About the workshop
This workshop will teach you the essential skills of people management and techniques for developing staff. It also covers the basic attributes of leadership, and the art of motivating a team. The skills taught in the workshop can be used in everyday interactions with staff, in appraisals/reviews, and in meetings set-up for planning, delegation, feedback and more. Many of these skills will also help you get the most out of everyday interactions with colleagues, clients and customers.
The workshop is practical and there will be lots of opportunities to discuss and exchange ideas, and practice new skills.
The workshop is comprised of two half-day sessions and can be tailored to suit the needs of particular organisations.
What you will learn
The workshop includes sessions on:
- what do managers do?
- emotional intelligence – know yourself and others
- leading by example
- management style – adapting management style for different situations
- the power of good listening and good questions
- the essentials of effective leadership
- how to motivate and avoid demotivating
- how to give positive and constructive feedback
- effective delegation
Every delegate will leave the workshop with a plan for further developing their people management skills.
For those who want to progress even further, the Develop your leadership skills workshop follows on from this workshop – see more details here.
Who should attend the workshop?
The workshop is of value to new and not so new managers, and to those who manage small and large teams.
This workshop can be tailored to meet specific needs. Minimum time required is one day, and is best delivered over two half days, or it can be extended to include additional elements and ‘real’ assignments.
How to be a great manager is one of a number of workshops covering a range of essential and transferrable business and organisational skills – view the full list here.
All my workshops are practical, they are opportunities to reflect, to share experiences, to learn from me and from others, to change who you are and what you do. I prefer bespoke solutions, so I’m happy to tailor what I do to meet a client’s needs.