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Management Principles for the newly appointed Manager

A course for the professional who is newly appointed into a managerial role - a progression that often needs some preparation.

A 2-day intense workshop.

Dates: 25 - 26 April 2017
Venue: Supply Chain Academy, Upminster, London (UK) Fee: £895 plus VAT

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Management is a discipline in its own right. Yet all too often successful professionals such as accountants, lawyers and engineers are promoted to managerial positions without possessing any expertise in the discipline of "Management".

This course is intended to instill the key skills in managers and supervisors so that are better prepared to meet the daily challenges and demands of being a manager.  The management of people is a critical aspect of being a manager and without understanding the fundamentals of how to effectively manage people, life for such managers will always be difficult.

Professionals like engineers are excellent when it involves systems, processes and logic - but when these elements are intergrated with the people dimension, it literally takes on a whole new meaning.  This course is designed to open the box on these management principles so that the manager is able to embrace and realise high performances in such circumstances.  

This course is designed to help people, particular professional people, who now find themselves, or will shortly find themselves, having to manage people, a team, a budget, a department or a project. The content of this course will also be of value to graduate entrants and other development candidates.
By the end of the course, participants will:
  • Understand the key principles of management
  • Interpret and evaluate the impacts of different management and leadership styles
  • Recognise and understand the features of how to motivate and develop staff
  • Understand the principles of effective team management and development
  • Be aware of the techniques to manage performance and productivity
  • Understand the critical processes required to support managerial decision making
Topics covered will include:
  • Organisational structures
  • Motivation theory
  • Managing people and leadership styles
  • Control systems
  • Planning
  • A range of management theories
  • Decision making processes
  • Team building, development and motivation
  • Choosing and developing staff
  • Organisational culture
  • Managing change
  • Managing Budgets and Expenditure
  • Stakeholders and External Influences and Factors.

This course will be conducted in the English language.

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