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Five Earth-Shattering Topics for Management Development That I Learned from My Friends

Wednesday, September 12, 2012 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Lisa Haneberg

Management is management. Leadership fundamentals don't change. Right? Wrong! While some of our longest held beliefs about management and leadership are still relevant, the fundamental skills that all managers will need to succeed in today's business climate are shifting. During this webinar, Lisa Haneberg will share the trends and new topics that your management development programs ought to be addressing. She will share specific examples from several experts whose work is on the edge and pushing our thinking about management forward. This session will be high energy, offer high intrigue, and be highly actionable.

 

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Lisa Haneberg
Lisa Haneberg

Lisa Haneberg is a leadership and management author, speaker, researcher, and consultant with more than 25 years of experience providing executive and management development and training and coaching solutions for organizations large and small. With many books on coaching, management, and leadership to her credit, Lisa has also worked with a number of Fortune 500 companies, and is in the process of completing her PhD in management at Walden University. More information on Lisa and her work may be found on the website of MPI Consulting: www.managementperformance.com; on her website: www.lisahaneberg.com; and at her blog, Management Craft: www.managementcraft.com.


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