Do you have new managers who are great at their job, but have not had a lot of experience leading others? Do your first time managers need a management training program?
Does your staff need more opportunities for leadership skill-building using an engaging and thoughtful learning experience?
For a relatively small investment of time and money, you can build a strong management bench, increase the emotional intelligence and communication skills of advancing leaders while tackling culture and employee performance.
Knowing you have the right people with the right skills, building your teams, setting expectations, improving your company culture, communicating about successes and ultimately driving results.
If time away from work is your concern, our virtual programs make it easy for employees to log on from anywhere and still be engaged and participatory. If you crave life off Zoom, and in-person connection is your jam, than choose our live interactive programs. Both are effective and engaging – the most important piece is getting started.
Bonus: When you partner with us, you support a certified woman owned and led business.
Adaptability in Times of Change
20 Tips for Effective Management
Building Trust by Building Relationships
Creating and Running Impactful meetings
20 Tips for Prioritization and Delegation
20 Tips for Career Success
Leading Remote and Hybrid Teams
Navigating Difficult Conversations
Dealing with Difficult People
Read What Others Are Saying
”LP was effectively able to challenge a group of high performing professionals throughout the off-site session and played an important role in facilitating important dialogue. They invested time and effort in obtaining our personalized objectives, developed tailored content to meet our needs and provide us with a challenging, yet impactful, curriculum by which we could grow and develop. They reminded us of our objectives, consistently reminded us of our duty towards each other and re-enforced the learnings long after we returned to our day job. The team remains a great sounding board for our team and we look forward to working with TLP going forward.”
Emmet Daly |Principal PwC