The transition from star player to team coach is a tremendous leap. All too often new managers are thrown into challenging circumstances with limited support and resources. With the move to virtual environments, managing is more stressful than ever before.
During this program, Dr. Woodward will share the latest research on what makes a successful manager. Learn proven techniques for developing self-insight, building trust and fostering psychological safety. This program blends rich content with individual exercises and group discussions.
I loved how this IMS program effectively blended an interactive lecture with engaging individual exercises and group discussions. I will be able to use a great deal of this in my workplace.
Dr. Michael Woodward is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Executive Coaching at New York University (NYU) where he leads the Master of Science program in Executive Coaching and Organizational Consulting. As a consultant and professional coach, Dr. Woody works with both private and corporate clients on building management and leadership capacity. He is the author of the Amazon.com top selling job book The YOU Plan: A 5-step guide to Taking Charge of Your Career in the New Economy. Dr. Woody has also published award-winning research on teamwork titled Cooperation and Competition: The Effects of Team Entrainment and Reward Structure.
Dr. Woodward has appeared on TODAY Show, LIVE w/ Regis & Kelly, Fox & Friends, and CNN among many others. He has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Miami Herald as an expert on workplace issues. He has worked with management and executive level clients at such organizations as: Bacardi USA, SAP, Sugar Foods Corporation, and Department of Homeland Security. Prior to founding HCI in 2005, Dr. Woody served as a management and human resources consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting (PwC).
Introduction: What Makes an Effective Manager
The Values Compass - How your values guide your decisions
The Trust Factor - Establishing and creating a team bond
Commitments to Action