M212 - Hands-on Management: The Critical Missing Piece of Today's Leadership Development

Mon, May 20 | 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM | Room: 204, Convention Center

Are you a talent development professional who runs or facilitates management development programs? If so, don't get left behind! Many of today's managers are finding themselves responsible for managing people and doing significant chunks of functional or technical work. Hands-on managers need updated approaches to delegation, motivation, and performance management. Learn how to augment your existing training programs to address this new reality.

Application on the Job:
Challenge conventional thinking about what managers do and acknowledge the new reality of hands-on managers.
Recognize how traditional management development programs fail to address the most critical, urgent needs of hands-on managers.
Identify new management development approaches to augment current training programs to support the needs of hands-on managers

Type: Education Session

Tracks: Management

Learning Approaches: Innovation/Trend

Topics: Accountability (Performance Management, Delegation, Development Planning), Engagement (Leadership, Guidance, Coaching and Mentoring, Influence, Connection, Recognition)

Target Audiences: All Talent Development Professionals, Director/Manager

Session Services: NOT Recorded

Handout(s): Presentation


Jamie Millard

Jamie Millard

Executive Partner

Lexington Leadership

Frank Satterthwaite

Frank Satterthwaite

Professor of Organizational Leadership

Johnson & Wales University