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Skills for New Managers Time Management3:12
Skills For New Managers Activity Log2:34
Skills For New Managers To Do List1:55
Skills For New Managers Interruptions1:15
Skills For New Managers Procrastination3:16
About This Class
Have you ever uttered the words “Today just flew by”, or “There aren’t enough hours in the day”? There are still 24 hours in a day. The question really is….Do you think you spend your time wisely? Managing your time can seem difficult at times. You have so many demands on your time. This course provides tips and techniques on how to manage your time more effectively.
Barb has spent her career in training, development and motivation. She effectively translates her experience and expertise with pragmatic presentations and hands-on recommendations. As an experienced entrepreneur and business leader, she understands the connection between product development, marketing, training, sales and customer care. Barb provides insight and training on the critical skills to reach company goals and objectives. Her training includes a focus on the relationship between departments for the communications and cross-team collaboration necessary for a successful organization to grow.
Over her professional career, Barb spent many years as a business owner as well as providing solutions to small and medium size businesses. Barb provides leadership and delivers results to support strategic goals and company values. She brings versatile and diverse training: leading in the classroom, facilitating subject matter expert presentations, personal coaching, group and one-on-one mentor-ships. Barb is a strategic partner to senior leadership, providing learning and development support across all levels and functions.
• Management Training
• Sales Training
• Team Training
• Customer Service Training
MBTI Certified Practitioner (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator)
"I am passionate about helping people be a better version of themselves. To train, encourage, coach, create excitement, motivate and INSPIRE an individual towards their own success is the most rewarding of experiences." - Barb