The Essential Skills of Management – Part 1

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WHO WILL BENEFIT?

This workshop has been designed specifically for managers who have direct responsibility for a team of individuals.

COURSE TYPE

3-day workshop including:

Part 2 - Leadership and Motivating the Team

Part 3 - Understanding Team Behaviour

Regional or in-company

LEARNING STYLE

Syndicate groups, brain storming, individual exercises and interactive discussions

WHAT DO YOU GET?

Course hand-outs

Full course notes

Course completion certificate

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS COURSE, PLEASE CALL OR REGISTER YOUR INTEREST

01952 462300

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WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT?

This workshop has been designed specifically for managers who have direct responsibility for a team of individuals. The module begins with a review of where you are today – the highs, the frustrations & the areas you would like to spend more time focusing on. The majority of managers today recognise the need to get out of the ‘day to day detail’ - to enable them to focus on the bigger picture. However, the reality of achieving this goal can often prove difficult. The module covers personal time management, empowerment, and the ability to retain your key personnel - all of which are critical in creating more time to work on ‘long term’ growth strategies. Understanding and respecting those new methods take time and planning to implement. The last session of the module looks at how new ideas will affect your team. Attendees will leave the day with a clear understanding of where they provide ‘real’ value and how to win hearts as well as minds, through creating motivated people to achieve the business objectives.

WHAT WILL BE COVERED IN THIS MODULE?

• What type of leader are you?

• Managing yourself first.

• Managing your team.

• Personal and team time management.

• Delegation and empowerment.

• Prioritising your tasks

• Getting the team to manage their tasks and time.

What will the delegate be able to do on completion?

  • Move away from the crisis style of management.

  • Focus on the bigger picture – long term growth and how to achieve it.

  • Have a greater level of respect for themselves and their personnel.

  • Improve their planning and organisation.

  • Create ‘Best Practice’ working methods with the team’s support.

  • Take away an action plan they can start to implement immediately.

  • See themselves as a leader.

  • Delegate effectively

Martyn Jennings