Core Management Training
This program offers managers, team leaders, supervisors, and professionals an opportunity to enhance their skills and discover new strengths within themselves. We introduce management tools which leverage their ability to handle current and future challenges.
Specifically, we deliver management training in the core areas of communications, time management, critical thinking, and leadership offering each person new insights and perspectives. Success is measured by their increased self-confidence, the ability to think independantly and to act on a more strategic basis.
Communication and Conflict Resolution
We will focus on a broad range of toolsets including:
1. differing perspectives
2. emotional levers
3. maintaining a strategic focus
4. taking ownership for our communications
5. levels of interaction, pace and frequency management
6. conflict management
7. how to always have the perfect response
8. communication protocols
9. 17 rules for effective communication aka “how to survive inter-generational interactions”
Time Management and Resource Planning
We will focus on becoming more effective while maintaining a better life-work balance, specifically:
1. effectiveness vs. efficiency
2. managing strategies and principles
3. task-time-energy-outcome management
4. dashboards with key stakeholders
5. personalized time mapping with flexible applications
While encompassing traditional time management doctrines, this program differs in that it takes an approach which requires less discipline than our current world and is incremental in execution.
We will focus on the ability to work both inside and outside the box of traditional thinking to realize that the impossible can be overcome on a daily basis. We will cover:
1. 360 SWOT analysis
2. environmental change models
3. relationship paradigms
4. problem management and planning
We will cover how to interconnect strategic objectives to tactical outcomes while maximizing resource productivity (human capital, financial capital etc.) Included will be:
1. definitions and breakdown of traditional thinking
2. new perspectives
3. overcoming limitations and perceptions
4. relationship paradigm models
5. understanding stakeholders and interaction methodologies
6. entrepreneurial decision making
7. paradox inversions
8. effective management roles and responsibilities
9. key stakeholder relationship analysis
This program is delivered in an interactive group setting with real world context provided by the participants. Workbooks are provided which will act as an orientation support tool during the course and a handy reference guide going forward. It is ideally suited for 8-10 people per course but can accommodate 12 where required. This has been shown to be an excellent foundation before leveraging internal training and development.
It is conducted over 4 half-days, usually once a week, but can be delivered in several configurations to meet differing client needs.