Using his experience as a manager, executive, and management consultant, Dwight Mihalicz helps CEOs and Executives maintain the balancing act required to maximize their organizations performance. Using every-day language, he translates complex concepts into meaningful action that clients can apply immediately. He has worked in a broad variety of organizations and situations - solving complex problems in local, national, and global settings. Dwight is the Founder and President of Effective Managers , a management consulting firm based in Canada that provides services globally through a network ........
This webinar can help you understand the key elements of effective managers, and why your most successful people are not necessarily the most effective.
There are a multitude of books available on the topic of managerial success. The literature discusses how to measure and predict success, its motivation, and even its pitfalls.
What is the difference between success and effectiveness? In most organizations, and indeed in most human resources departments, the two terms are often thought of as synonymous. However, the truth is, success is not highly correlated to effectiveness.
Learn why the indicators of success are not sufficient for managerial promotions and the steps you can take to avoid this trap.
Why should you attend?
Managers are often promoted because of competencies that are not related to effectiveness. Both sets of competencies are important, so failure to acknowledge effectiveness results in less than effective people being promoted.
Areas Covered in the Session:
- Successful vs Effective Managers
- Traits for Success
- Traits for Effectiveness
- Fundamental requirements for Effective Managers
- Problem Solving Capability
- Skills and Knowledge
Who can Benefit:
- Directors (Managers of managers)
- HR Professionals
- Owners or CEOs of SMEs.