Managing Up, Down, and Sideways
Learn the importance of expanding your influence and bring about improvements in your organization through 360 degree management.
Many employees think of themselves as individual contributors rather than managers. One may not have the title of manager or even manage other’s performance, but they are still a manager whether it is a manager of projects or of time spent. We are all managers. We all are responsible for managing multiple tasks and/or projects. We definitely manage our relationships with our boss, our co-workers, our to-do lists, and other relationships. You may also manage different items such as health issues, traffic jams, sick children, lost reports, board meetings, car problems, etc. So no matter if we do not have the title of manager, we are all managing up, down, and sideways. This topic will help you understand different techniques for managing things that occur in our professional and personal lives and how we can cope with the stress of managing.
• You will be able to describe what the employees want to experience in the workplace and what they want from HR.
• You will be able to explain the importance of winning the talent war and keeping your employees engaged.
• You will be able to identify trends for 2021 and beyond, including engaging the workforce, reassessing performance review process, incorporating online learning and arranging flexible workplaces.
• You will be able to recognize whether you have an engaging workforce and how to change things.