Training Now. Leading Tomorrow.
We’re here to help organizations perform at a higher level, to help them achieve their mission, to help them reach their goals. It begins with efficient managers and inspired leadership. Leaders need to be properly equipped to unleash their full potential. They need opportunities and resources to help drive their team forward to success.
Are you investing in the training and development your managers need to take their leadership to the next level?
Unleash Your Company’s Leadership Potential
Some people are born leaders. Some become leaders. Both will build their success on time-tested skills and proven principles. That’s what they’ll find in Modern Management.
Designed to enable leaders to excel, the Modern Management Program was crafted to help employees develop the necessary Mindset to manage others, and themselves, using the Methods we’ve honed to reach the highest degree of Mastery. We combine proven techniques with strategic training to equip individuals and teams with the personal and professional skills they need for success.
In-person instruction for newer managers.
Let’s face it: a promotion to management doesn’t magically imbue a person with the essential leadership traits. As we elevate our employees, it’s necessary to equip them with skills they need for success as a manager. Through Intensive Training, we’ve developed a multi-session series of in-person, in-depth instruction crafted so participants are primed to move forward on a practical, proven foundation.
10 Things Every Manager Needs Now.
To become a better manager, a person needs to be able to access the big picture. This no-cost, downloadable PDF breaks effective management down to the essentials. It guides an emerging manager through the fundamentals and reminds an existing leader how to strengthen their foundation. Complete the form below to receive a digital copy via e-mail.
Why You Need to Invest in Management
of Employees maintain lack of training is the most substantial obstacle in reaching their full potential in the workplace.
Source: Middlesex University for Work Based Learning
of Employees are more likely to be engaged when they work with an engaged manager.
State of the American Manager: Analytics and Advice for Leaders
of Managers report they’ve received no management training.
Does management training improve productivity?
According to research by Nicola Bianchi and Michela Giorcelli of the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, yes, linking training to:
annual increase in sales
annual increase in productivity
annual increase in ROA
Picture this: You're in a team meeting, nodding along as your employees share updates and ideas. You think you're the epitome of a good manager—after all, you're not interrupting anyone, and you're making all the right facial expressions. But suddenly, you realize...
Microlearning is a contemporary educational methodology that centers on delivering educational content in small, carefully targeted, and easily digestible units. It has gained popularity as a response to the fast-paced nature of modern life and the evolving...
Being a manager or leader requires more than just technical expertise. It demands the ability to effectively communicate and establish strong interpersonal connections. These skills serve as the bedrock for driving success in the workplace, enabling you to connect...
“Total Focus: How to Lead Lasting Growth” is a series of posts aimed at helping leaders develop the muscle and skill of maintaining focus in 3 critical areas: inner-focus (i.e. self-awareness), other-focus (i.e. social-skills), and outer-focus (i.e. systems thinking)....
“Total Focus: How to Lead Lasting Growth” is a series of posts aimed at helping leaders develop the muscle and skill of maintaining focus in 3 critical areas: inner-focus (i.e. self-awareness), other-focus (i.e. social-skills), and outer-focus (i.e. systems...
Did you know that a recent survey of recruiters ranked interpersonal skills as more important than any other workplace skill? On top of that, more than half of recruiters (57%) say that they expect the demand for interpersonal skills to grow over the next five years....
The commitment to asking questions for clarification, customizing an approach and curriculum for the best result, and ongoing feedback were invaluable to us in arriving at a program that met the needs of both our Senior Leadership Team and our mid-level managers.