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How to equip your managers to develop their team members

Join us as we delve into the core competencies required for managers to effectively develop their direct reports and foster a team culture that is both high-performing and aligned with organizational goals.

Recorded on Wednesday, June 5, 2024

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Meet the presenters

Carli Cordes, BizLibrary

Carli Cordes, based in O’Fallon, IL, US, is currently a Manager, Talent and Employee Experience at BizLibrary, bringing experience from previous roles at BizLibrary and Adaptive Solutions Group. With a robust skill set that includes Recruiting, Leadership, Customer Service, Communication, Time Management and more, Carli Cordes contributes valuable insights to the industry.

Dawn Curless, Kallidus

Dawn Curless is the head of content marketing for Kallidus where she gets to create messages that resonate with the L&D audience. She is very happily placed in her role and fully enjoys talking with customers to learn about their challenges and ways to solve them.

What to expect

Setting the expectation

The role of a manager extends beyond traditional boundaries, encompassing not only the development of direct reports but also the cultivation of strong, cohesive teams.

This webinar is designed to help L&D leaders know how to equip managers with the essential skills and technologies they need to excel in this multifaceted role.

What you’ll learn

In this session, we will explore:

  • Strategies for building mutual trust and rapport within teams.
  • Techniques for setting and communicating clear goals that inspire team performance.
  • Insights into the manager’s role in supporting career development.
  • Understanding the predictable stages of development and how to have productive conversations throughout the journey.
  • The significance of aligning learning initiatives with performance goals for targeted employee development.
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