In this seminar you will explore the 10 most common mistakes managers make and learn how to avoid making them in the future. You will gain an understanding of how these commonplace managerial actions are dysfunctional and practice more effective responses to these situations. Handling people successfully is no “big secret.” You can do it if you follow some very simple rules.
"Everyone involved, including those taking the class, seemed very enthused about the subject matter. All involved also seemed interested in becoming a better manager, and a better person. Dr. Belt's passion was very uplifting. He seemed to genuinely care about the subject and about us becoming better managers. His energy made me feel better about the working environment. I will attend another CMD class, not only to become a better manager, but also to become a better person. I feel that courses like this benefit me, allow me to be a better boss to my employees. We all have examples of what we don't want to be as a boss. It's good to plan a path toward becoming what we do want to be." Steve Ropp, Kansas Ethanol, Inc.
- Attempting to be fair by treating everyone the same way
- Losing your positive attitude and enthusiasm
- Concentrating on paperwork, not people
- Failing to establish exciting goals and a compelling vision
- Focusing on what is wrong rather than what is right
- Attempting to motivate employees with the wrong tools
- Talking to people rather than communicating with them
- Delegating improperly or not at all
- Managing like other managers manage
- Failing to focus on the future