For the third consecutive year, ELFA engages Lynda Jackson to facilitate the Annual Future Leasing Leaders Institute.
For four days the leasing industry's top managers deliberated issues; developed competitive strategies for profitable growth; discussed concepts and philosophies with the industry's current leaders; shared management best practices; and participated in a leadership and communications workshop.
Twenty-seven District Sales Managers completed this three-day sales negotiation practicum.
Work groups adapted the concepts to their specific selling situations; results were immediate.
The Series equips leaders with communication and presentation skills that garner the confidence, trust and support of those they lead, influence, mentor and serve.
Concepts and techniques are presented in familiar context so they can be easily understood and immediately implemented.
The learning professionals at Corporate Learning Systems specialize in creating client-specific courseware from a wide range of content modules designed to develop functional, interpersonal, tactical and character competencies.
Increase profits and productivity. Increase employee satisfaction. Reduce stress in the workplace. Give your workforce the knowledge to leverage their natural differences in personality type.
Using the Myers Briggs Type Indicator instrument and C.G. Jung's theory of psychological types, a certified MBTI® professional can show how differences in experiencing events and making decisions can be valuable rather than divisive, and can be used constructively to promote personal development; manage conflict; and increase human understanding.
Contact us today to discuss a custom program for your group.
Statistical and anecdotal references persuade participants how their appearance, behavior and conversation will determine their success. They learn what works . . . what works against them; and why.
Essential elements of effective leadership communication are: clarity; consistency; candor and cooperation. Each is explored through open discussion, case study and practical application.
Diversity within a group is a functional advantage. Through discussion of personality types and predictable behavior, leaders learn the value of versatility.
The session concludes with the reasons volunteer mentoring should be a top priority for all leaders.
Participants work though the six steps of creating a powerful presentation: defining the objective; profiling the audience; facilitating an idea dump; creating a story; creating graphics; and drafting the “audience grab”.
They learn how to use various flow structures and how to create graphics that enhance – rather than distract from – their presentation.
They learn how to physically and mentally prepare to speak publicly and discover ways to control stress prior to and during a presentation.
This is a one-and-one-half day practicum. The first day the participants progress through the Six Steps. The second day they make their presentation to the group. The audience critiques the presentations and each participant receives their critique on a no-name basis.
Helping clients determine and implement the most efficient processes for every aspect of their business cycle.
Organizing and facilitating strategic planning sessions. Stakeholders, with the help of industry experts, create a business plan around market conditions, challenges, external and internal impediments, voluntary and forced limitations, competitive forces, opportunities, growth targets and profit objectives.
Operational documentation. As clients grow, the documentation of electronic and manual tasks is often neglected. Performance improvement professionals can map a documentation initiative that delegates tasks, monitors production, edits content and insures that all functionality is properly documented.
Standardized promotion criterion elucidates expectations and reduces the risk of discrimination allegations and biased decisions. Utilize the best practices knowledge of CLS to help establish your promotion criterion.
Learning management encompasses every aspect of an organization’s human resources development. It involves the formation, facilitation, evaluation and monitoring of all learning. Effective learning management leverages the collective skills and knowledge of the organization’s entire workforce. CLS will help you select the right Learning Management System for your company.
CLS helps companies create career pathing architecture that is consistent, yet adaptable to variables within the workforce.
Identify what individuals should assume the WLP roles. Do those who perform key WLP roles (manager/ analyst/ selector/ developer/ facilitator/ change leader/ evaluator) fully grasp all aspects of your business: strategies; operations; economics; market trends; competition? Through best practices knowledge and intra-company interviews we identify the most qualified candidates to support WLP initiatives.
The competency matrix CLS will help you develop will eliminate the subjectivity of role qualification and drive workforce initiative.
Multi-media Learning Architecture
To provide every learner the opportunity to gain knowledge at a time most convenient to their personal schedules, we help companies establish a media-diverse learning library; including: