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REGISTER TODAY for this 3-part Audio Conference Course...
" Survival Guide for New Managers"
with Ruth Snowden
The move into management brings a host of new responsibilities, hopes,
challenges and opportunities. Whether you are in a small library or a
huge organization, the management skills and strategies are the same.
This course focuses on those key areas that will determine your success
as a new manager: planning, communicating, balancing and learning.
Begins Wednesday, November 1st, 2006 (2nd call on Nov. 15th, 3rd call
on Nov. 29th)
1:00 PM ET 10:00 AM PT
1 hour - Audio Conference
REGISTER AT www.THEPARTNERSHIP.CA and scroll down to the 'Education
Knowing how busy new managers are, the benefit of this course is that
participants can participate from their desks for 1 hour during each of
the three weeks the course is scheduled, with a week off in between
Who Should Participate?
This course is designed for those who have recently moved into a
managerial position or will be during the next 3-6 months, who want a
few key strategies for starting off and staying on the right track. All
new managers should invest the time in full-day intensive learning
events, but these sessions offer an easy way to cover the basics until
time allows for out-of-the-office training.
Key Topics You Will Explore
* Planning: setting short-term and long-term goals
* Communicating: in all directions, clearly and succinctly
* Balancing: especially when most issues are "gray"
* Learning: the #1 skill for all managers
Member: $162.00 + GST
Non-Member: $222.00 + GST
REGISTER AT www.thepartnership.ca. Scroll to Education Institute and
click on this course!
About the presenter.....
Ruth Snowden, principal with J. Chevreau Enterprises, has delivered
hundreds of employee training courses and filled several management and
executive positions in global logistics, most recently as Vice
President, Quality & Strategic Planning with a large US based logistics
service provider. She is committed to "Leading individuals and
organizations to successful change" through facilitated work related
learning. She is an Associate with Dysart & Jones Associates.
"The instructor was very effective in communicating her ideas. She was
friendly and managed to maintain a 'relaxed atmosphere'."
"The ideas were very useful. The information was very "concrete" and
could be applied to everyday situations."
"Ruth Snowden is a very effective communicator who is able to get the
message across in a non-didactic manner."
"I found the sections on what new managers need to know, on making the
transition and on successful politicking to be especially useful,
practical and important."
"I recommend that this course be repeated. It is good."
Developed for the Education Institute by Jane Dysart, founding partner
of Dysart & Jones, Toronto.
The Education Institute, brought to you by The Partnerrship
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