Impact Achievement Group Debuts SimSeries

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<p><strong>Seattle &mdash; June 20&nbsp;</strong><br />Impact Achievement Group Inc. has announced Performance Advantage SimSeries, a comprehensive way for corporate managers to learn the leadership skills to effectively manage employee performance. <br /><br />The Performance Advantage SimSeries includes the company&rsquo;s five proven leadership training and communications modules.&nbsp; </p><p>The series includes Principles of Effective Leadership, Performance-Based Management, Performance-Based Coaching, Managing Workforce Discussions and Performance Problem Discussions. <br /><br />Corporations can use the SimSeries in a variety of training environments: stand-alone e-learning courseware for both new and remote managers; a way for managers to review and practice leadership skills that motivate employees and as a blended learning tool with managers in Impact Achievement Group&rsquo;s live training series, &ldquo;The Performance Advantage.&rdquo; <br /><br />&ldquo;The Performance Advantage SimSeries provides corporations tremendous flexibility to provide immediate skills development for new managers or seasoned managers to improve their present practices,&rdquo; President Lee Klepinger said. &ldquo;In order to create the best solution for our clients, we partnered with Success Sciences Inc., an industry leader in choice-based, voiced-based simulation e-learning. The use of their proven, robust technology provides a dynamic learning environment for all participants.&rdquo;<br /><br />The SimSeries&rsquo; highly interactive learning environment engages participants with choice-based content, case studies, activities and tests, plus interactive voice-based simulation drills.&nbsp; </p><p>All elements are designed to ensure comprehension and mastery of the most critical leadership skills for managing employee performance.&nbsp; <br /><br />The Principles of Effective Leadership helps managers effectively navigate the four fundamental principles of performance leadership.&nbsp; </p><p>They learn to align behavior to address the gap between managers&rsquo; words and actions &mdash; the primary cause of workplace cynicism. Managers learn to effectively leverage their time and influence for the best performance results.&nbsp; </p><p>The course also debunks the false motivational assumption that morale is the road to high performance, and it teaches managers what motivates their best workers.&nbsp; </p><p>Finally, participants learn how to make employee accountability a key management tool. <br /><br />In Performance Based Management, managers immediately apply useful diagnostic tools and fundamental principals in a &quot;best practices&quot; performance management process. They learn to apply the four basic principles of effective performance management. </p><p>In addition, managers are taught to accurately diagnose the cause and take effective actions for performance problems. <br /><br />In Managing Workplace Discussions, managers avoid bad communication habits and reinforce time-tested communications skills to increase employee engagement in the organization&rsquo;s goals and objective.&nbsp;&nbsp; <br /><br />Performance Based Coaching helps managers discover the effective approaches in coaching employee performance.&nbsp; </p><p>In Performance Problem Discussions, managers learn to deal confidently and positively with conflict and performance problems. They also learn skills to pre-empt future difficulties and improve overall employee commitment and tenure.</p>

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