What is it?

Our Effective Manager Conference delivered in 4 sessions over a period of weeks, virtually using Zoom. One on Ones, Feedback, Coaching and Delegation will be covered as well as how to roll out the Manager Tools Trinity™. A recording of missed sessions will be provided to all absent attendees so they can catch up in advance of their next session.

From Mark Horstman, Co-founder:

You will learn what you need to do and how to do it (in detail) to help you achieve results and retain your team. This is the only management training where people stay afterwards for one to two hours for the Q&A session. It's that good. If you don't agree, we'll give you your money back.

Investment: $800

Includes four sessions, ranging in length (from 1.5 to 2.5 hours), delivered virtually over Zoom. Sessions consist of both content and practice. A recording of missed sessions will be provided to absentees.

What To Tell Your Boss

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RoadMap Access

All attendees will receive access to RoadMap, our tool to help rollout the Manager Tools Trinity™, for a full year post-training to support their activties!

Upcoming Virtual Conferences

*All event times are listed in Eastern Daylight (EDT) or Eastern Standard Time (EST). Some events take place in the evening (PM).
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I had begun using some of the Manager Tools prior to the conference, but since gaining the knowledge and experience provided in the full presentation and practice with O3s, feedback, delegation, coaching, and using DISC to improve my communications, I have made significant improvements in the performance of the HR Department and in the management guidance and support I provide managers throughout the college.

      Read more...Greg Smith

Plenty of actionable lessons and the ability to practice allows us to bring home deliverables the same day.

      Read more...Pier Paolo Massuto

Directs want structure and feedback and a lot of managers are doing a poor job of telling their team what they are doing well and where they can improve. Managers who are struggling to find resources can benefit from this.

      Read more...Andrea Anton