Stefano Bartoli

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Difficult Interactions | Origin: ML122 | New comment by Stefano Bartoli

This course has given me options on how to resolve different and difficult situations with employees and how to come to an amicable solution. 

Coaching Skills | Origin: ML118 | New comment by Stefano Bartoli

I have enjoyed this course.  I feel that coaching is an important part of leadership.  Guiding your employees to be better can only be beneficial for the company, you as the manager, and of...

Strategy Execution | Origin: ML149 | New comment by Stefano Bartoli

I learned how to help develop a plan/strayegy and execute it with my team.

Strategic Thinking | Origin: ML148 | New comment by Stefano Bartoli

I have enjoyed the material given regarding strategic thinking. Working together can help us create the best possible strategic solutions.

Decision Making | Origin: ML147 | New comment by Stefano Bartoli

I enjoyed this module. I thought about my participation as a leader but I also thought about how some of my bosses made their decisions during some of our major decision-making meetings.

Change Management | Origin: ML137 | New comment by Stefano Bartoli

Change is never easy but if there is an open line of communication from both employees and employers they have a better chance to make the changes be less fearful and more pleasant for all.

Team Management | Origin: ML113 | New comment by Stefano Bartoli

I got a lot of useful information out of this course.  You as a leader need to adapt to situations. Not every one will work out the way you want so having a team that you can rely on will help...

Leading an Effective Team | Origin: ML112 | New comment by Stefano Bartoli

I learned using different techniques for different team members can help the team thrive.  Everyone in the team can offer information so it does not fall onto one person.  It's really a...

Teaching the Adult Learner | Origin: ED208 | New comment by Stefano Bartoli

  Using different forms of teaching techniques can help student's learning styles.

Brain-Based Teaching | Origin: ED208 | New comment by Stefano Bartoli

Using a variety of teaching techniques will help in the classroom settings.  Break out sessions or group activities are great ways to have the students interact with one another.