Managing with Labor's Values - Parts 1 & 2 (LB540)
Can you be an effective manager while staying true to the values of the labor movement? Not only is it possible to manage staff without compromising on values, it is critical that managers at unions and social justice organizations get the training they need to become effective leaders and make the best use of limited resources. Through the Managing with Labor's Values - Part 1 (May 9-10) & Part 2 (June 6-7) workshops, participants learn techniques for helping their staff succeed, keep staff accountable and respond appropriately to common staff management issues while honoring the values of the labor movement.
Key Topics & Outcomes
- How managing in a union is unique
- Get the best out of staff without being a “boss”
- Assessing & adjusting management style to specific situations
- Dealing with different behavioral styles
- Giving effective feedback, coaching
- Prerequisites for accountability
- Understanding what makes accountability difficult
- Preconditions for accountability
- Tools for accountability
- Reporting systems
- Accountability meetings
- Performance improvement plans
- Maintaining accountability
Approach & Features
This two day workshop which is part of a series will include short presentations, case studies, small group work, group discussions and role play. Participants will have an opportunity to discuss real challenges they face with peers in the workshop. This workshop is open only to leaders and staff directors with significant supervisory/managerial responsibilities who are based at labor unions or social justice organizations.
Although it is possible to register for Part 1: Helping Your Staff to Succeed (May 9-10) and Part 2: Building Accountability (June 6-7) individually it is highly recommended that participants register for both workshops using this page at a discounted rate of $1600 (an $1800 value). For more information about this workshop please contact Kim Cook at 212.340.2824 or email@example.com.