Moving into Management - Online (Ref: 1182)
Time: 10:00 - 13:00
Move from being an individual contributor to becoming a manager is one of the major shifts in your career. This is because management is a profession in its own right, with its own skills, techniques and knowledge, and like any other profession it has to be learned.
Just because a person is very good at their job does not automatically mean he or she will be a good manager. Additional skills are required – motivating and directing people, training new employees, handling conflict, delegating, giving praise or criticism, communicating effectively, evaluating performance, working to deadlines, building team spirit.
This short online training course looks at some of these skills in detail and is ideal for newly appointed or soon to be promoted managers, as well as for those with experience but no formal management training.
The course will cover the following key elements:
- How to make the transition to management.
- The key skills of management.
- A Model for Management Excellence.
- Achieving the right balance between managing and doing.
- Getting results through others.
- Good practice in setting objectives and delegating.
- Performance management cycle.
- Developing others to achieve their potential.
- Using mentoring and coaching skills to build performance.
This training will be delivered by Zoryna O'Donnell, MBA, MSc, FInstLM, GQHP. Zoryna is an experienced coach, mentor, trainer, public speaker and author. She is an alumna of The Neuroscience Academy, a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF) and European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC), a Fellow of The Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) accredited for mentoring, a mentor of the Warwick Business School (WBS) Mentoring Programme, a tutor and a coach at the Academy of Women's Leadership, and a Mentor on the government's Help to Grow: Management Course.
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