Global financial crises, flu pandemics, unwinable wars, corrupt and failing mega-corporations – we’ve all seen these seemingly intractable problems laid at the doorstep of poor management.
Good managers ensure we all do our part. The best managers may not be the most popular people at the party, often because their casual conversation is peppered with reminders about that dreaded “plan.”
They keep us all on track, pressing forward toward the goal. Good managers operate with unrelenting respect for others. They don’t have all the answers: They know that the best ideas will come from someone else and they encourage and incorporate those at every opportunity.
They do not need to be heroes; they recognize and leverage the strengths of others and find them opportunities to shine. They hold others accountable to their commitments. They give others the right amount of independence (and this is different for everyone they manage, and they know it). They measure and celebrate progress.
They recognize and share the glory as the team delivers on key milestones. When one objective is completed, they move on, with little fanfare, to
People today often speak of experiencing a “leadership gap.” But what they are actually experiencing is a management gap – something is “missing” between the promises and words of inspiration and the reality in which we find ourselves. The world does not need more people who aspire to greatness through leadership. What it needs are a whole lot more people who aspire to be great managers.
WHAT TO LEARN:
MODULE 1: How To Be A Better Manager
What Managers Actually Do
Demostrating Managerial Leadership
Developing an Effective Leadership Style
Setting Objectives & Monitoring Performance
MUDULE 2: Managing Yourself for Improve Productivity
Managing Your Time
Managing Schedule and Priority
Communicate Better – Assertiveness, Influencing, Persuation and Negotiation
Office- Politics Good Or Bad?
Develop Your Emotional Intelligence
MODULE 3: Managing Managers’ Functions – Managing People and Process I
Organising and Managing Business Resources
Organizing Other People
Chairing and Coordinating Meetings
Supervising and Managing Team Performance
MODULE 4: Managing Managers’ Functions – Managing People and Process II
How To Delegate
How To Delight Customers
How To Develop People
How To Manage Your Boss
How To Manage Conflict
How To Manage Culture
How To Motivate Your Team
MODULE 5: Managing Projects and Operations
Establishing and Managing Project Scope
Managing Project Schedule
Managing Budget, Risk and Quality
Managing Stakeholders Expectation
MODULE 6: Getting Organized – Paper Management & e-transactions
Actionable Paperwork and Reference Paperwork
Paper flow through the office and Inbox management
Proficiency in the use of electronic device and optimisation for efficient delivery-sms, email, folder mgt, etc.
MODULE 7: Getting Organized – Task Management
Organising your To-Dos,
Managing Multiple To-Do lists,
Managing To-Do lists on-the-go
Multi-tasking:coping with Superior assignments and responsibilities
MODULE 8: Getting Organized – Time Management
Using mind maps to identify and aspire to your goals
Managing interruptions and distractions
Saying ‘No’ and prioritising
Tackling and overcoming procrastination
MODULE 9: Managing Business Challenges
Managers are employed to solve problems
Design Thinking For Manager
Project Management Essentials
Managerial Competence Modelling
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Anyone who wants to be an even better Manager