Course Evaluation Summary

N616 - Leadership Skills for Managers: Managing by Influence
Average participant rating 4.5 out of 5 stars
50 participant evaluations
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October 16, 2018, Manager, Corporate Development, Calgary
This is a great course for persons who are relatively new to a Manager position, or think they could gain some value from honing in on their listening, communication, or managing skills.
May 25, 2017, Petroleum Engineer, Calgary
A very interesting look at communication and you leave with a set of skills on how to improve the way you communicate with co-workers or anyone in your life.
December 10, 2015, Team Lead Financial Accounting, Houston
An excellent course that addresses material most relevant to seasoned and aspiring leaders. Paul Endress does an incredible job of engaging and teaching tried and true concepts in a fresh manner. Thoroughly enjoyed this course!
November 19, 2015, Engineer - Specialist, Calgary
This is a course that successfully instructs on the skills that will enable one relate with others a lot better.
July 22, 2015, Field Supervisor, Houston
This class will help you become a better leader and mentor to others in my work force.
April 8, 2015, Environmental & Regulatory Advisor, Calgary
Overall I was very satisfied with the quality and the course material.
April 13, 2015, Supervisor Drafting, Calgary
The course was very informative. Paul Endress presentation of the material was explained and clear. The material presented was communication, listening, beliefs/values and conflict resolution.
March 19, 2015, Logistics Manager, Houston
We learned techniques to find people’s values and instruction on how to use these to motivate. We also learned how to be more successful at behavior modification through asking questions.
August 7, 2014, Operations Manager, Calgary
course was very informative
August 1, 2014, Student, Houston
Piece is recommended to pursue candidates to convince companies by offering discount price, to bring attendees representing SDIC WHEEL PIE SECTIONS FROM TRADES FOREMAN LEVEL & SUPPORT Personel that balances the outcome & not just from middle & upper management student attendees
May 14, 2014, Production Field Tech, Houston
Great course/very entertaining with real world application
May 21, 2014, Director, Houston
April 23, 2014, Supervisor - Scheduling and Logistics, Calgary
It was helpful..but would like more role playing and interaction on the subjects of dealing with employee's..