Did You Just Get Promoted to Management?

Let’s be honest.  Being a manager can be a tough job.  You were promoted because you were great in your role.  Now you have a group of employees – who used to be your peers – looking at you for all the answers.

If you want to learn to be an effective manager then our training and coaching program is for you!

We’ve worked with thousands of leaders. Our proven training and coaching program will provide you with the skills and tools to become a more effective manager.

irritated boss - website

Learn to Become a More Effective Manager!

Our Management Training Program Will Help You Learn How to Become Better at . . .

    • Managing your people

    • Understanding all those people challenges

    • Building productive relationships with your team

    • Having productive conversations with staff

    • Coaching to improve performance

    • Leading your team through change

Our Management Training Program Starts Soon

Our next program starts the morning of March 17th. Each class runs from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm on the following dates. March 17, 24, 31 April 14, 22, 29 May 5, 12 Classes are held at the Albany Colonie Regional Chamber of Commerce on Computer Drive in Albany, NY.
Click to see a 2 page brochure summarizing the program (PDF)
Click to see a full program description (PDF)
The cost for the program is $1,995 and includes all costs for training, coaching sessions and materials.

Bridge The Gap in Management Training

The Gap in Management Training

On average, a leader takes on their first management role at the age of 28 and receives their first management training class at the age of 42.

 To lead well requires insight to and development of your leadership style while learning and adapting key management behaviors to build one-on-one relationship skills.  Our program combines dynamic class room instruction, situational coaching and interactive sessions to provide emerging leaders with an environment and opportunity to learn.  You’ll Learn About . . .

  • Clarifying the role individuals play as managers and leaders

  • Improving management communications

  • Building mature relationships with employees and peers

  • Practicing coaching skills for improving performance

  • Leading and motivating teams