A cross functional organization is one where multiple reporting lines exist. This may involve direct line or indirect reporting to one or more individuals.
At their best, cross functional structures can be creative and high performing. At their worst, they can be a confusing labyrinth of changing players who lack accountability. The skills and behaviors needed to make management a success require a new emphasis on exceptional people skills and methods for influence.
Oct 07, 2020 (8:30am-3:30pm)
Click here to download a PDF program brochure including an overview, benefits, facilitator information and other program details.
This one-day program will address:
Employees at all levels who need to effectively influence others in order to achieve personal, team, and organizational goals.
Participants will walk away with these skills:
“I have never been so engaged in a training program! I am going to suggest this program to use at my agency’s retreat. The facilitators were fantastic! Everyone at all levels of my organization can benefit from this course.”
“With the negotiation techniques I learned in this program, I will be better equipped to handle conflicts. Overall, I think this program will definitely help me be a better manager, which will ultimately result in a stronger more effective team.”
“This is the best program—EVER. And I work in sales training. The facilitators were great and their experience and perspective from ‘outside’ the business world was new, refreshing, and I would even say, more valuable.”
— David, Cisco