Tulsa Management Training | Management is Mentorship

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If you are in a position of management then you are, whether you like it or not, in a position of where you are mentoring all of those you are in charge of. At the Tulsa management training, you will have the opportunity to learn the best practices of how to become the best manager on the planet. Clay Staires and his team from The leadership initiative will be hosting this training out in Jenks, Oklahoma on the Riverwalk this Spring. To sign up and reserve your seats, you can go to www.claystaires.com or call 918-798-0852. By calling the number you will be able to talk to one of the team members from the Leadership Initiative.

Management is mentorship because any position of management involves training and mentoring someone into the position that they are in. You are free to show up in whatever capacity you want as a manager, but if you want the best environment and results from your team, you will want to invest in your ability to manage and manage well. Clay Staires and his team will be training on the best practices of management and how to manage well. They will be walking you through their management curriculum that they teach when they are personally coaching clients. These practices are proven to create change in your company, as long as you implement them.

They will teach you how to encourage your staff, handle conflict, hire, fire, how to hold daily huddles, and how you really do need to be micromanaging through a to-do list. Clay will teach you how to create a to-do list for your entire company, how to run and manage the list, and how to delegate different items. The power of the to-do list is life-altering for a management role. Clay and his team will also be educating everyone on google docs and how this is the best program for you and your company to use. Everyone in your company is able to have access to the to-do list, see it at any time, and check what it is that they need to be doing while you, the manager, get to micromanage from afar.

Having a background in ministry, business, and handling hundreds of people, Clay Staires has become a master manager through trial and error. Clay is well aware of the power battle between workers and managers. With clay’s system, you will no longer have to struggle with who is in charge in the company. The tricks and tools that Clay will be teaching on will be revolutionary with your time and people management. At the Tulsa management training, you will learn the power of the to-do list and have your calendar at all times. Mentoring starts with you first getting yourself together so that you can help others.

To attend the Tulsa management training, you will want to sign up online or over the phone. You can go to www.claystaires.com and read more about Clay Staires and the team at the Leadership Initiative. On the site, you will also be able to also watch a video of other managers who have attended the training. You will be able to hear real feedback and be convinced that you want to come. By calling 918-798-0852 you will be able to sign up and save your spot with one of the team members at the Leadership Initiative. They will help you save your seats and answer any questions that you may have. Go sign up and become the best manager on the planet.

Tulsa Management Training | Strategize to Systemize

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Looking for an affordable and helpful way to grow and systemize your company. Clay Staires and his team form the Leadership Initiative will be putting on the Tulsa management training to do just that. If you are a business owner, leaders, or hold any management position, then you are going to want to sign up for this training. You can go online to www.claystaires.com or call 918-798-0852 to save your seats. Don’t wait to sign up because these seats will fill up quickly.

Clay Staires is the owner of the Leadership Initiative. Clay has trained every person on his team and it is without a doubt that you will get the highest quality of training when you attend the Tulsa management training. Clay and his team will be teaching you the best practices when it comes to management, leadership, and how to systemize your company so that it can function without the owner having to be present in every moment of every day. IF you are looking to be free from being in your business every day or just looking to free up more time so that you can do more of what you want to do with your time, then this training is for you.

Clay is a nationally known motivational speaker, well-known business coach, business owner, and entrepreneur who has spoken all of the US. Clay is known for his ability to have everyone in the crowd engaged through is the ability to entertain and teach in a way that is captivating. He comes from a background in teaching, so he has a great practice on how to capture is the audience’s attention. Clay is driven by a passion to help business owners break free from working in their business every day and attaining the freedom that they desire.

When you attend the training, you can expect that you will walk away with a plan to execute once you get back to your company. Clay and his team from the leadership initiative will be giving you every tool that you will need to create systems for everyone in your company to follow. They will start out in the worker level on how to systemize every action that your company needs to do to get accomplished for a specific task. Once all of the tasks have checklists, then you will need to go back and make sure that someone else who has never done that job before can do the task. After you have created a checklist, you can begin to systemize the task so that once you hire on a new hire, they will know exactly what to do.

To sign up for the Tulsa management training, you can go online to www.claystaires.com or call 918-798-0852. When you go online, you will be able to read more about Clay and the team from the Leadership Initiative, watch video testimonials from others who have attended the training in the past, and sign up to reserve your seat for the training. If you prefer to talk to someone over the phone, call that number and someone from the Leadership Initiative will be ready to help you out.

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