Experienced manager programme
An experienced manager knows the basics. They know how to manage workload, how to give feedback and how to communicate with their team. But for managers who want to take their team to the next level – is this enough?
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Knowing the fundamentals is great, but to build high performing, motivated teams, managers need to be able to adapt and respond to changes and help navigate their teams through the challenges and opportunities they present. Building on the experience managers already have, our programme help managers build the skills that are key in making the difference between good and great teams.
The programme starts with a self-assessment to identify what each participant feels they want to get out of the session, ensuring the programme is focused on individual goals and tailored to each participant.
6 group virtual instructor led workshops, each exploring a different theme central to great management are at the heart of this training programme. These workshops incorporate practical tips, are backed by science, and provide an in depth understanding for managers on specific strategies and methodologies they can implement with their teams.
The programme is supported by a series of self-led learning which builds on the knowledge gained during workshops and is designed to embed the training received. Self-led learning activities provide insight and context to the workshops, enabling participants to tailor the workshop to suit their own goals.
Who will benefit?
wanting to build a high performing team and needing to further develop their skills as a manager to take their team from good to great.
keen to refresh their management skills around some of the more complex areas of the role.
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Building high performance teams
Teams that perform well are self-motivated, accountable, and driven. High-performing teams should also have strong psychological safety and a collective purpose.
More organisations are moving to encouraging managers to have regular and informal coaching conversations. The research shows this has a positive impact on performance
Our teams perform at their best when they feel empowered to do so. Create empowerment for different situations within your team, so that individuals can enjoy an appropriate level of autonomy and accountability in a safe and supportive environment.