TRINING PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PROFESSIONALS
Convening peer leaders at critical points in their careers
Executive Programs bring leaders from multiple organizations together for in-person learning, exploration and development. Our programs are designed for specific tenures, including CEOs and Boards, Seasoned Leaders and Emerging Leaders. We combine the best of Mission Means and external experts from industry and academia to share cutting-edge insights and tools. To ensure high-impact learning, most programs are by invitation only.
For Young Professionals
“The opportunity to learn from peers and a seasoned Managers”
- Management Forum participant
Goal Setting is a popular and effective course for any trainer’s toolkit, as establishing and achieving goals is a hallmark of success in life. This one-day workshop gives trainers access to activities and theory to help people understand how to turn their dreams or wishes into reality. At the end of this training workshop, participants will be able to identify what’s truly important to them personally and professionally; use goal setting activities and appropriate language to articulate what they want out of life; use motivational techniques to help them reach their goals; understand how to deal with setbacks, and more.
Employees who feel valued and recognized for the work they do are more motivated, responsible, and productive. This one-day Motivation Training: Motivating your Workforce workshop will help participants create a more dynamic, engaged, and energized workplace as they learn how to motivate employees. Every employee is motivated by different things, and acknowledging what motivates each person individually is important in strengthening their connection to their employer and workplace — a connection that will pay off in numerous positive ways. In this course, learn about: what motivation is; common motivational theories and how to apply them; and how to create and maintain a motivational climate.
Sales is an exciting and dynamic profession, where highly trained and sophisticated individuals engage with customers and rise to the top of their sales teams by being honest, trustworthy, and competent. In this one-day advanced sales training course, participants will learn sales techniques and skills to increase their results by identifying needs and persuading potential customers to do business. They’ll also achieve the following objectives: How to apply customer focused sales techniques How to use goal-setting techniques and strategies as a way to focus on what they want to accomplish How to use success techniques to get the most out of their work How to understand productivity techniques to maximize use of time How to identify ways to find new clients and network effectively.
“Great dialogue, ideas, and provocative discussion..”
Creative Thinking and Innovation
It’s not uncommon to hear people claim that they aren’t creative. The reality is that most of us simply don’t recognize the ways that we’re being creative on a daily basis. Whether it’s stretching a tight budget at work or deciding who to invite to a project launch, there is a great deal of creativity involved in achieving success in business. Boosting creativity and innovation takes practice, and honing creative skills is a process. This two-day training Creative Thinking And Innovation course will teach participants how to: Recognize their own creativity Develop their own creative environment Explain the importance of creativity and innovation in business Apply problem-solving steps and tools Use individual and group techniques to help generate creative ideas Implement creative ideas.
Business Writing That Works
Good writing is the memo that gets action and the letter that says what a phone call can’t. In business situations, most of us will have to write, whether this involves emails, proposals, memos, or letters. And in business writing, the language needs to be concrete, the point of view clear, and the points well expressed. With practice and coaching from this course, you can feel more confident about your own writing. This two-day workshop will give you the tools to become a better writer, with lessons that include: the value of well written communication; how to write and proofread your work; making your writing clear and concise; how to apply these writing skills in real world situations; paragraph structure, tone, and syntax specifics; formatting memos, letters, and emails for different professional settings.
Customer Service Training: Critical Elements of Custom
The need for leading, promoting, and enhancing a customer-focused culture is essential within every organization. This one-day Customer Service Training: Managing Customer Service workshop will provide participants with an opportunity to explore their responsibilities within their role as a leader, supervisor, or manager in a customer service environment. As participants discuss the various skills and techniques, they will draw from their own personal and varied experiences to share elements of reward and challenge.
Time Management-Get Organized for Peak Performance
Time Management is an ideal training course to add to your training repertoire because people who have too many things to do and not enough time to get them done, will want to take it. This one-day courseware program will teach participants to develop skills that include how to organize themselves and their workspace for peak efficiency; how to set and achieve goals; how to identify what’s important and create action plans to get things done; and, how to delegate properly.
Building Relationships for Success in Sales
If your trainees are in the business of sales, then they are in the business of building relationships. In this course, participants will discover that the business of all sales professionals is making friends and building relationships, no matter the size of the company or the type of market. This one-day Building Relationships for Success in Sales training course will help you teach participants: The benefits of developing a support network of connections.
Body Language-Reading Body Language as a Sales Tool
Our body language can help to reinforce and add credibility to what we say, or it can contradict our words. Understanding what signals you are sending, as well as being able to read the signals that your clients send, is an essential skill in sales. Trainers who offer Body Language: Reading Body Language as a Sales Tool will help participants capitalize on these techniques. This one-day training course will help participants learn about body language and apply that knowledge to improve communication.
“No hyperbole—this course has been transformational for me.”
- Mission Means Program Participant
Managing Pressure and Maintaining Balance
Building your self esteem and assertiveness skills
Comprehensive capability building programs that address the organization’s most critical needs, including leadership development, digital, growth and other transformations.