Leadership & Management Development
Managers are the single most important factor when it comes to engaging, motivating, and retaining talent. Often times, managers are promoted because they exhibit strong performance as individual contributors, but rarely receive formal management training. This shift can be difficult on new managers because the skills needed to manage others are very different than those needed to be a great individual contributor. The Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development (CPED) can help you design and implement a comprehensive leadership and management development solution that will engage and empower your talent while increasing productivity, retention, and organizational success.
New Manager Development
Today, 60% of new managers underperform during their first two years. Those who don’t leave their positions develop bad habits that stay with them throughout their career. Transitioning an employee from an ineffective manger to an effective one can improve employee performance, engagement, and retention.
Coaching & Mentoring
Coaching plays a vital role in developing and nurturing an organization’s knowledge and human capital. To achieve critical results and remain competitive, your organization should view coaching not only as a means to shape individual performance, but also as a means to build broader organizational capacity.
Executive Leadership Development
Executive Leadership has unique development needs and are open to contributing to the learning of others. These leaders’ greatest development opportunities are often found in perspective, emotional intelligence, and relational skills, which will significantly impact their success.
Developing high-potential managers ensures they’ve practiced the skills necessary to contribute to your organization's growth.
Leadership Assessments provide a focused and practical assessment of what is fostering and hindering your leader’s success.
Managing in Matrixed Organizations
Your managers need to resolve conflicting loyalties and streamline the decision-making process in a matrixed organization.
As experienced talent is exiting organizations, succession planning becomes a critical strategy to ensure stability and continuity.
Join us at the Fluno Center
In addition to our Custom Development Solutions, we offer more than 70 sessions of professional development programs at the Fluno Center in Madison, Wisconsin. These interactive, hands-on courses give your employees the opportunity to practice and develop their skills alongside a community of peers. Relevant courses include:
Instructors with Real-World Experience
Instructors for the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development blend world-class research with practical, real-world experience. Our instructors are hand-selected and continuously evaluated to ensure your modern learners leave the experience with practical skills they can implement immediately.