Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at Register Online
Starts at 10:00 AM · Ends at 11:00 AM, MST (America/Phoenix)
Answering “why did I become a manager?” is a hard question for many to answer. Generational, cultural, racial, gender, financial - the factors that divide peers are plentiful. Add to that the complexities of the manager and employee relationship, and it seems that being a good, effective manager is not as easy as it sounds. Or has it been the approach to how and who we promote as managers that has been the issue all along?
Join our panelists from General Electric and Mountain America Credit Union, as they share how cultivating future-ready leaders through carefully curated leadership learning pathways and development programs, and how these programs help:
- To understand and define which factors make a good manager, who is able to break down barriers through influence, rather than force
- Remove generational biases to uncover tremendous leadership talent
- To carefully, yet consistently, identify the next generation of high potential leadership cohorts based on prescriptively meticulous guidelines of leaders
- Enable their respective organizations to create a rich environment for ideas, innovation, and drive for success