Manager’s Guide to Eliminating Bureaucracy, Silos, and Turf Wars from the Workplace

MessageThis Webinar is over
Date Apr 12, 2018
Time 01:00 pm ET
Cost $159.00
Online
OVERVIEW
The purpose of this essential leadership skill webinar is to take the mystery and fear out of dealing with employees and groups who hide bad behaviors behind division and playing the ‘Us vs. Them game.’
When employees work together for a common purpose, there is nothing that they cannot accomplish. Yet 80% of a manager’s time is spent dealing with people who won’t cooperate or play nicely with others.
If you, as a leader, want to spend more time helping customers or dealing with strategic issues, then you need to learn how to remove silos and the Us vs. The cultural norms.
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND
Sadly, too many supervisors, managers, and even executives are fearful about addressing employees’ behaviors, which keep the bureaucracy, silos, and turf wars in existence. Once these are set into your cultural norm, this prevailing attitude turns into infighting and a lack of cooperation or sharing. It takes great effort to eradicate these bad behaviors.
The good news is that by taking this session, you will have access to five strategies that, when put into action, will remove turf wars from your team and organization.
AREAS COVERED
Major Topics Covered:
  • Silos and bureaucracy - problems that exist in every workplace and stymie every effort to promote.
  • The high cost of turf wars and silos.
  • Hallmarks of cooperation and teamwork.
  • What day-to-day Interdependence looks like.
  • The case for open and flowing communication.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
This leading-edge webcast provides you with a firm-wide strategy and specific tools and tactics that will dramatically improve the productivity of the accounts receivable function.
Participants will leave with a clear understanding of the easy to implement tools for getting employees to work together in harmony and interdependence.
WHO WILL BENEFIT
Any executive or leader who is responsible for building a corporate culture that fosters cooperation, empowerment, and teamwork. Those responsible include:
  • CEOs and COOs
  • Senior managers
  • Supervisors, Leads and Team Leaders
  • CFOs and Controllers
  • Members of a Board of Directors
  • Business owners
  • Directors and senior managers of a not-for-profit or NGO
  • Business Professionals
 
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