Management in the
January 16, 2018
2:00 pm EST
(1:00 pm CST)
NAHMA Key People Skills Webinar
This special event is brought to you by NAHMA,
hosted by Rocky AHMA.
Registration Fee: $100
Being a good manager in the 21st century workplace takes more than assigning work and making sure things get done. It requires good relationship skills, creating an environment where everyone can do their best work, and finding creative ways to achieve important goals. We will take a close look at skills and capabilities that will help you become a strong manager. Topics to be covered will include:
Trainer: Brenda Harrington
This session is designed for:
- Developing your management style
- The importance of Emotional Intelligence
- Establishing presence and credibility
- Connecting with direct reports, peers and your manager
- Managing to get results
- Property management staffers
- Corporate or headquarters staff, including regional and district managers; mid- and entry-level managers and supervisors; compliance specialists; HR, accounting and technical staff; etc.
Brenda Harrington, founder of Adaptive Leadership Strategies, LLC, works with private, public and nonprofit organizations to improve performance by helping staff members work with greater agility and expanded leadership capacity. In the past, Brenda served as Executive Vice President, Operations for a large property management and consulting firm. She is a Moderator on the Global Delivery Team for Harvard Business School Publishing (HBP), where she facilitates leadership development courses for HBP corporate clients worldwide. Brenda has received her Certification for Leadership Coaching from Georgetown University, and is also certified by the International Coach Federation (ICF).
This class offers 1.5 hours of continuing education credits
Cancellations: Must be received in writing 5 business days prior to the event to receive a refund less a $25 fee. After that date, only substitutions may be made. NO SHOWS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR FULL REGISTRATION FEE!
Confirmation: If you do not receive an email confirmation of your registration, contact the SAHMA office.
Questions: Call SAHMA at 800.745.4088 or email firstname.lastname@example.org