Course Type: Virtual
Course Code: vMS
Managing Competing Priorities: The purpose of this lesson is to offer Installation Management leaders the opportunity to determine and reflect upon effective and ineffective practices of prioritizing work for themselves and for their subordinates. This virtual workshop will provide techniques that leaders can use to create a more productive workforce and manage competing priorities that lead to a more engaged and less stressed workforce environment. This lesson supports readiness through enhancing Army Civilian’s commitment to provide good stewardship of its resources and personnel. Managing Competing Priorities aligns with the Army Leadership Requirements Model; specifically, the intellect attribute and achieves competency.
Employee Engagement: The purpose of this lesson is to offer Installation Management leaders the opportunity to consciously make efforts to foster employee engagement and to acculturate an environment conducive to organizational success. Supportive and engaged leaders motivate, empower, challenge, respect, and listen to the workforce. Leaders can directly impact the engagement within the organization by focusing on communicating, developing, motivating and empowering their team. This lesson will explore techniques that leaders can use to create a more dedicated and positive workforce. It also supports readiness through enhancing Army civilian’s commitment to provide good stewardship of its resources and personnel. Employee engagement aligns with the Army Leadership Requirements Model specifically the Character attribute and Leads competency.
Strengths Based Leadership: The purpose of this workshop is to introduce Installation Management Leaders to a method of maximizing the efficiency, productivity, and success of their organization by focusing on and continuously developing the strengths of their team. At the heart of Strengths-Based Leadership is the belief that team members have more potential for growth building on their strengths instead of fixing their weaknesses. Strengths-Based organizations don’t ignore weaknesses, but rather, minimize the negative effects of those weaknesses. This workshop builds on the foundation of hiring the Right People using Strengths Finders 2.0 from Managers Workshop I. This workshop supports readiness through enhancing Army Civilian’s commitment to provide good stewardship of its resources and personnel. Strengths-Based Leadership aligns with the Army Leadership Requirements Model; specifically, the intellect attribute and develops competency.
Manager Skills Virtual Workshops
|1||(21-07) TBD vMS07_210401_08 - Virtual||01-Apr-2021 - 30-Apr-2021||08:00 - 17:00 (CT)|
|2||(21-08) TBD vMS08_210503_08 - Virtual||03-May-2021 - 31-May-2021||08:00 - 17:00 (CT)|
|3||(21-09) TBD vMS09_210601_08 - Virtual||01-Jun-2021 - 30-Jun-2021||08:00 - 17:00 (CT)|
|4||(21-10) TBD vMS10_210701_08 - Virtual||01-Jul-2021 - 30-Jul-2021||08:00 - 17:00 (CT)|
|5||(21-11) TBD vMS11_210802_08 - Virtual||02-Aug-2021 - 31-Aug-2021||08:00 - 17:00 (CT)|
|6||(21-12) TBD vMS12_210901_08 - Virtual||01-Sep-2021 - 30-Sep-2021||08:00 - 17:00 (CT)|