How Successful Managers Influence Your Organization and Your Bottom Line


Jeff becker
Director of Corporate Learning Solutions, American Management Association
Webinar Details
  • Date and Time
    Tue, Sep 01, 2020 at 12PM Pacific / 3PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
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How do you determine what makes a qualified and competent manager?
  • 1 to every 5 employees is classified as management
  • $1 trillion or 5% loss of GDP is attributed to inefficient management
  • Managers account for 70% of variance in employee engagement

In a time when change is the only constant, and ambiguity and volatility are the norm, managers’ competencies and strategies are of increasing importance as they are the link between the organizations strategy and the people that deliver the results.  It is not enough that an individual’s direct actions are well executed–it is the collective actions of the team that drive success. Equipping managers with a complete toolkit, develops the right level of competence and consistency of application and will lead to better employee engagement, productivity, retention, organizational culture–and results. 

This webcast will provide insight in how to approach and create a standard for recognizing managerial competence within your organization and highlight:
  • The impact that managers can have on the organization’s bottom line
  • Applicable competencies of both the human and business side of management
  • How managers influence behavior to drive the employee experience
  • The effects of the inability to manage and lead successfully lead in today’s environment

About Jeff Becker

Jeff is AMA’s Director of Corporate Learning Solutions and has over 20 years’ experience in sales generation, leadership development, coaching and corporate education. Prior to joining AMA, Jeff worked in human resources, operations and sales where he consulted and developed executive to mid-level management and frontline associates on change management, strategy implementation, and performance management. He is also an accomplished public speaker and has a passion for helping others learn, while influencing behaviors to drive performance.



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