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The Manager's Role and Coach - Virtual Training

We are already seeing the greatest competitive advantage is a company’s ability to be flexible and adapt.  Learning, not knowledge, will power organizations into the future; and the central champion of learning should be the manager.

 

Yet too many managers micromanage, don’t delegate enough and don’t allow their staff to take decisions.  Today’s manager needs to draw out everyone’s best thinking.  This means encouraging people to learn.

Course Aim

This 2-hour module clarifies the manager’s role and responsibilities, develops ways of adapting behaviour to best suit different situations and people and the crucial role of manager as coach in realising staff potential.

 

Course objectives

At the end of this programme you will be able to identify:

  • Ten areas of managerial responsibility
  • Key actions to take within each area
  • What you find most comfortable working with and where you might find ‘your management challenge’
  • Your preferred way of working with people
  • Ways of adapting to people and situations
  • How to coach effectively

 

Content

  • Ten managerial roles
  • Different ways of leading
  • Situational leadership and consequences
  • The GROW coaching model
  • Action plans to further develop managerial skills

This course falls under the "Getting the Best from your Staff" banner and can be taken alongside the Motivation through Delegation and Managing Staff Performance Virtual courses (should you wish to).  Please see the website for dates of these courses.

24-03-2021
09:30 AM - 11:30 AM
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Prices (excludes VAT)

Non-members:£200.00

Bronze:£150.00

Silver:£150.00

Gold:£150.00

Premier:£150.00

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