ERC Offers New Online Training Courses to Empower Leaders & Employees

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ERC is pleased to announce that we have launched a new series of courses that meet the needs of diverse industries.

 

Foster a Productive Workforce with Supervisory and Leadership Trainings

ERC's virtual, instructor-led training courses aim to empower leaders in mid-level and supervisory positions. The courses include new Supervisory tracks that cover fundamental and advanced concepts; the six-part Supervisory Series Fundamentals Path and the four-part Supervisory Series Advanced Path. The courses begin in early September and are designed to equip leaders with a wealth of resources, assessments, and collaborative opportunities to evaluate and discover effective behaviors that foster a robust and productive team. ERC will also be offering a six-part Mid-Level Leadership Series that will introduce leaders to practical models for strategic planning. It will also provide interactive opportunities to facilitate critical thinking and management skills through actionable and meaningful coaching. 

 

Employee Online Training Courses

Conversely, ERC’s online training courses offer employers more flexibility by allowing learners to go through the courses on their own time and at their own pace. ERC is thrilled to share four new courses: Behavioral InterviewingCommunication in the Workplace, Harassment Awareness and Professionalism in the Workplace (One-Hour Course), and Harassment Prevention and Professionalism in the Workplace for Managers & Supervisors (Two-Hour Course).

 

ERC strives to assist employers in enhancing their company culture, empowering employees with resources to make informed decisions, and promoting healthier and safer work environments. For example, the Behavioral Interview e-learning course can assist employers with their hiring success rate through proper and nuanced preparation, practice, and reflective exercises to accurately evaluate candidates.

 

"These types of courses are timely and allow us to help employers create great workplaces. We are on a mission here at ERC," said ERC President Kelly Keefe. "We know that we are making a difference. We know that we can help change workplace cultures. We know that we can help leaders become the best leaders they can be and empower employees with a wealth of resources."

Start Improving Your Workplace Today

For over 100 years, ERC has provided people data and HR services to help leaders make better decisions. Aside from our virtual and on-demand courses, ERC also offers on-demand HR support, compensation & benefit benchmarking data, in-person instructor-led training, individual and team assessments, and employee engagement services. Please contact us to learn more.

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