Use this bundle to develop your leadership abilities, engage your employees, and identify the skills you need for managerial success. In ACCEL: The Skills That Make a Winning Manager, ATD Research applies its newly developed ACCEL model to examine managerial success. This report will help you understand how ACCEL skills training is delivered and learn what barriers keep managers from effectively exhibiting ACCEL skills. Becoming a Can-Do Leader offers essential guidelines for can-do leadership, providing unique strategies and tools to help you identify your values and provide insight into your natural leadership style. And in Cutting Through the Noise, you’ll learn the various stages of employee engagement and find the engagement strategy that works best for your employees.
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Cutting Through the Noise
Managers are flooded with theories, concepts, and ideas for how to improve employee engagement—but what works, and what doesn’t? This book helps managers cut through the clutter of all those strategies and find the one that works for them.
Becoming a Can-Do Leader
Manage without giving up the work you love and discover the leader within. Conventional management thinking says that to manage effectively you must delegate. It implies that managers fall into a dangerous trap when they continue to perform tasks they love from a previous role. And it says that to not “let go” is to give in to a controlling tendency that robs staff of development opportunities. But not everyone agrees.
ATD Research: ACCEL: The Skills That Make a Winning Manager
The Association for Talent Development (ATD) recently developed the ACCEL model, which defines the five key abilities necessary for success as a frontline manager who directly supervises other employees. Those skills are accountability, collaboration, communication, engagement, and listening and assessing. In ACCEL: The Skills That Make a Winning Manager, ATD Research applied the ACCEL model to examine success in developing direct reports. ATD surveyed 847 talent development professionals about the barriers that prevent managers from exhibiting ACCEL skills, delivery methods for ACCEL skills training, how success in developing direct reports is determined, and if and how success in exhibiting ACCEL skills is recognized and rewarded.