Management and Leadership Virtual Courses Directory

When onsite training isn’t a viable option, facilitator-led training offered in a virtual classroom format can often achieve a group’s learning objectives. 

Our web-based training leadership and management courses focus on a range of skills managers need to successfully supervise and lead their teams.

These interactive programs are not lecture-based webinars. Instead, they are interactive training sessions and follow best practices in adult learning. During our virtual courses, you can expect to click, discuss, and chat as you solve problems with other members in the class.

Each learning segment lasts between 90 minutes and two hours. And because our programs are instructor led, we’re happy to address any management challenge participants may be facing.

Some of the courses comprise a single segment, and others are multi-session offerings. As with onsite training, these courses are designed for private groups and are run at a time convenient to us and you.

To explore our program overviews, read the short descriptions found on this page, or click on the course links to see the full outlines.

Format Key

  • V – Virtual Classroom Training Course
  • VM – Multi-Session Virtual Classroom Training Course

SHORT PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS

The Leader As Coach: Leverage Feedback for Engagement

Coaching is one of the most valuable skills a leader can master, and it’s also an activity many people find challenging. This two-segment program breaks down the coaching process and provides solid instruction on who, how, when, where, and why to coach. The course covers a range of models and addresses some of the practical skills managers need to engage their teams and hold people accountable for their productivity and workplace behaviors.

Cooperation Conversations: Winning Feedback Skills for Improving Workplace Performance

Help your team grow its ability to confidently and comfortably deliver employee feedback. This virtual classroom course provides participants with an overview of the feedback process, several frameworks they can use back on the job, and time to practice their feedback skills. The program also prepares managers to handle a range of reactions.

Virtual Training Workshops