NetSpeed Leadership: Management Training that Makes a Measurable Difference

Leading at Net Speed

NetSpeed Leadership provides the following module to help managers at all levels learn the difference between managing and leading and learn the key attributes of successful leaders:

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In this module you will learn how to:
  • Identify the challenges to leading effectively at net speed
  • Understand how the five leadership guidelines can help you stay balanced
  • Plan for ways to apply the five leadership guidelines to your current priorities

Length:

3 hours of in-person classroom instruction or 90 minutes of web conference instruction, followed by a series of web-based reinforcement tools.

Purpose of this module:

To help you keep your team on course in the face of shifting priorities, unpredictable challenges, and unending change. To provide a framework for keeping your balance as a leader. This course is the foundational course upon which the entire NetSpeed Leadership curriculum is built.

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Our Blended Approach to Management and Professional Skills Training

Each NetSpeed Leadership module begins with a three-hour classroom session, led by a certified NetSpeed facilitator (either an external trainer or an internal trainer who has been certified to deliver the course). Each class is followed by a series of online reinforcement tools to reinforce, extend and apply the learning to actual on-the-job challenges. Finally, NetSpeed Leadership provides a web-based measurement tool so your training manager can track and evaluate the impact of the training on employee performance.

About NetSpeed Leadership

NetSpeed Leadership meets the learning needs of managers, supervisors, and individual contributors in small to mid-sized organizations. Our programs blend interactive instruction techniques with online reinforcement tools to extend learning beyond the classroom. With this holistic approach, our clients quickly launch programs, train participants, reinforce skills, and measure the impact.