Region 10 Offers Leadership Training to Area
Successful businesses know the importance of investing in high performing employees and moving them into leadership roles within the company, but few business owners actually know how to develop leaders. Region 10’s Small Business Resource Center is hosting a three-day leadership training on Thursday and Friday, April 13th-14th and Friday, April 21st. The training will take place at Region 10’s office, located at 300 Cascade Avenue in Montrose. The cost is $395.
Leader Effectiveness Training (L.E.T.) is for businesses looking to develop individuals and more engaged, high performing teams. Created by the Gordon Training International, this training will show managers how to increase personal and team productivity, spend less time on “people issues”, and dramatically increase team collaboration. Companies cited on “Best Places to Work” lists like Fortune 100 companies and best places to work in Colorado use this training as a foundation for great employer/employee relations.
“This training is essential for managers,” said certified L.E.T. trainer and human resources consultant Dave Knutson, who has been facilitating L.E.T. trainings for 25 years. “It builds strong working relationships and reduces employee turnover… because people don’t leave companies, they leave bad managers,” he added.
Participants will learn how to:
- Clearly identify problem ownership;
- Apply active listening skills to create effective solutions;
- Avoid communication roadblocks that interfere with problem solving;
- Practice constructive confrontation that results in lasting behavior changes; and
- Recognize approaches to conflict and apply true win-win approaches.
Knutson brings 30 years of leadership consulting, coaching, and training in the private, nonprofit, and local government sectors. Designated the Human Resources Professional of the Year by the Western Colorado Human Resources Association, he has also been awarded the Pinnacle Award, The Society of Human Resource Management’s highest level of recognition in the profession, and the national Workforce Readiness Award.
“While Region 10’s Small Business Resource Center provides consulting services and training opportunities for small businesses, it is our goal to expand services by providing second-stage and growth businesses with access to essential trainings that only larger, more established businesses have access to. L.E.T. is one of those opportunities,” said Nancy Murphy, director of small business development. “We’re thrilled to be able to offer training of this caliber at this price to area businesses.”
Normally priced at $1695, this training is available for only $395. Limited space is available. To register, go to https://r10-let.eventbrite.com. For more information about the workshop, contact Nancy Murphy 970-765-3130 or email@example.com
What participants say about L.E.T. training…
“I have been through so many training courses and nothing was as comprehensive and practical as L.E.T. Bank employee
“For the first time in my life, I can honestly say that every minute of this course was worthwhile. It went above and beyond my expectations. The trainer fostered a supportive, fun and collaborative environment. The materials and structure are perfect. This class is phenomenal!”
W.L. Gore & Associates
“It was fantastic. It challenged my perceptions of many leadership and communication philosophies and it [L.E.T.] won me over.”
Electrical Engineering Manager, Esterline Technologies
“I was very impressed when I initially went through the L.E.T. training. It was by far the best leadership communication training that I have been through in my 30 year career.”
Human Resources Specialist
Great training for anyone who supervises and provides valuable skill building opportunities. Best training I have been to in 12 years with the State of Maine.”
State of Maine, Department of Human Services