Management Made Easy
Managing others is a challenge. It always has been, and it always will be. If you are lucky, you have worked for a fabulous manager. Someone who was fair, competent, pleasant, and understood how to create a motivating work environment for his employees. Great managers are fabulous role models for their employees. Unfortunately, not everyone who is in a management position, is good at managing others. There is a difference between management and leadership. Managers do things right; leaders do the right things.
There are a variety of reasons people end up in management positions.
They took a test, scored well on the test and received a promotion to manager/boss. (This method is typical in civil service organizations. A police officer takes a test to become a police sergeant.)
They were born into the family business.
They were a fabulous individual contributor, so they received a promotion to manager.
There was no one else available to take the management job.
They received an MBA and were hired to manage.
Rarely do employees get promoted to a management positions because they have fabulous management skills. This multi day program is highly interactive and focused on skill development.
At the program conclusion, participants will be able to:
explain what a manager is and is not
be a role model for effective communication.
effectively manage time
delegate with confidence.
deliver a business presentation with confidence
develop SMART goals for employees
coach employees to improve performance
resolve workplace conflict
create a motivating work environment for employees
effectively facilitate meetings and daily huddles
manage multigenerational, diverse, remote work teams
avoid any behavior that is perceived as harassment
2 – 5 days