A.Change management -- working with departments, committees and other groups to help them plan and implement significant changes in their organizations such as work reorganization or moves and space changes.
Change management is a set of ideas, strategies, and skills that can be applied to engage change effectively. These may be applied
B.Group problem solving -- helping a group identify a key issue, gather information about it, and outline decisions or action plans needed to address the issue.
Retaining and Developing the Workforce- Looks at the manager's role in development planning and conducting development discussions. It includes tips on understanding the development needs of different generations in the workforce.
Learning and Development Strategies - Helps managers identify learning opportunities in the workplace including training, peer learning, and on-the-job assignments.
C.Talent Management and Workforce Planning - Provides an overview of how to manage talent by conducting a department needs assessment and inventorying the workforce capabilities in the department.
Meeting Design is the deliberate act of planning and preparing for meetings ahead of time, which follows a process and includes certain key elements. Meeting Facilitation is the conscious act of guiding the meeting process so that it stays on course, to make sure everyone participates, and to reach the agreed-upon meeting goals.
Teams share a commitment to a common purpose, mission and goals and work in an environment of mutual accountability. Successful teams develop effective group process, using ground rules and norms to promote effective interpersonal communication. Teams go through recognizable stages of development, with distinct characteristics in each phase. Every project group or work unit is not a team.