Are you ready to increase employee engagement and enjoy managing again?
We work with high-potential managers who want to make a difference but end up struggling, frustrated, overwhelmed and on the road to burnout.
If you are like most managers you probably have noticed that management is not as easy, clear or explicit as it once was. The new context for managers is more complex, more difficult and ambiguous. Add to that increased competition along with edgy and combative team members, today, the manager’s job is unpredictable and fraught with challenges. But good managers know too that it is also filled with opportunities to make a difference.
You’ve tried to make a difference but the more complex, difficult and ambiguous locomotive seems to have more steam than you do.
To bring about real change and get on the improvement track, first recognize that trying and stumbling is better than any training workshop. You have discovered some things for yourself and that is powerful.
Now you are ready to begin to show yourself and your team what it means to make each day productive, to use each day to create daily progress and to build long-term momentum. This isn’t about brilliance. It’s about common sense, a disciplined approach, going deeper and investing at the level of cause—addressing the root of these modern-day challenges.
Briefly What You Can Expect
- We combine traditional approaches with cutting edge methods; we instill improvement.
- We don’t just train; we transfer skills, behaviors, beliefs and approaches to benefit managers professionally and personally.
- We improve management practices. We guarantee that you will see improvement.
- Our most successful clients reported a 20% increase in employee engagement and feeling 50% better as managers.
Download our new free report, Management is the New Leadership: How to Create a Breakthrough in Productivity and Engagement
Briefly About Us
Since 2009, Brian Braudis has worked closely with managers–beyond models, flow charts and traditional training and coaching to uncover latent talent and develop deeper insights into the art and craft of management in the 21st century.
Brian gained his deep and wide, 25 years+ experience as a manager working in the trades, corporate America, law enforcement, non-profit and government.
He holds an M.S. in Organizational Leadership and is a certified coach. Brian has worked with, learned and absorbed from some of the best in the management field. He has also served as adjunct faculty teaching graduate courses on leadership and change.
Please browse this website for detailed information on how we help managers uncover and access latent talent, become happier, skillful, more effective, more productive and bring about more profitable outcomes.
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