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Productivity Management & Leadership Success Training Program


In the 21st Century, and its global economy, the skills of Productivity Management and Leadership Success are vitally important to an organization's longevity and success. This course provides a proactive method of addressing issues of low employee morale, high turnover, and poor productivity/quality.

This course evaluates the pros and cons of older and outdated methods of Productivity Management and proposes a new eclectic method with 3 years of proven research efficacy to back it up. The benefits of learning this new method of personnel motivation will improve productivity, morale and quality of your product or service upon implementation. Readings will be posted on the Learning Management system and as such there are no textbooks needed for this course.


Upon completion, you will have the information necessary to justify abandoning older and more flawed theories and/or methods of personnel motivation in order to improve productivity, quality, and personnel morale. Participants will learn how these three factors are directly related to increased profit and decreased turnover.

Participants will be able to effectively and efficiently implement Productivity Management based on the Mutual Expectation Method of Management for their business.


In this self-directed course, evaluation of student performance will consist of successfully completing the Action Assignments in each Module of learning.

course quick facts
course code DED1022
cost $54.00
estimated time to
complete course
20 Hours
course materials
90 Days

Dr. Eric Oestmann has over 15 years of extensive management and leadership experience in a variety of settings, from military to healthcare and everything in between. He continues to provide management consulting across the country for a national healthcare consulting firm. A highly sought after speaker, he has received numerous honorariums for his work, and teaches online courses in management and leadership.


"This course gave me some interesting ideas in facilitating motivation and examining my management techniques. I began to develop some additional management strategies and discuss techniques with higher level management as well." - Jennifer Flippin