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High Performance Management

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Corporate College has been offering "High Performance Management" since January 1995. We provide this training to a variety of local businesses and industries. Because a number of organizations are represented in this training, you have the opportunity to meet and establish a peer network. This course can be customized to be delivered at your location or one of ours.

During this training we will cover a variety of topics geared toward developing a high performance management approach. Some of these include:

    • Examining the Role of a Manager
    • Effective Communication
    • Communicating Upward
    • Goal Setting
    • Making the Transition to Leadership
    • The Empowered Workforce
    • Establishing Performance Expectations
    • Motivating Employees
    • Assessing Your Leadership Style
    • Time Management
    • Handling Conflict
    • Legal Considerations of Managing
    • Coaching Employees
    • Appraising Employee Performance
    • Taking Corrective Action.
The team at WITCC Corporate College has been a pleasure to work with! Whether it's accommodating our own company training or providing training like High Performance Management, they always deliver!
Joe Ouradnik
Training & Development Coordinator

High Performance Management is highly interactive in nature and designed for both new and veteran managers. The course is extremely practical and utilizes a wide array of learning modalities and tools including: individual and group tasks, case studies, lecture, and experiential activities.

In addition, you will complete an Individual Professional Development Plan aimed at improving your particular management skills and abilities. You may also receive credit hours through WITCC when you successfully complete the course and submit an assigned additional paper.

13 Shocking Leadership Development Statistics

  1. To start, 10,000 baby boomers are retiring each day
  2. And 48% of the workforce will be millennials by 2020
  3. Meanwhile, 67% of millennials are looking for a new job
  4. And of those who stay, 91% plan to stay at their current job fewer than 3 years
  5. Which might be why 84% of organizations anticipate a shortfall of leaders in the next 5 years
  6. Also, 83% of organizations say it is important to develop leaders at all levels
  7. But only 5% have fully implemented development at all levels
  8. And 25% of organizations say less than 10% of critical leadership positions have ready and willing successors
  9. Not surprisingly, 58% of organizations top priority is closing leadership skill gaps
  10. And 43% of organizations top priority is closing gaps across all leader levels
  11. Only 18% of organizations say their leaders are "very effective" at meeting business goals
  12. But only 19% of organizations say they are "very effective" at developing leaders
  13. The bottom line is that more money is spent on leadership development than any other area of corporate training, yet 71% of organizations do not feel their leaders are able to lead their organization into the future.

Please contact us to discuss upcoming classes.

Course Contact

Rebbel Henningfeld
rebbel.henningfeld@witcc.edu
712.274.8733 ext. 3250

Businesses needing to train multiple people should call to discuss customized courses to meet specific business needs.