Leading Your Multicultural Team to Success…One by One!
Would you like your managers to be so skilled at bringing out the hidden potential in others that your turnover rate dramatically decreases while sales dramatically increase?
Did you know that several studies have concluded that employees will stay at a company that pays less than the competition IF they feel that their boss genuinely cares about them?
“Indeed, Allegro’s two-day seminar will and has done wonders in helping Enterprise to maximize its efforts in Recruiting, Retention, Customer Service, Leadership and Growth.” – Shannon Moore, Group Rental Manager Enterprise Rent-A-car
Wouldn’t it be great if your leaders knew how to make each of their employees feel absolutely invaluable?
Would you like your multicultural staff to get promoted all the way to the top instead of sitting on the front lines or quitting?
Wouldn’t it be great if your company could spend less money on recruiting, hiring and training, because your employees couldn’t imagine a better place work?
We’ll teach your leaders to:
- Hone mentoring and networking skills so that all employees are successful and productive, not just those who are immediately identifiable as “the stars”
- Mentor employees that are different from the “majority culture”
- Give “constructive feedback” with full consideration to different cultural and subcultural communication styles and norms
- Make the most of networking opportunities while teaching your employees to do the same
- Utilize our proprietary system for establishing daily mentoring and coaching methods
- Implement mentoring rewards systems
- Distinguish mentoring, coaching and networking while using these tools actively to promote successful associates
- Tap into the potential of each employee and bring out their best
- Establish a standard of excellence that everyone is accountable to uphold
“Everyone knows that mentoring, coaching and networking are necessary tools for employee success. . . or does everyone know? Studies indicate that these tools are not common knowledge cross-culturally. The studies also indicate that for those who do recognize the relevance and importance of these tools rarely know how to use them effectively.”