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Vado's Manager Courses are designed for supervisors, managers, and leaders who are responsible for leading, coaching, and inspiring employee performance. These courses help build the skills needed to manage individual and team performance, engage and retain employees, as well as contribute to the organization's success.

Since each of Vado's courses are chunked, bite sized learning experiences, the Vado Course Bundles provide learners with a comprehensive learning option. When using a bundle, learners complete a number of courses to more fully develop their skills and capabilities.

In addition, the Vado Learning Tracks provide learners with recommended course bundles to take together for an in-depth development experience.

Vado Manager Course Bundles:

  • Bud to Boss
  • Building Trust and Respect
  • Coaching Career Development
  • Communication Skills for Managers
  • Conflict Management Skills
  • Creating Great Teamwork
  • Customer Service Management
  • Delegating Work
  • Developing and Coaching Employees
  • Discussing Total Compensation
  • Giving Great Feedback
  • Increasing Employee Engagement
  • Leadership Essentials
  • Leading the Organization Strategy
  • Management Essentials
  • Managing for Success
  • Meeting Management
  • Onboarding New Employees
  • Performance Management and Development
  • Project Management for Managers
  • Providing Resources for Success
  • Recognizing Employees
  • Remote Leadership Toolkit
  • Retaining Your Employees
  • Stay Interview Toolkit
  • totalView™ Behavioural Based Interviewing
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Each Bundle comprises 5-20 courses.

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Bud to Boss Toolkit
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Building Trust and Respect
Managers build the level of trust and respect they receive from their employees, peers and customers.
As a leader and manager, trust is one of the most important things you must build with your employees. Research continues to show time and time again, that employees who have a high level of trust with their manager are more productive, more engaged, and stay longer with the organization. Trust matt... read more
Coaching Career Development
Managers learn how to guide and coach employees in developing their career within the organization.
As a manager, one of your roles is to help coach and develop your employees. This includes helping them grow in their career. Whether it's understanding a person's career aspirations, helping individuals navigate the company career system, or assisting your employees in building a professional netwo... read more
Communication Skills for Managers
Managers build and strengthen their communication skills to work more effectively with their employees, peers and organization leaders.
As a manager, it is essential you are a good communicator. You are in constant communication with others. Whether it's with senior leaders, peers, or your employees, you must be able to clearly articulate your thoughts and ideas, as well as deliver clear and concise messages. When you do, you'll fin... read more
Conflict Management Skills
Managers build their own conflict management skills, as well as learn how to coach employees to manage conflict with others.
When you're in a leadership position, you'll find it's inevitable that conflict will arise, therefore knowing how handle the conflict is essential. The Conflict Management Skills courseware will help you learn how to set conflict management expectations with your team, create a culture that handles ... read more
Creating Great Teamwork
Managers strengthen their skills to build great teamwork among their employees and team.
Teamwork matters. When a team is cohesive and works well together, individuals are more engaged, more productive, and are more satisfied at work. A great team environment benefits everyone including individual employees, managers and the organization. As a leader, you can have a significant impact o... read more
Customer Service Management
Managers strengthen their skills to build great teamwork among their employees and team.
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Delegating Work
Managers develop their skills to effectively and successfully delegate work to others.
As a manager and leader of others you must be able to delegate well. Delegation is an essential skill for all leaders, and when not done well can create a number of problems. Therefore, it's so important you take the time and make the effort to build great delegation skills. When you delegate well, ... read more
Developing and Coaching Employees
Managers develop their skills to coach and develop their employees to become more capable and high performing individuals.
When you are a manager and leader of others, one of your responsibilities is to help coach and develop your employees. It is your job to help your employees build their skills, share what they are doing well and what they can improve, as well as take an active interest in helping each person perform... read more
Discussing Total Compensation
Managers learn how to discuss compensation issues, rewards, as well as company benefits with individual employees.
As a manager, working through compensation issues is one of your most important roles. And while it's so important to each individual, discussing compensation can be difficult and uncomfortable at times. As a leader, it's to your benefit to learn how to conduct effective and productive conversations... read more
Giving Great Feedback
Managers discover how to provide the feedback each person needs to perform at a high level.
Great feedback is essential for everyone's success. In order to be successful and perform at a high level, we need to know what we're doing well and should continue doing, what we need to improve, as well as what we need to stop doing. No matter how successful each of us may be, feedback is an impor... read more
Increasing Employee Engagement
Managers build the skills required to engage employees to perform at their best.
As a manager, one of your main areas of focus should be employee engagement. Research shows time and time again that engaged employees deliver higher levels of performance, contribute greater than those who are less engaged, and choose to stay longer with the organization. All of which contributes t... read more
Leadership Essentials
Managers build the leadership skills required to lead the organization strategy, retain top talent and communicate the organization vision.
When you're in a managerial or leadership role, your leadership skills are essential. Your ability to make great decisions, align resources to strategic priorities, increase employee innovation, and keep your top talent are all part of the responsibilities of being a strong leader. The Leadership Es... read more
Leading the Organization Strategy
Managers develop their ability to lead others towards achieving the organization strategy.
As a manager and leader one of your jobs is to ensure you and the team is focused on helping the organization achieve its strategy and vision. You want to make sure the work your team completes is connected to the vision and helps move the company forward towards its goals. When teams and individual... read more
Management Essentials
Managers build the basic management skills required to coach employees, deliver feedback and recognize the achievements of others.
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Managing for Success
Building off of the Management Essentials, managers continue developing their ability to manage, inspire and lead employees towards success.
Even if you have the managerial basics down, there is always an opportunity to learn, especially since managers need to be able to do so many things. The Managing for Success courseware helps managers strengthen their ability to lead and manage others by providing the tools and information they need... read more
Meeting Management
Managers learn how to lead and facilitate effective meetings.
Effective and productive meetings are the foundation of any group, team or project. And if you're like most people, you attend a lot of meetings. In fact, sometimes it may seem we have so many meetings; it's hard to get our work done. Add to the fact that many meetings can be unproductive and the nu... read more
Onboarding New Employees
Managers work with new hires to help them quickly get up to speed by understanding what they must do and achieve to become fully integrated employees.
When you hire new employees, you want them to be productive and an integrated part of the team as fast as possible; this not only helps the team and organization, but the employee as well. To achieve this goal, there are a number of actions managers can take to help new employees onboard quickly and... read more
Performance Management and Development
A Manager's Guide to Leading Remarkable Performance
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Project Management for Managers
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Providing Resources for Success
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Recognizing Employees
Managers build their capabilities to recognize their employees for their work and accomplishments.
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Remote Leadership Toolkit
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Retaining Your Employees
Managers perform the skills needed to retain each individual employee.
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