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Business Training Courses in Vancouver
Make the Most of It
Transitions are times of opportunity, change, and possibilities. Unfortunately, they are also times of vulnerability not only for the newly promoted, but also for the organizations and people behind them. Transition management is key to facilitating all of this smoothly.
Canadian Management Centre delivers seminars to fill the gap between the old position and the new one. Each course presents different ways to ensure employees not only succeed in times of transition, they realize their full potential and deliver results. So whether you are supporting an employee who is stepping up to a new role, building the fundamentals of high potentials or developing the skill sets that ensure success, each seminar will provide the practical and expert knowledge to support you, your employees and your organization.
LeadershipBack to Top
ManagementBack to Top
- Making the Transition to Supervising and Managing Others
- Management Skills for New Supervisors and Managers
CommunicationsBack to Top
" Thank you John for sharing your knowledge, experiences and allowing us to share ours. Invaluable experience! "
Canada Post Corporation
" Jim was a great facilitator and kept the energy level high. The course was fast-moving and applicable. "
" This was very interesting and useful given that is was delivered in the context of real life experiences and the workplace rather than approaching it from a theoretical point of view. "
" The small size of the group allowed us to move through material quickly and still have good discussions. "
" What I liked most about this course was the instructor because she made what can potentially be perceived as "fluffy" material very interesting by way of how she delivered the material. She used good examples and due to her vast experience in the field (and in delivering such courses, I'm sure) she was able to spontaneously come up with good suggestions as to how to handle specific situations the class questioned her on. "
" Course material was very organized and easy to read. It will be a good resource in the future. The course leader was very knowledgeable and personable. "
" Networking with other financial professionals provided valuable information and insight into specific issues and suggested resolutions. In addition, information on web sites and other information resources was helpful. "
" I found the course interesting and progressive in its approach to explaining a fairly dry topic. "
" I have learned how to be effective at leading my first meeting with my staff: communication, motivation and decision-making. "