Managers Matter: Making The Most of Limited Resources to Drive the Most Impact

Tuesday, August 4, 2020 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Lyndsey Karp, Employee Development Strategist, Bridge

Delivering effective training and employee development for your entire employee-base can be daunting, especially with limited or reduced resources. Talent development professionals wonder how to navigate their job responsibilities when they are short staffed, short on budget, and short on time.

Managers are the gatekeepers to your company. Their interactions with their employees greatly influence team engagement. In times of rapid change and a dispersed workforce, developing remote managers with high emotional intelligence and transferable leadership skills is critical to business success.

During this webcast, we’ll discuss the importance of targeting supervisors when your training resources are tight and especially in times of change.

You will learn:

  • Tips for enticing managers to engage with training opportunities
  • Principles for training remote managers to develop high EQ (emotional intelligence)
  • How managers can be most effective in developing engaged employees


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Lyndsey Karp
Lyndsey Karp

Employee Development Strategist, Bridge

Lyndsey Karp is an employee development strategist at Bridge by Instructure. Her mission is to keep the human elements of work alive in an increasingly technological world. She guides organizations through the implementation of employee development initiatives, helps them to solve organizational development puzzles, and coaches them on instructional design and training best practices. She has a background in training and development and holds a master’s degree in adult education and organizational development from Temple University. When she's not training people, she is dedicated to training her rescue dog to be the best-behaved pup at the park (but he still has a long way to go).


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