When you have strong leaders, you have a strong company.

Diagram showing different levels of leadershipCommunispond offers a series of interrelated programs designed to develop a leader’s understanding of the impact that different management styles have on team performance and strengthen abilities to diagnose causes of non-performance, take action to improve results, conduct successful individual and team coaching and development, and more effectively communicate in workplace conversations and formal performance assessment reviews.

15-20% of the variance in a company's performance comes down to leadership.

Program Summary

(1 day) Influencing the discretionary effort and loyalty of employees is highly dependent on the leadership and performance management skills of supervisors and managers. This requires a proactive strategy for exercising performance management practices. Today, many employees suffer from unclear expectations, vague priorities, inconsistent feedback and performance monitoring, unclear and unspecific direction, and untimely and ineffective correction for performance errors. With the popular, but misguided approach, of avoiding micromanagement allegations and being an ‘empowering’ manager, employees often receive a ‘hands-off’ approach. This interactive program provides critical skills for implementing routine tactics for managing performance. Participants learn to put structure into their management practices and put 7 pragmatic principles for effective performance management and execution into play in their daily routine.

In an online poll of 642 people, 87% say they left their performance review without a plan for how to better meet their managers' expectations.

A quick overview of Permission to Manage™
Program Outcomes

Company Outcomes:

Participant Outcomes:

  • Creates a culture of accountability.
  • Increased engagement by motivated employees.
  • Higher productivity.
  • Higher retention.
  • A magnet for high-quality candidates.
  • Develop a consistent operating rhythm for his/her leadership and management practices.
  • Learn how to leverage his/her time effectively in a leadership role.
  • Learn how to gain alignment with employees that fosters high performance.
  • Understand how to develop and maintain personal initiative and personal responsibility in employees.
  • Develop a performance accountability method for sustained performance.
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