Self-Management Training

Managing the “how” has more impact on people and results than anything else.


  • Managing how we spend our day
  • Managing how we get things done
  • Managing how we treat people
  • Managing how we approach problems and situations
  • Managing how we value others

“We have made a mistake by thinking that the way to value somebody is by the number of hours they put in instead of the value they generate. If you hold them accountable to generating a certain amount of value, and you measure them by the value you create, then you are shifting the focus to what really matters.”
-Tony Schwartz, CEO, The Energy Project



Establishing Personal Credibility


Trust is the foundation of teamwork. People, who cannot trust each other, cannot effectively work toward a mutual purpose. Learn how to strengthen your personal credibility and how that impacts the level of trust within your team.

Just Say No


People fail to say no because they don’t want to stress the relationship they have with others. Instead, many sacrifice their own interests and accommodate. Continued accommodation may build resentment and result in a NO that is hurtful. For many, avoidance is the answer until problems rise to a crisis level. Supervisors will learn how to master their ability to communicate a NO that strengthens relationships.


Responsible Communication


Are you approachable? Do you focus your energy in areas you can influence? This program offers you an opportunity to reflect on how others may perceive you. Understand how your perception of others is influencing their behavior toward you.


Conflict and Confrontations


Based on Patrick Lencioni’s The Five Dysfunctions of a Team and Paterson, Grenny, McMillian and Switzer’s Crucial Confrontations, this program can be a one-hour overview or a forty-hour workshop.
Learn how to redirect personal conflict and find out what the real issue is. Well-designed confrontations can improve trust, morale and performance.

Time Management at Work


Structure your time at work by understanding your position’s purpose, and supervisor’s values. Learn how to create space and how to respond to interruptions. Based on Covey’s First Things First and David Allen’s, Getting Things Done, this fast-paced program provides procedures to follow to gain control.


Aligning Your Life


True time management is about visualizing your dreams, understanding your goals and making choices that are aligned. Time is more valuable than money. Learn how to make time for what is important to you.

“Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.”
– Mahatma Gandhi



Contact Nora at nora@managepeopleright.com or 219-873-1735 today!