THE KEY TO SUCCESSFUL MANAGEMENT ISN'T WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU'RE THERE, BUT WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU AREN'T.
We use the word “management” but this can be supervisory skills, first management roles or for experienced managers.
If you look at our “misc” page, there is duplication, of course, in these topics (so we have avoided repetition). We can take any of these to make a programme for you, depending on what you need and the role it is aimed at.
And we can just do half or full day sessions on these below (or a couple of sessions in one day):
• Introduction to management: the principles, what makes a success, the steps, the concepts, some hints and tips, your own plan
• Motivation: why it’s important, what motivates you, the theories, the reality, putting it to work
• Time Management: time flies are you in control? Types of time managers, time wasters, blocking your day, recovering your private time, being assertive about time, some hints and tips
• Assertiveness: the three styles, why be assertive, assertiveness in management, which to choose, your own style, maintaining an assertive style, keeping cool with aggressive people
• Chairing meetings: the role of the chair, minutes, structure, preparation, control dealing with difficult people
• Communication: verbal, visual and written, Transactional Analysis, NLP
• Team building: why, are you a team player, types of teams, team analysis, steps to success, team building activity, your team plan
• Delegation: the need to delegate, what to delegate, when to delegate, who to delegate to, strategies, actions
• Interviewing: the basics, the pitfalls, questioning, listening, makingnotes, digging through the cv, asking on time, preparation, avoiding your own prejudices and preferences
• Recruiting: the cv, the role, matching the two, the short list, preparation for interviewing, the ideal candidate
• Leadership or management?
• Change: why, the challenges, types of change, types of people, embracing change, winning teams to change, controlling change, moving it forward
• Coaching: why coach, coach or train, the steps, assessments, observations, evidence, feedback, objectivity, action
• Training: TNA, why train, the steps of training, behavioural objectives, delivery mechanisms, learning styles, assessing training, follow ups, CPD
It’s not an exhaustive list but, when you look at it, it is exhausting…
If you would like any more information, please do not hesitate to get in touch