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Did you know, a bad manager can
cost your organization:


According to GALLUP, disengaged and underperforming managers cost the US Economy up to $398 billion each year! GALLUP Also found that 70% of the variance in team engagement is determined solely by the manager.

Manager’s affect all aspects of your team including quality of work, innovation, collaboration, productivity, employee wellbeing, revenue and profit, and stakeholder safety.

The top challenges of being a manager according to surveys conducted by organizations like GALLUP and Forbes are:

  1. Unclear Expectations

  2. Heavy Workload & Lack of Preparation

  3. Job Stress and Frustrations

  4. Frustrating Performance Reviews Process


So, how can we help?


Our program addresses the top challenges listed above and seeks to eliminate the negative impacts of a bad manager. Investing in effective management training for your employees can have both tangible and intangible payoffs for your company.


Why the GO-HR Manager & Supervisor Training


This program was developed through hundreds of hours of research and development combined with decades of “boots-on-the-ground” experience from HR experts, attorneys, and business gurus. We created this program because we heard loud and clear from clients and their managers that they want more resources and training to protect the company and lead their teams. Our well-rounded virtual program includes:

  • Over 24 hours of live, interactive training focused on management best practices and building a people-first culture that protects and uplifts the company.

  • Structured micro-coaching to enhance the learning experience. 

  • An on-going professional development plan for continued growth after the program

  • Networking with managers from other organizations to encourage best practices learning and relationship development to support your managers after the program ends.


A wide range of session topics that include​ but are not limited to:

  • Compliance 101 - Review the essential functions of management Review key employment laws related to management, how they impact the operations of the business, and best practices for complying with them.

  • Conflict Management 101 - Identify the types of conflict that are present in the workplace and how those conflicts impact the business. Understand your conflict management style and its efficiency in resolving conflicts  Discuss strategies to prevent conflict in the workplace.

  • Goal Setting & Delegation -  Understand effective goal setting and practice setting S.M.A.R.T. goals  Evaluate the impact of effective delegation and understand how to avoid the common causes that prevent effective delegation. 

  • Coaching & Documentation - Evaluate the importance of documentation and identify "good" documentation criteria Practice performance coaching in various organizational contexts  Analyze different management approaches and determine best practices for crucial conversations. 

  • Empathetic Leadership & Inclusion - Understand the importance of empathy at work and the impact of an empathetic leader Brainstorm inclusion strategies and the importance of D.E.I. in today's work environments. 

  • Retention & Motivation - Identify and quantify the impact of retention and motivation on the business Understand the importance of culture and the effects of culture on the workforce  Discuss the role of a manager in retaining and motivating employees. 




Future Managers: If someone on your team wants to further their career (or you hope to promote them into management soon), help them prepare for that transition by learning management strategies and best practices today!


New Managers: Support your recently promoted managers by providing them the resources they need to develop and expand their toolkits. This program will help them deal with challenges they might be facing and understanding how their own management style impacts the company.


Long-time Managers: Experienced managers on your team can always improve their leadership expertise by applying insights from subject matter experts. Continuous development, especially in an ever-changing workforce, is just as important as the initial training.

*We strongly advise against having managers with reporting relationships to other managers being in the training at the same time. 




100% of previous participants say they will apply concepts learned in this training on-the-job and 80% of previous participants found the training engaging. Words used by previous participants to describe the training program are , , , and . 



ACT NOW as registration closes December 16th! Email to register participants

Please note that all registrations are final. No refunds are available. Sessions will be recorded if someone must miss a session, although attendance is encouraged for the most effective and productive experience. Participant attendance is very important to maximize the value of this training, so if your managers aren’t ready to dedicate the necessary time to the program this time, consider adding them to the wait list for the next offering.

Can we include calendar here of session start dates and registration end dates along with time commitment from participants

Is there early bird pricing available once MAST is priced appropriately


Prefer classroom style? Contact us for in-person classroom options. In-person classes require 10-12 participants.




Cost per participant: $2,500

This includes:

  • 12 2-hour virtual class sessions (weekly/bi-weekly).

  • 2 assessments as foundational tools for the entire training program (management style and productive conflict).

  • An online resource containing all materials, recordings (post-session) and other cohort-related information, as well as a list of over a dozen recommended supplemental reading resources that include classic and current management books that align with each module’s topic.

  • 3 30-minute micro-coaching sessions outside of class with a dedicated coach to reinforce key concepts for the manager’s self-development. 

Requirements to Participate

  • Equipment or technology needs to participate in the virtual training. Employees must have their own individual devices an email login which will be used to access the program files and materials.

  • Other expenses not specifically mentioned in the fees.

  • Access to Microsoft Teams.

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