Management training and supervisor training underpins the success of every company. Very few companies fail because the workers did not do their jobs correctly. Most teams, departments and organisations fail because the management and leadership failed to do their jobs correctly. Management training delivers exceptional ROI. The question you have to ask is 'Can we afford not to do this? This management training course is aimed at all supervisors, junior and middle management'
What Are the Qualities of a Good Manager?
How to realise your full potential - what does it actually take?
Why we relate really well to some people and simply don't understand others.
A module on personality profiling and how to effectively implement the knowledge
Making the Transition to Manager
Shifting the focus of responsibility - dealing with the transition
Understanding Your Own Role and Responsibilities
Clearly defining expectations
Understanding Your Management Style
Analysing and understanding the impact your personal style has on you and your success as a manager
Is Your Approach Holistic or Cellular?
Analysing communication within your company - pitfalls and solutions
Setting Clear Goals and Expectations
Goal setting made real. Theoretical and practical approach to goal setting
Setting Clear Standards
Setting business and personal standards
Delegating and Empowering
Understanding the necessity and acquiring the skill
Making Time for Employees
What the 'open door policy' should actually mean
The secure manager and his approach
Failing to Learn
How to ensure you are continually learning
Training Your Staff
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For SETA Accreditation, Developing Your Management Potential I, II and III have to be completed.
"A good manager knows when to step away from an issue as much as he knows when to step toward it." ~ Anonymous
Good managers are trained. Even a natural and skilled leader needs management training.
Having said this, it is true that most managers are in their positions today because they were good at their jobs. The fact is that being proficient at what you do and managing a team to do the same thing, require two totally different skills sets and most managers fail because they cannot and/or refuse to recognise this.
Our Developing Your Management Potential I workshop thus addresses issues like goal setting, delegating, management styles and recognising team strengths and weaknesses. It is ideal for team leaders, supervisors, junior and middle management.