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Companies Hard Pressed to Keep Best Workers in 2011


Companies will be hard pressed in 2011 to hold onto high-performing employees, according to Sandi Edwards, Senior Vice President for American Management Association Corporate Learning Solutions, which offers advisory services and tailored learning programs to organizations.

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Coaching Best Training for Critical Skills


One-on-one coaching is rated the most effective method for developing employee skills in communication, critical thinking, collaboration and creativity, according to a survey of more than 2,000 senior managers and executives by American Management Association (AMA).

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Some Companies Open Leadership Programs to All Employees


While participants selected for corporate leadership development are generally mid- to senior-level managers or high potential individuals, nearly one in ten employers that have such programs open them to all workers, according to a global study of nearly 1,000 organizations by the American Management Association (AMA) in partnership with the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp).

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Companies Focus on Developing Global Leaders


In a clear sign that corporate management is striving to compete successfully in today’s worldwide marketplace, a majority of large organizations have implemented or plan to implement global leadership development initiatives, according to a study of nearly 1,000 companies on six continents by American Management Association (AMA) in partnership with the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp).

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American Management Association Presents the American Business Merit Badge at Boy Scouts Jamboree


Operation Enterprise (OE), the young adult leadership division of American Management Association (AMA), was selected by the Boys Scouts of America to present the American Business merit badge at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree, held from July 26 to August 4 near Fredericksburg, Virginia.

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AMA 2010 Critical Skills Survey


As the U.S. economy begins to show signs of improvement, executives say they need a workforce fully equipped with skills beyond just the basics of reading, writing and arithmetic (the three Rs) in order to grow their businesses. Skills such as critical thinking and problem solving, communication, collaboration, and creativity and innovation (the four Cs) will become even more important to organizations in the future, according to a new survey conducted by American Management Association (AMA).

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Survey: A Customer-Focused Workforce Leads to Higher Business Performance


What’s the key to creating a customer-focused organization? Here’s one of the answers from the trenches of a high-performance company: “A culture of accountability makes a good organization great and a great organization unstoppable.”

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American Management Association Selected as a Top Leadership Training Company by TrainingIndustry.com


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AMA is one of the most widely recognized leaders in business training, having provided corporate training solutions for over 95 years. From leadership, communication and managerial training to sales, customer service and analytical skills, AMA has developed a vast array of content and training solutions to help individuals and organizations achieve business results . Each year, AMA delivers thousands of seminars and courses across the United States. With courses offered in a  classroom near you or live online, AMA is a flexible, convenient resource for all of your organization's talent development needs. AMA also offers customized solutions based on your specific talent development requirements.