Leading IT Professionals
- Understand methods and techniques to maximize your organization's bench strength.
- Gain the knowledge required to navigate key roadblocks and challenges related to implementing bench strength initiatives.
A "Knowledge Worker" is best described as a person who works more with his/her mind rather than with his/her hands, uses trained judgment and creativity as part of his/her job, and uses professional expertise and acquired knowledge to perform needed tasks. This, in fact, is virtually everyone in IT.
This Managing Knowledge Workers training class provides unique insights, strategies, and techniques specifically designed to help you learn to lead, manage, and grow the knowledge workers within your IT organization.
- Having the Right Questions, Not All the Answers.
- Making Decisions Using the Knowledge of Others.
- Measuring Output and Outcome, not Process.
- Ideal Knowledge Worker Environment .
- Goal Setting.
- Expectation Setting.
- On-boarding Techniques.
- Giving praise.
- Facilitating employee growth.
- Employee challenges.
- Management Time vs. Knowledge Worker Time.
- Zone-Based Staff Prioritization.
- Multi-Tasking vs. Single-Tasking.
- The Three Parts of Every Job.
- Macro vs. Micro Management.
- Knowledge Worker Marketability Issues.
- Coaching and Mentoring without Topical Knowledge.
Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.