams, established administrators looking to re-evaluate their management protocol, and corporate coordinators interested in optimizing productivity through collective engagement.

Discussed Topics:

  • The relationship between leadership, management, and coaching.
  • Identifying, analyzing, and modernizing leadership practices.
  • The importance of individual employee acknowledgment, communication, and recognition.
  • Understanding personal strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities.
  • Shifting management practices towards mutually-beneficial coaching strategies.
  • Establishing a workplace culture based on collective accountability, responsibility, trust, and respect.
  • Incentivizing commitment and engagement amongst team members.

Course Outline:

  • Analysis of currently-employed leadership methods.
  • Presentation of modern coaching practices.
  • Discussion on the value of effective management in a productive manufacturing organization.
  • Individual and collaborative leadership training exercises.
  • Identification of timely management tools, resources, and activities.
  • Examination of employee communication, recognition, and trust on efficiency and productivity.
  • Post-session individual leadership skill assessments.

DURATION: Three (3) Day-Long Sessions Held Over Three (3) Months

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: In-Person Classroom

SCHEDULE: Please contact Amy Edwards, EMC's Training Manager, at 1-866-323-4362 for upcoming course dates and times.

Training is available in English.

Contact Information

Amy Edwards
Training Manager
1-866-323-4362aedwards@emccanada.org
EMC
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