LSA Global Announces Management Best Practices Health Check Results - How Do Your Managers Stack Up?

Santa Clara, CA (PressExposure) October 11, 2011 -- LSA Global, the premier one-stop global training and performance consulting firm that focuses on achieving measurable business results with a select group of clients, today announced the Q4 results of its Management Best Practices Health Check to help companies assess the effectiveness of their managers and their Management Training programs.

"At a time of high unemployment when we are asking managers and employees to do more with less, our management best practices health check continues to identify weaknesses in front-line managers ability to drive higher productivity while retaining and developing top talent," according to Sheila Ingraham-Russell, Head of the Management Practice for LSA Global. "Many companies are starting to feel the repercussions of under investing in their front-line managers."

Our recent management best practice poll results highlighted three key areas that should be addressed by management training programs:

* 77% of managers are UNABLE to effectively communicate and "operationalize" their organization's vision and goals to their direct reports
* 53.9% DO NOT have a clear understanding of the role of a manager within their organization
* 61.2% of managers HAVE NOT created objective, measurable performance outcomes with their direct reports

Are your managers ready to help your organization take it to the next level?

About LSA Global

Since 1995, LSA has helped leading organizations create and maintain distinct competitive advantages through people. We are a training and consulting firm that is skeptical of the value of stand-alone training. For development to provide value, we believe that learning should be approached as a business change initiative--not as an event or employee benefit.

Since 1995, LSA has helped leading organizations create and maintain distinct competitive advantages through people. We are a training and consulting firm that is skeptical of the value of stand-alone training. For development to provide value, we believe that learning should be approached as a business change initiative--not as an event or employee benefit.

We believe our clients' success in the marketplace is realized through increased revenue, decreased costs, and higher productivity.

LSA Global
Tris Brown
President & CEO
http://www.lsaglobal.com/

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Press Release Submitted On: October 11, 2011 at 5:05 am
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