Management & leadership, Management

Moving into Management - Online course

Making the transition from led to leader can be tough. It will be made a lot easier if you have some basic skills and techniques under your belt.

One day online course 10.00-15.30

Online courses take place via Zoom and include a one hour lunch break as well as brief refreshment breaks.

Digital book (pdf) included: It’s Murder in Management

If you are embarking on the start of your management journey this course is an absolute must when it comes to confidence and effectiveness.

Who should sign up?

Anyone who has recently moved into a management role for the first time, or is about to.

What will I get out of it?

  • Explore some of the issues involved in making the transition from staff to manager
  • Examine what is expected of people with a management role and responsibilities
  • Identify qualities and actions which make an effective manager
  • Guidelines for approaching common concerns for new managers, for example, managing people
  • Lots of opportunity for peer to peer discussion and problem solving, as well as time to reflect on your own situation and develop action points

What will it cover?

  • How did I get here? Pro’s and con’s
  • What do I do here? Roles and Responsibilities
  • Who am I? Management versus Leadership
  • How do I do this? Management Styles for all situations
  • What if? Managing poor performance
  • What do I say? Giving feedback
  • What can I do? Providing support and motivation

What delegates said

“As a first time manager this course provided me with the fundamental tools and tips to become an effective manager, to know the boundaries, and ask questions to seek clarification from all levels if needed.”  – Asha Karbhari, The Architectural Heritage Fund

“Eileen couldn’t have explained things more clearly, with excellent examples, both in the workbook, on the slides and in the pre-course manual. Very thorough course delivered really smoothly.”  – Peta Cubberley, Jack Petchey Foundation

Trainer: Cathy Shimmin

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