“Ready Now” solutions for management development


Improve collaboration skills, morale, retention, and innovation, which are essential for thriving in changing business conditions.
Baby Boomers Are Retiring. Demand for Talent has Created a Leadership Shortage. Many of today’s top leadership team members are retiring soon. 

According to the US Department of Labor, by 2029 the Boomers (born 1944-1962) will be largely out of the workforce.  

Today, many small and medium-sized companies lack formal leadership development processes for developing high potential talent. Yet, leadership development and training is an important “perk” that Millennials and Gen Xers are looking for.  

My Next Generation Leadership Training Program addresses these priorities providing professional development for your high potential employees.


Learn the strategies and skills associated with each of the following competencies. 
Managers who receive coaching get a twofer. They both improve their management effectiveness, and they learn the coaching fundamentals for better developing their team members.

Coaching is one of the best tools leaders can use to unleash the full potential of their direct reports, while positively influencing employee engagement and productivity.

Giving Feedback / Holding People Accountable
Successful managers hold their team members accountable because their success hinges on their team’s performance. They are accountable for others’ actions and results, as well as their own.

Managers improve performance by being direct and giving relevant feedback. Failing to be direct and give feedback leads to subpar results.

Managing Change
Research shows that initiatives with excellent change management are 6x more likely to meet objectives than those with poor change management.

The benefits of a new solution or process is dependent upon people positively embracing change. Change management skills enable managers to help staff adjust quickly and easily.

Executive Influence
Effective Influencing skills are essential for getting people on the same page, aligning resources, and improving execution and results. Effective leaders master Influence.

The more skilled you are at Executive influence, the greater your success. Your ability to positively influence the behavior of the people executing your vision and strategy is the difference between good and great results.

Improving Collaboration

Companies that use collaborative leadership approaches realize better employee and customer engagement, higher productivity, better retention, fewer accidents and 21% higher profitability.

Most leaders value collaboration, which helps people work better together and generate great solutions. Collaboration is a skill that managers learn by doing rather than by reading, watching a video, or listening to a presentation.

Key Skills for improving Collaboration:

  1. Embracing Change.
  2. Being a Direct Communicator.
  3. Being a Good Listener – Practicing Empathy.
  4. Improving Self Awareness & Management: two foundations of Emotional Intelligence.
  5. Being Solution Focused – generating “Win/Win” interactions.