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Because helicopter management should never be an option.


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Posted on Jul 24, 2020

Remember when you used to daydream about working from home pre-COVID days? Now that you’re working in your pajamas on the daily, you probably have thought about how naive it was to think telecommuting is easy-breezy. Newsflash: it definitely isn’t given how hard it is to draw the line between work and play. It’s extra challenging when you’re a manager and the pressure is on your shoulders to keep up the team morale and serve as a personal cheerleader to help everyone remain productive.

If you feel like you’ve run out of tricks in the book, you can rely on the Ultimate Leadership & Stress Management Bundle to help you maximize the effectiveness of your team. Comprised of nine courses instructed by experienced leaders, this package of instructional content is designed to give you the lowdown on how to drive your organization to success.

From stress management to better communication to leadership, it leaves no stone unturned when it comes to teaching you how to be a more effective coach during this trying time. You’ll learn how to tackle stress and build resilience, develop a time management plan that you can implement across the team, and discover tips on how to be a better communicator. You will also get to grips with the proper ways of motivating your team (helicopter management should never be an option), as well as interpersonal skills that can help you with dealing with different kinds of people.

By the time you finish all courses, you’ll be better equipped to lead your team to success. You can probably even expect a #1 Boss Mug present from your team come Christmas time. For a limited time, you can snag the bundle on sale for only $39.99.

Price subject to change. 

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*First Published: Jul 24, 2020, 9:29 am CDT