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Developing, Engaging, and Understanding Tomorrow’s Managers

Tuesday, October 30, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Stephen Arntz, Senior Product Manager, Instructure
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Leadership and employee development is a huge focus for organizations, but these programs are typically geared toward executives or focus on the functional role, not the individual. What are companies doing to make sure managers are able to handle the unique challenges their role presents? How do we create and develop learning experiences that both meet the needs of today’s managers and also fit into their unique workflow?

Steve Arntz, senior product manager from Instructure, will introduce forward-thinking strategies that leverage today’s technology to develop skills for managing tomorrow’s workforce.

In this webcast, you’ll discuss:

  • challenges/considerations for manager development
  • strengthening the relationship between managers and employees
  • the role of technology in leadership development
  • what drives managers and the people they manage.
     

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Stephen Arntz
Stephen Arntz

Senior Product Manager, Instructure

Steve has over 10 years of experience building software in various capacities, from inception to launch, and has worked with some of the largest and smallest software teams in the world. He is passionate about the development and growth of individuals, communities, and society, and is especially interested in solving complex problems that require collaboration across disciplines and even between companies. Steve has a knack for connecting the dots between people, ideas, and organizations.


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