Management Training

Managers operate closely with the labor force, often sharing work space and dedicated to completing the same tasks, though with a different focus. Decisions made by these individuals affect not only the day-to-day lives of workers but can impact the direction of a company and overall production.

Business of People® will explore skills such interpersonal relationships, communicating, handling stress, team-building and time management. Participants also will discover the seven core skills of management and the essence of what it takes to get the most out of their workers.

  • Learn how to wear two hats.
  • Develop a plan for your managed group so they improve over time.
  • Be an agent of change.

Being great at the core skills of management is a must for every manager. Most people take on these roles because they are good at something else — being a great doctor, a great salesman, a great lawyer — then one day, poof! Suddenly they are the anointed manager. Business of People helps that person learn and integrate the core skills that will help them be wildly successful in management.

Roger Dean VP – treasurer, Dollar Tree Stores
“The Business of People experience has enabled me to focus my energy on being a leader in my organization. Before BOP, I thought management was leadership. I now understand my role as a leader and understand how to develop my team and prepare them to be future leaders in the organization. I have learned to support my team and enable them to reach and even exceed their potential. This experience has changed my work life.”

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The 7 Dilemmas of Leadership

The 7 Dilemmas of Leadership


This book examines seven key dilemmas leaders face, looking at each from the inside out. Most leadership books look at leadership from the outside in — that is, at the skills, frameworks and bigger ideas of leadership. Over the course of Norman Shub’s 40 years as a practicing psychotherapist, organizational consultant and developer, he has developed the approach of facing issues not as right or wrong but rather as part of a continuum of possibilities. This book challenges leaders and potential leaders to look closely at how they act in the face of seven common dilemmas.

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    “BOP has made me far more effective as a leader, co-worker and friend. Like language and communication, what I learned from BOP is something I apply almost every hour of every day in work and social environments.”

    Curt Steiner, CEO, Steiner Pubic Relations

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