IMS: Get the Most from Your 'B' and 'C'
Players While Developing Your High Performers
St. John’s has a membership with the Institute for Management
Studies (IMS). That means that you will now have easy access to a
variety of management and professional development topics beyond
our standard curriculum. As an added benefit, we will give one
complimentary seat for each NYC session, on a first come, first
served basis (note: one complimentary seat per person, per year.)
See enrollment policy below.
Enrollment Policy Note: There is a cost associated with IMS
programs. Please ensure your full commitment to attend before
enrolling in an IMS program, including your supervisor’s approval
and coverage in your absence. IMS retains a minimal number of seats
for St. John's University participants, and it is important that
anyone who enrolls is committed to attending as there is
significant cost to the University for last-minute
This program will focus on strategies and tactics for coaching
two key employee groups found in every organization: the
'high-potentials' and the 'B and C' players. High potential
employees have different needs than the B and C players on your
team. This session will focus on how to coach, motivate and develop
each individual on your team for maximum effectiveness.
Participants will learn systems and methods to develop high
potentials for current and future success. We will also analyze
coaching techniques designed to get the most from B and C players.
Attendees will learn how to apply these concepts to engage and
motivate every member of your team.
Date: Monday, October 17, 2011
Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: Cornell Club – 6 East 44th Street –
Event ID: 2025