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Sure, company culture, flexibility, available tools and technology influence employee performance, but what tops the list is management effectiveness. If you’ve ever worked for poor management, you probably remember being frustrated, dissatisfied, and unmotivated and you’re likely not working for that company any longer.
With small business challenges being what they are today, you can’t afford to be performing less than optimally. Most small business owners don’t have a business management degree, but rather a talent, experience, and a passion for what their business does. Being a skilled manager may not be something that comes naturally but it’s certainly something that can be learned.
Please join us as leadership coach and trainer Abbey Louie shares some common management missteps to avoid and how to get off on the right foot with your employees.
About Our Subject Matter Expert:
Abbey Louie is a leadership coach and trainer with more than fifteen years of experience in leadership and team development, including over a decade at The Boeing Company where she managed global talent development programs. She believes that the strongest organizations are those in which employees feel connected to each other and to their work—so, she helps leaders build that connection through uniquely designed training, coaching, and facilitation.
Along with her consulting work, she's the founder of The Management Essentials, a training program for new managers, and an instructor at Boise State University, where she helps undergraduate engineers grow in their leadership and communication skills.
This workshop is offered for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal or other professional advice. Consult with an attorney or other professional concerning your own needs and circumstances. The views and opinions expressed by the speaker are not necessarily those of Zions Bank®, its parent or affiliates. Zions Bank is a division of Zions Bancorporation, N.A., Member FDIC.