Welcome, Global Leadership Summit Attendees!
We’ve partnered with Austin Bridge Builders Alliance to offer you exclusive discounts on
1-on-1 meeting cards and a special management & leadership training session from MGR360. Take advantage of these deals before the end of November!
Want to get your whole team Management System Certified?
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1-on-1 Meeting Cards
Get your 50% discount with code GLS2020 at checkout! Bring new depth and variation to your weekly 1-on-1s with this deck of 50 questions. MGR360 trainers collected their favorite and most productive questions to ask of employees—choose them ahead of the 1-on-1 or draw randomly in the meeting!
Questions cover everything from personal working styles to personal well-being to team performance.
Management System Certification Training
Join ABBA and MGR360 for a day of management and leadership development at Texas CEO Ranch, just outside Austin, Texas.
This one-of-a-kind workshop gives managers and leaders the framework and skills for success. This session will be led by MGR360’s Joel Trammell and Alicia Thrasher, and co-presented with ABBA’s Jeff Johnson, who will discuss how discipleship fits into management. We’ve discounted this training by 70% for GLS attendees, from $995 to $295.
Learn more about what’s covered in MGR360 training here.
Included in your registration fee is:
- Lifelong Management System Certification
- The MGR360 Management System Workbook
- A deck of 1-on-1 Meeting Cards
- Lunch & refreshments
- Ranch activities: hiking, fishing electric bikes, and more.
Management Training That's Uniquely Better
Give yourself—and your managers—the framework, tools, and templates for leading a team to success. Here’s what makes MGR360 training uniquely better.
Everything managers learn in training is designed to be applied right away—for saved time and better results.
This isn’t a lecture. We learn about your specific situation and goals, then customize our approach.
Managers leave training with a customized roadmap for applying what they learned. Trainers follow up weekly to ensure accountability.