seminar series designed for all levels of employees, developed
and facilitated by
primary responsibilities of every person in management
positions are to LEAD, MANAGE AND DEVELOP OTHERS.
few individuals in business, including those in upper management,
however, have ever been exposed to formal leadership
or management training. How, then, can they be expected to most
effectively lead, manage or guide others to reach maximum
performance - - - and retain the best ones as employees?
The cost of ineffective management to businesses is mind-boggling.
Poor managers are an obstacle to employee engagement. The net
effect on business is huge - - - an estimated cost to US organizations
of $450 - 500 billion a year. talentculture.com
of ineffective or wasted time by one $50,000 employee results
in a direct cost of $5,000 to a business.
people leave their jobs because of their bosses. "The
Top 8 Reasons Your Best People are About to Quit - - - "
employee turnover rate for all US industries in 2016 was 17.8%.
costs up to 50% of annual salary to replace an entry-level employee;
150% for middle-level ones; and 400% for those at the highest
do the math for your business.
of properly trained employees
Increased job satisfaction
Better inter-personal and communication skills
Increased efficiencies in processes
Better time management
Reduced employee turnover
Attraction of top-notch applicants
- - - you have highly qualified employees in virtually every position,
all ready for increased responsibilities and advancement.
you spend as little as $300.00 on an employee to gain these benefits?
Myth 1: Training is expensive.
companies see training as an expense rather than an investment.
The cost of non-training is the opposite of the
advantages listed above, plus can result in lost sales,
lost customers and unnecessary constant supervision.
Myth 2: We cannot afford to take our employees out of their
jobs for even one day.
cost of taking one $50,000 employee out for one day of training
costs a company only $192 - - - the same cost as a sick day,
a vacation day or a wasted day.
Myth 3: Employees do not want to sit through training sessions.
employees want to receive training that not only improves
the skills, knowledge, and abilities they need for their current
position, but to prepare them for additional duties and responsibilities
one-day Leading, Managing and Developing seminar covers virtually
everything an employer should want its employees to understand
and strive for, including
of a leader
of a leader
and team building
with difficult people and conflict
much, much more.
levels of management must participate *
of twelve participants per session
materials and lunch included
of Completion awarded
Unless top management understands the concepts being taught to
employees, they cannot properly support them, nor will they be
totally effective. There is a 50% discount for full or condensed
seminar presentations to top management personnel.
Ormsby has over twenty years' experience consulting and counseling
small business owners in leadership, management and marketing. He
has held virtually every sales, marketing and executive management
position with Fortune 500, mid-sized and small businesses throughout
the US. He has been a successful small business developer and owner
for over twenty years. He began developing his own leadership
and management skills early in his career after attending a mandated
management and coaching seminar.
his highly interactive seminars, Ed gives organizations, both
for-profit and nonprofit, the tools to guide employees to their
highest levels of performance.
Listed below are just some of the credentials he holds:
Executive Program, Colgate Darden School of Business,
University of Virginia
Approach to Leadership Excellence, Disney Institute
The Quality College, Philip Crosby & Associates
North Carolina Small Business Center Director, NCSBCN
and Facilitator, Leadership Development Certificate Program,
The Conference Board, New York City
Author, Psst - - - - want to start a business?
500 hours of small business-related continuing education
a Leadership Seminar for your staff today by calling Ed Ormsby
today at 910-315-6284