The ability of managers to create a vision of success and to conduct effective discussions around priorities, performance and behaviour is essential in any organisation. Management skill is the key to inspiring, motivating and supporting employees to consistently deliver their best work.
An effective and sustainable performance culture is vital if an organisation’s vision, mission and goals are to be achieved.
Managers clearly need to be effective at delivering feedback, but it is also an important skill for any employee. This is particularly true within organisations that aspire to open, authentic, and constructive collaboration.
Dealing with others effectively helps us to get things done, influence opinion and build effective relationships. This is even more vital when we deal with external contacts.
Then, we carry the additional PR responsibility of ensuring that our communication style serves the best interests of the organisation.
Confident and credible personal presentation, whatever the context, underpins work performance and can enhance professional reputations.
Becoming a line manager can be both an exciting and daunting experience! Without timely support, new managers can easily struggle or lose confidence. Providing them with a “framework” of effective people management skills is essential to ensure they start well.
Having a management population that is well equipped to develop team morale and productivity is in every organisation’s best interests!
The ability of graduates to adapt and assimilate quickly or to problem solve creatively, often means that they are fast-tracked into management positions early in their career.
So alongside technical and functional induction training, graduates also benefit from development experiences which enhance self-awareness and encourage both collaborative learning and interpersonal and team development.
Such investment helps them to hit the ground running and build effective working relationships, whatever their chosen specialism.
Design & delivery of bespoke events, e.g.