Help create engaged employees with Dale Carnegie Training

June 14, 2011

Dale Carnegie Training of Baltimore uses a five-process called iMap.

Dale Carnegie Training of Baltimore is not simply a solution for individuals to help propel their personal and professional lives forward. We also help corporations provide solutions to some of their toughest issues.

When organizations like yours want employees who are engaged with their missions, values and visions, aligned with their strategic plans and who have the skills needed to drive performance, they often solicit our help.

Dale Carnegie Training can help change “I understand where this company is going” to “I believe in where this company is going.” The iMap process allows us to work together to create a unique road map for the future.

The iMap process discovers skill gaps within your organization (if any) and then we customize solutions for you based on more than 150 modules in our Competency Based Development System. This consists of unique modular programs designed to focus on areas that are important to the success of an organization. The system was created to reinforce organizational competencies and address performance gaps while giving participants the ability to apply what has been learned in their own work environment.

iMap is a five-step process as follows:

Intent. Your organization’s strategic vision – the “should be” as opposed to the “as is.”

Inquire. A strategic conversation with you to understand where the operation is today, where you want to take it, and what needs to change to get there.

Involve. Through assessments, surveys, and a unique BID process, determine the alignment around the vision, competency gaps that needs to be closed, and attitudes that undermine change.

Innovate. Design interventions that support your strategic intent, provide measurable results, map directly to the competencies needed to power the strategic intent, blend competency development with attitudinal change, and align emotional intelligence with corporate initiatives.

Impact. Ingrain long-term behavior change and gain emotional and intellectual engagement with corporate objectives.

If you’d like to see how Dale Carnegie Training can support your company or organization, contact a corporate solutions expert.

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