The essential people management toolkit
The role of the modern manager is fluid and changeable and every job demands unique skills and competencies.
This course provides the essential managerial toolkit for people starting out as a manager with no or limited management experience. At the core of this course is the belief that each of us can manage and lead others in a way that is individual to us. Through the use of questionnaires, peer feedback and self-reflection, participants will develop a clear picture of existing preferences, style and behaviours. Armed with this awareness, participants are then exposed to a wide range of models, theories and ideas on key aspects of managing themselves and others.
After the initial 2 days, participants can design the next part of the programme to suit their individual needs. This ensures that any gaps in your skills and knowledge can be addressed fully. The final day also provides the opportunity to explore the practical application of management in real life situations.
Why should you attend this programme?
- Explore a wide range of tools and techniques for managing yourself and others
- Develop the skills to manage others in a way that complements your style
- Understand how to support and develop others in a way that enhances their performance and unlocks their potential
- Develop the confidence to tackle difficult people management situations
Organisations need managers who are able to unlock the potential in their teams by enabling and empowering them. As we are often expected to do more with less it is vital that organisations have managers who can get the most out of their teams and achieve strong results.
The best course I’ve ever done. I’m looking forward to putting into practice what I have learned. Some excellent tools to aid my journey.
Ellen Sewell, Urgent Care Social Enterprise
Duration and fees
Please note that this is a two-part programme:
Part One - 2 days
Part Two - 3 days beginning the evening before with dinner
£3,900 + VAT
inclusive of all tuition fees, materials, meals and accommodation