19
DEC
2016

The New Manager Boot Camp Program – 26th and 27th January 2017

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You’ve worked hard to develop expertise in your field, earn recognition and success within your organization. Now you’re moving up to management, which brings a whole new world of exciting possibilities, but potential challenges and uncertainties too.

Most of us are promoted to be managers, but rarely are trained to be one. Mastering the art and science of effective management requires an additional set of skills, which when learned can often transform the daunting task of management into something profoundly satisfying. Your organization benefits too.

Build Skills and Confidence

Newly Appointed Managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders, Junior Managers, Line Managers, Acting Managers, soon to be appointed Managers and those already in management but with no formal training in management. Our New Manager Boot Camp brings new managers together to develop effective and healthy management practices to ensure that your strategy gets executed, that the business succeeds, and that you keep attracting, the best people out there. Using a combination of lectures, case studies and individual and group exercises, this 2-day boot camp prepares you to manage – and lead – effectively and with confidence. You’ll also hear from guest speaker from high-profile Company about his/her personal experiences as new manager, lessons learned and tips for success.

Course Objective

By the end of this boot camp you will be able to:

  • Recognise and avoid the common mistakes made by new managers.
  • Prioritise your time and delegate effectively.
  • Effectively plan and structure your own and your team’s priorities.
  • Maintain a highly motivated and effective team.
  • Manage performance and provide constructive feedback.
  • Recognise the need for change within organisations.

Who should attend;

Newly Appointed Managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders, Junior Managers, Line Managers, Acting Managers, soon to be appointed Managers and those already in management but with no formal training in management.

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