Effectively Managing People and Teams: Melbourne

A session at Effectively Managing People and Teams: Melbourne

Discover how you can effectively integrate excellent planning and organisational skills with the people skills of communicating expectations, motivating, delegating, coaching and leading your team to reaching organisational objectives.

Key Learning Outcomes:

Identify a managers unique responsibilities and qualities. Appreciate the changes in your style needed to inspire and influence others. Learn to set tangible, accountable and manageable expectations with your manager and team. Understand the difference between leadership and management. Appreciate the importance of EQ vs IQ in becoming an effective people manager. Mastermind your transition; build new relationships, managing vs doing and managing upwards. Recognise and adopt motivational and influential communication styles. Discover how to manage difficult conversations. Acquire the necessary skills to manage staff performance, coach and develop. Develop skills in delegating, prioritisation, problem solving and able decision making.

About the Course:

This intensive 2-day program is designed to provide individuals with the skills and techniques necessary in their transition to a management role. The adjustment from being managed to being the manager is the biggest challenge in todays demanding business environment. With the diverse mix of generations in the workforce, the ability to bring people together, maintain motivation, address performance and deliver results is a challenge that cannot be underestimated. Learn how to create, empower and lead a cohesive team to achieve results through delegation, coaching, effective prioritisation and able decision-making. Youll learn how best to approach each individual in your team _ and how to juggle the multiple demands on you as a manager, whilst maintaining the focus on the efforts of both you and your team.

Booking: http://atnd.it/6571-1

Price: $ 2524.50 AUD

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Date Tue 19th August 2014

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