Develop Your Management and Supervisory Skills To Help Build Stronger Relationships, and Manage and Lead People More Effectively
Winging it, and relying on technical know-how and industry experience no longer cuts it when it comes to being an effective manager in today’s increasingly competitive and demanding business environment.
Get equipped with what you need to know to step up, and manage with real impact at the Management Skills for Managers and Leaders two-day training event.
You’ll discover how to engage and motivate teams better, manage change skillfully, defuse difficult situations with greater confidence, be the coach others can turn to and trust, understand the science of getting things done, learn ways to improve your emotional intelligence, and uncover the key elements of effective leadership that every manager serious about fast-tracking their progress needs to know.
This course is rapidly becoming a favoured go-to for individuals and organisations that expect more from management training, and could be the ideal addition to your professional development too, so take charge and secure a spot today.
Next course: 8-9 March 2018 (Sydney) – strictly limited spaces.
What will be covered?
- Critical management and leadership skills for results
- Getting projects completed on time and on target
- Improving your rapport and communication skills
- Effectively delivering feedback and discipline for employee growth
- Engaging your team, curbing absenteeism and employee turnover
- Leading organisational change and fostering a ‘can do’ culture
- Developing your personal management style and presence
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Why is this type of management training so important?
Too many people find themselves floundering in a management or supervisory role, unsure of how to improve their results and hoping for the best. Lack of performance comes at a significant cost to themselves, their teams and the organisation.
All too often, managers don’t have a clear picture of what effective management looks like and are confused by the differing leadership styles of others around them.
By empowering managers and supervisors with the skills and knowledge to bring out the best in themselves and the people around them, productivity will lift, staff retention and satisfaction improves, and overall effectiveness rises – and that, of course, is good for everyone.
Very inspiring training and I feel I’ll be able to implement the ideas.
Deputy Manager, Marketing for ANU Joint Colleges of Science
Australian National University
Next course is scheduled for:
Dates: November 8-9, 2017
Location: Novotel Darling Harbour, Sydney, NSW
Time: 8:30 for 9:00am start until 5:00pm. Periodic breaks are offered throughout each day and lunch and refreshments will be provided.
What course attendees have to say…
The entire two days of the Leadership and Management Skills course was exceptional. – David Thompson, Workshop Manager, Industrial Maintenance and Fabrication
Well paced, great content, delivering very much a two way and interactive course. – James Campbell, Supervisor, Isuzu
This course was delivered at a good pace for me to be able to really take it in. – Damien Pereira, Maintenance Manager, Big River Group
Jeremy delivered a thoroughly enjoyable experience to get his message across effectively. – Greg Muir, Operations Manager, Borg
Great interactive training course, kept attendees focused and interested. – Ash Livingston, Manager of Quality, Safety and Assets, Aboriginal Housing Office
The course was delivered at a good pace with a nice balance between listening and interaction. – Linda Hawman, Coordinator Community Engagement, City of Darebin
The whole course was a fantastic experience. – Sally Fox, Operations Manager, Viatek Services
Excellent, an energetic and inspiring training. – Gordon Bish, Product Development Manager, Rubicon Water
A really good experience with great learnings. – Loshana Kurthikeya, Finance Manager, Aboriginal Housing Office
Really good course with lots of practical examples given; extremely useful. – Anita Ponturo, Assistant HR Manager, Australian National University