Training and Workshops for Managers

Training and Workshops for Managers

Management is a skill. The most effective managers succeed by getting the best from their people, maximizing process efficiency, and understanding the needs and goals of the organization. Training and maintaining these skills is an important tool for successful organizations.

Training for New Managers

New managers face a real change in their view of the organization, their job, and how they interact with the rest of the group. Get them started on the right foot!

  • Tackle the right information on your first day!
  • Create the right kind of relationship with those you manage.
  • Learn what to track and how to use that information with your staff.
  • Understand how to work better with your boss.
  • Teach your staff to bring you solutions, not problems.
  • Get past the “overwhelm” most new managers face.
  • Learn to assign work appropriately, to get that work done.
  • How to manage when you are still doing part of the work.

This is a one-day seminar, best suited to brand new managers or those soon to be promoted. It is also useful for those training and promoting new managers.

The Management Crash Course

Management & Leadership for New Managers

This fast-paced training covers the vital skills and principles for new managers.

  • Leverage the strengths of every member of the team.
  • Avoid the 5 most common (and costly!) management mistakes.
  • Coach and grow your team.
  • Handle discipline & difficult situations.
  • Set team priorities and track progress.
  • New managers in their first year.
  • Existing managers with no training.
  • Key staff preparing for leadership.

Leadership Training for Managers

Management and Leadership are not two separate things – they are skill sets that work together. Leadership is the most effective approach to management. This workshop helps both new and experienced managers transition from reactive to proactive approaches to getting the work done.

  • Learn how management skills and leadership skills differ, and when to use each.
  • Involve staff in more of the problem solving, to get better solutions.
  • Delegate effectively and appropriately to get the work to the right people.
  • Increase employee satisfaction.
  • Understand behavioral strengths and skills, so everyone (including the manager) can be more effective!
  • Learn the basics of a coaching approach to get better decisions from staff.
  • Develop key staff and identify your best future leaders.
  • Get your people more engaged for higher productivity and profitability.
  • Understand how to motivate people – what works, and what can cause problems.
  • Learn to deal with uncomfortable emotional situations.
  • Deal effectively with performance and attitude problems.

This is a one-day seminar, suited to new or experienced managers who already understand the basics of management. It works well as a foll0w-up to either Preparation for Future Leaders or Training for New Managers.

Preparation for Future Leaders

The best way to find your next excellent managers is to train them! This workshop gives future leaders the information they need to be prepared for that role. They learn what it takes to be successful in managing people, and how to prepare themselves to be successful their very first day!

  • Learn how the role of a manager or supervisor differs from line staff.
  • Start preparing today by building the skills and relationships that will make you successful.
  • Understand how to motivate and lead different types of people.
  • Learn the basics of coaching and staff development.
  • Get the tools you need to decide if a leadership role is right for you.

This is normally a one-day workshop, and can also be delivered as a series of workshops for ongoing leadership development within the company. It is best suited to those who are not yet in a management role, and is also useful to managers who are developing and promoting new managers.

Leadership Development for Managers

Develop Leaders and Next-Generation Managers

This training teaches managers at all levels to better develop their people for future roles in leadership and management.

  • Use delegation as a leadership development tool.
  • Improve problem-solving skills for your entire team.
  • Identify the best candidates for leadership development.
  • Managers of managers.
  • All leaders looking to develop the next generation of leadership.