Boardroom Briefing: 3 Critical Mistakes that Undermine the Effectiveness of your Managers and Cost Your Business 

Are you feeling frustrated because you keep relying on your managers and they don’t step up? You know you want to improve the way your managers function, but just don’t have the time or energy to figure out what the problem is or how to fix it. You're doing what has always been done but doubting the effectiveness in this new world of work. The reality is that you, like many other business leaders are unaware of the mistakes you might be making every day with your most important resource: Your People.

And these mistakes are costing you on your bottom line:

  • lost productivity
  • increased absenteeism
  • lack of innovation
  • low customer satisfaction

But there is a light at the end of the tunnel, where you can get the greatest return on investment. And that is by intentionally preparing, appointing, developing and supporting the managers in your organization. Why managers? Each manager is impacting the work-life, home life and performance of on average 5-25 employees (or even more). And research repeatedly confirms that it is managers who hold the secret to individual performance.

So how do you get great managers?

Join in this Webinar: 3 Mistakes that are Undermining the Effectiveness of your Managers and Costing Your Business, and we'll show you how! 

What is a boardroom briefing?

It isn’t a webinar. It is a discussion forum. We’ll share both well-researched findings and heaps of practical experience from the 2 decades working in organizations internally and as a consultant, and now as a business owner. But it is interactive and small. Other participants are senior business leaders, like you. In fact, if you are reading this, but are not responsible for the performance of a business unit or organization, then this is not for you. This boardroom briefing is only for people who have the responsibility to shepherd an organization or business unit.

Seats are limited

There is NO COST to attend this exclusive, online event. Of course, we know that at times emergencies crop up, so it will be recorded and a link to the recording sent to registered participants. We do limit numbers, so as to keep it interactive, so act now.

The agenda for the webinar is:

  • Why poor management is costing you on the bottom line & how to fix it
  • The 3 mistakes business leaders are making and what the impact is
  • The Essential Steps every leader should take to build transformational leaders at every level
  • How you can be a Leader who grows leaders
  • The Return on Investment of GREAT managers

Who are your facilitators?

Photo Brad Merkel

Brad Merkel is a positive and optimistic leader, coach, and mentor who works with senior executives to develop winning strategies, build world-class teams, and drive exceptional business results. In his career as an executive, and now as a strategic advisor, he has always been known for bringing out the best in others.
Brad has more than 32 years of work experience in the energy industry, where he rose to senior executive roles with Imperial Oil and ExxonMobil, leading large, dynamic business units with revenues exceeding $20B. He has strong functional expertise in sales, marketing, finance
and planning, with international business experience spanning North and South America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific.

Angela de Longchamps is a passionate South African who has worked across the world, but choses South Africa to call home. Her 20+ years international corporate experience with PricewaterhouseCoopers and IBM, in HR and as a leadership development facilitator, consultant, learning designer, professional speaker & the very grounding reality of taking her job as mom to 3 teens very seriously, are the foundation for her business Inspired Leadership. She has local and international partners who work with organizations to leverage the Inspired leadership solution with their managers and emerging leaders.


Got questions OR want to attend live?

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