Management Training Objectives
- Gaining more confidence
- Raising your level of self-awareness
- Managing time more effectively
- Creating trust
- Setting clear and achievable goals
- Becoming more decisive
- Gaining better communication skills
- Managing conflict
- Giving appropriate feedback
- Taking responsibility
- Encouraging and supporting direct reports
Tailored Management Training
Managing people doesn't have to be daunting or difficult, but it often happens that good people don't develop the skills they need and become mediocre or even poor managers.
Our Management Training focuses on stopping that happening and preparing managers to succeed right from the beginning.
It's important to know that you're not alone in this: good people get promoted and there is an assumption that because they have been good in one job they will automatically be good in a management role.
We start our management training by squashing that assumption and get down to the truth that all managers need some basic skills to help them be a success in the job.
Tailored and In-House Management Training
Our Management Training Programmes can be tailored as in-house programmes to address specific issues within your own company.
Key issues that managers struggle with are: doing it all instead of delegating, feeling they have to look busy all the time to justify their role, wanting to be 'one of the boys/girls' instead of managing them, avoiding conflict and not intervening when it's needed, inadequately managing their own and other's time, hiding in the detail instead of getting strategic.
Now not everyone does all of these but our management training programmes are designed to give managers (old and new) more confidence in their own abilities to be able to tackle some of the traps they fall into.
We help people shift their beliefs about what a manager is supposed to do and we look at key management skills such as delegation, motivating team members and supporting them, giving essential feedback to keep people on board, becoming more decisive, taking responsibility, managing conflict, learning how to feed upwards, establishing clear boundaries and of course setting and achieving team and individual goals.
You may have people in your company who are excellent in their jobs but when they get promoted to the next rung up seem to lose that excellence and end up being less than great managers. Some of these people, we know, often leave because it's all too stressful or go back to the jobs they had before.
It may be that you've recruited some new managers but they need more of a grounding in first-rate line management skills to prepare them for their roles.
It could also be that you have highly skilled managers who have been around a while and you'd like them to refresh their competencies and polish up their knowledge.
Our Management Training programmes can be tailored for first-line, middle and senior managers. They can be tailored for the newest recruits and the longest-serving managers.
The aim of our management training programmes is to re-energise people and help them become the best manager they can be with the skills to back them up.
To find out more call us on:
+44 (0)20 7226 1877
(Click here to send individuals on our Open Line Management Training Course)
Freephone: 0808 1234 909
Training Course Accreditation
To ensure that the courses you attend are of the highest quality, offering the best professional tuition possible,
all our Open Courses are evaluated and accredited.
This accredited course is suitable for corporate and public sector Continuing Professional Development Plans and Portfolios.
- Asma MansuriAsma is adept at delivering training programmes in different aspects of leadership and management.
- Kate ArneilKate is involved with Performance Management, Conflict Management, Presentation and Communication Skills Training.
- Katherine GriceKatherine's skills and passions include Customer Service, Presentation Skills, Public Speaking, Personal Impact and Leadership
- Sarah DawrantSarah has warmth, humour, a quick mind and unlimited passion to help people develop by stretching their comfort zones.