Overview:The workshops aims to inculcate skills and the abilities to become an effective and an outstanding manager. The world in which we all live in today requires manager to be dynamic now more than ever. Managers are now required to motivate their team as well as empower them in every aspect of decision making that could be critical for the organization in the long run. Globalization has made the organizations demand that managers should also be able to work with diversified team. The responsibilities of a manager are now one of the most challenging and demanding – which is predicted to grow more in intensity as the world progresses.
Who should attend this program?- Newly hired managers
- Team leaders
- HR managers
- Aspiring individuals who seek to become future managers
Benefits:To the organization:
1. Building a team of skilled and competent managers
2. Having managers who accomplish the organization’s goals effectively
3. Creating a culture of professionalism and competency through skilled managers
To the individual:
1. Being able to work with and lead diversified teams
2. Achieving work and life balance through proper planning
3. Improving one’s own output by staying organized and continuously seeking betterment
Agenda:- Identifying one’s own managerial style and potential: Assessing one’s own managerial style and its implementation as well as further improving it
- Communication and coaching skills: Understanding how to communicate to your team and providing them essential feedback as well as facilitating them to bring a positive response and a productive output.
- Handling out responsibilities: Being able to comfortably trust your team with vital responsibilities as well as knowing the importance of what to delegate and to whom to delegate it to. Tackling barriers to delegation.
- Being productive when the pressure is on: Practical application of managerial skills in the real world where the bar is always high. Not only achieving goals but exceeding them among competition in the market. Learning to review performance and dealing with the ones who fall short of the mark.