Level: Supervisory, junior to middle management
Who should attend?: Junior and middle management
Duration: 1-day (08:30 – 16:30)
Cost: PE – R1 700 pp | CPT & POL – R1 820 | JHB & DBN – R 1 950
This course is the perfect follow up to Developing Your Management Potential I and further assists managers in their role of developing and leading a team, department or company concentrating on more specific business tools and theories. In all our management training courses we try to encourage the learners to bring their own challenges to the table.
8 Common Themes of Successful Companies
Analysing the organisation as an holistic entity – what components determine success as quoted by Forbes Magazine following their interviews with managers worldwide.
Using the Conscious and Unconscious Learning Matrix
Human learning matrix and psyche – understanding the interaction and how they determine our standards and benchmarks. This matrix is used specifically to help us understand the disconnect between expectation and delivery and how we can go about closing that gap
Using the JOHARI Window
A practical method for assessment – understanding how it works and how to apply the methodology effectively, not only for individuals, but as part of a team, a 360 feedback or even as customer care surveys
Using the SWOT Matrix
No management course is complete without the age old matrix that helps us to determine our strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats
Aligning our Values
This highly effective module helps us to determine strategic vision through giving us a practical and easy to use tool (adapted from Edward De Bono 6 Value Medals) that assists us with decision making. Used in conjunction with the Force Field Analysis it is extremely powerful.
Using the Force Field Analysis
Understanding this method of decision making and its effective application for all supervisors and managers
Using Situational Leadership
The four leadership styles required in the skills vs. will or ability vs. motivational aspect of productivity
Using Feedback to Its Greatest Advantage Not Just APOP!
An in depth discussion regarding the theory of feedback and practical implementation vs. legal HR requirements