PEOPLE MANAGEMENT SKILLS
The role of a front line manager, supervisor, or team leader is to manage day-to-day tasks ensuring work is completed on time to meet, or exceed their goals or targets. However, it can be far easier said than done, and while duties may vary slightly, it will usually involve leading their team, prioritizing and organising, responding to issues that may arise, keeping their staff motivated and engaged.
Central to success is building good relationships with each team member. It’s important to spend time getting to know them, building trust, listening to their concerns and ideas and providing a platform for them to be their best.
Is This Course for Me?
This course is suitable for front line managers, supervisors and team leaders who will enjoy the practical exercises. It’s also for new and aspiring managers and leaders to help them get up to speed in no time so they get results and create a successful career.
Course Contents Include
- Managing and motivating people
- Enhancing engagement
- Organising people
- Team building
- Managing performance
- Managing change
- Managing conflict
- Handling people problems
- What leaders do, leadership styles and what makes a good leader
- You’ll learn tips on motivating, organising and delegating
- You’ll learn the factors that contribute to team effectiveness and how should team performance be assessed
- You’ll learn how to handle people problems including negative behaviour, absenteeism and poor timekeeping
- You’ll learn about the selection interview – content, preparation and interview techniques
- You’ll learn approaches to rewarding people, reviewing pay and managing without a reward system
What Happens On The Day?
- Your one day course will commence at 9.30am and close at 4.30pm.
- Coffee will be served from 9.00am
- You’ll receive all the learning materials you need
- You’ll receive a Post Training Action Plan to record personal action-oriented notes to help you apply your learning in the real world.
The world hates changes, yet it is the only thing that has brought progress.
Charles Kettering (1876–1958) US automobile engineer.
He developed the electric starter in 1912 and went on to discover tetraethyl lead as an antiknock agent and to define the octane rating of fuels.
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