Is employee performance and morale low?
Is your company’s bottom line at risk?
Do your managers lack confidence or skills?

On-site peer learning for your managers can help.

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The Peer Learning Institute PRESENTS “The Power of Peer Learning” Why Peer Learning is the Future of Management Development

The Power of Peer Learning will allow you to get a taste of peer learning and discover its power for developing managers in your organization.

What does The Peer Learning Institute Model© look like?

What do your managers get?

Just-in-time practical management techniques that they can use immediately.
Just what they need: proven management techniques
Just what is a good fit: techniques relevant to your organization
Just when they need it: when they are faced with a management challenge
Just what is practical: techniques they can apply immediately
Just where they need it: at your worksite, so it eliminates the time and cost of travel
Just how they need it: in two 90-minute sessions spaced 2-4 weeks apart

What does your organization gain?

A collaborative management team that responds in an effective and consistent fashion to management challenges.

  • Consistent managerial responses to similar situations
  • Assurance of effective management practices
  • Viable organization-appropriate options for handling management challenges
  • Positive manager/employee engagement
  • Collaboration experience
  • Group and meeting facilitation skills
  • Stronger management relationships
  • Enhanced peer to peer and manager to employee communication
  • Preserved organizational history and culture
  • Responsive change management

Newest Blog Posts

PLI Blog 8-6-18:  7 ways That Peer Learning Groups Develop Managers

“If only HP knew what HP knows, we would be three times more productive.” Lew Platt, Former CEO of Hewlett-Packard Managers have a great deal of knowledge and experience that for many reasons often goes unshared and unrecognized as an important organizational asset. Managers may be unaware of the value of the tacit knowledge that they have accumulated. They may not have opportunities to share […]

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PLI Blog #23: Just in Time Systems Training- Part Two

PLI Blog #23: Just in Time Systems Training- Part Two

In PLI Blog #22, we looked at the problems inherent in teaching a new hire a large number of proprietary  information systems. In this blog, we’ll look at two issues that still need to be addressed. Hopefully, it goes without saying (although I’m going to say it) that ten minutes of practice is definitely not sufficient for the new hires to get comfortable or proficient […]

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PLI Blog #22: Just in Time Systems Training- Part One

PLI Blog #22: Just in Time Systems Training- Part One

Your organization probably has proprietary information systems that some of your employees need to use to perform their work. So, when new hires enter your organization, they need to learn about those systems. They need to learn first, that they exist. They need to learn what they would use each system to do. Then they need to learn: how to locate and log onto each […]

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