A Curated Leadership Program That Increases Employee Retention, Enhances Communication, and Develops Confident (and Happy!) Middle Managers
What if you could build a team of managers who were excited to:
- Communicate effectively with both upper management and other employees
- Show up to work each day because they enjoy their job and the company culture
- Learn the skills to navigate challenging situations or difficult discussions without defensiveness, f-bombs, or tears
- Listen to understand versus just listen just speak
- Collaborate with other departments easily and effectively, especially in a remote or hybrid environment
- Invest in themselves because your company was invested in them — which boosts their confidence and abilities to manage
- Manage their time and got more work done efficiently without overwhelm, or the feeling like the weight of the world is on their chest
And because of all this, the company’s bottom line increased while your job as a senior leader became easier
(and exponentially more enjoyable).
- High turnover that’s costing your company hundreds of
thousands of dollars every year (did you know that replacing a manager these days typically costs double their salary?)
- Overworked employees who are on the brink of burnout and resignation
- Communication breakdowns that are stalling growth and killing company culture
- The feeling that everyone is constantly “reacting” to
whatever happens to be falling apart on any given day
- Calls from your middle managers who are frustrated and overwhelmed — and you’re unsure how to make things “right”
- Boundary issues, especially with working from home (does the workday ever end?)
As a senior leader, it’s exhausting to feel like you’re spending all day cheerleading, putting out fires, and trying to calm people down.
Some days you might feel more like a therapist than a senior leader — and it’s taking a toll on you.
- The Great Resignation has made finding managers harder than ever. (It’s said that 65% of U.S. workers are looking for a new job.)
- Job vacancies stay open for months on end.
- Supply chain issues are now the “norm.
- Employee handbooks need constant updates to keep up with the changes to HR procedures thanks to COVID.
- A major recession is rearing its ugly head as we enter the last half of 2022.
- Stress and burnout is reaching all-time peaks.
In fact, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, more workers than ever suffer
from stress, exhaustion, anxiety, burnout, and
depression — and it’s no wonder.
Especially because most managers have no formal managerial training.
They were individual contributors who got promoted and are now
just trying to figure it out as they go.
That’s because most management programs are a Band-Aid — not a sustainable or permanent solution to everything I mentioned above.
These programs hand off a plethora of information expecting participants to implement.
No follow-up.| No support. | No accountability.
Your managers end up winging it — and the wear and tear causes cracks within your team.