Is your next generation employee ready to take charge?
Our national workforce is experiencing a “silver tsunami” as baby boomers retire at an estimated rate of 10,000 per day through the year 2030. With fewer workers available to fill vital positions, who will win the battle for top talent?
IDENTIFY YOUR COMPANY’S FUTURE LEADERS AND HELP THEM REACH FOR THE STARS
Prepping the next generation of leaders is one of the highest priorities for business owners. Yes, technical skills are required, but to win the battle for top talent, your company must train for skilled leadership. Don’t forget that “People don’t leave companies, they leave bosses” as you hire and plan for the future. Is leadership training a line item in your budget? Whether you train internally with qualified staff, or utilize programs offered through associations like MichBusiness, 101 Best and Brightest Companies, MFBA or Corp! Magazine – put leadership training in your strategy.
Our Leadership Development program was designed by Walsh College and is directed and delivered by an expert instructor, Diane Morrison, who has conducted training for companies around the globe. Virtually every person who has taken the course has exclaimed how the it pin-points workplace issues and provides tools and resources applied the very next day; the lessons learned stay with them as their knowledge and responsibilities expand. Companies are sending two and three managers at a time for the rich experience of learning with a diverse group.
Are you thinking of a rising star from your organization who fits the bill right now?
Call our office 586-393-4382 and discuss the options available, or visit the webpage.
- Classes begin Thursday, September 14, 2017 and
continue every other Thursday through November 16.
- Held from 9 am – 4 pm
- Easy access Warren location
- Classes may be taken individually $550 each includes materials, DiSC Assessment, and lunch
- Full program is $3150 (recommended for maximum ROI), includes three assessments and meals
- May be eligible for continuing education credit