Does your organization’s professional development program offer time management courses?

How is that going for you?

If you’re like a lot of businesses, you’re probably footing a rather expensive bill for such training programs, with the expectation that employees will return with skills for working more efficiently and productively.

Unfortunately, if you’re also like a lot of businesses, you’re probably not seeing the greatest of results.

In fact, I’ve talked to many leaders who find that time management training isn’t having any impact. 

the ceo magazine, leadership qualities,
Evan Hackel, CEO, Tortal Training & Ingage Consulting

I am a CEO, and I have worked with many other top executives during my career. So I speak from experience when I say that this could be the biggest day-to-day frustration many leaders face . . .

“I tell people what to do, but they don’t do it.”

This issue comes up time and time again. It makes being a leader much harder than it should be. 

the ceo magazine, employee engagement,
David Ossip, CEO of Ceridian

Success comes from culture

When I first walked in to our head office in Minneapolis – a beautiful building, with a welcoming reception desk – my first thought was “Oh my, I don’t think I’m going to be allowed into the building.” Hanging behind reception were large flat-screen televisions, one of which listed the company dress code. My t-shirt and jeans weren’t going to make the cut. The office had an environment that seemed to echo the 1960s. The boardroom and executive floor resembled a scene from the television series Mad Men.



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