Effective people management is an acquired skill, and an extremely powerful tool once mastered. But very few people are born managers – for most, it is something that comes through experience, management training, and proper guidance.
Whether you’re a newly appointed manager or supervisor, or you simply want to enhance your existing management skills through formal learning, this three-day course will equip you with the necessary knowledge and tools for success.
We don’t just feed you information – we provide you with a detailed action plan that you can apply on your own team back at work.
By the end of the programme you’ll be able to:
A line manager’s role and responsibilities
Leading your team to effectiveness
Planning and scheduling work
Interviewing, induction and training
Managing change in the workplace
Decision making and problem solving
Managing meetings and presentation skills
UK Power Networks
Dec 11, 2014
Emotional intelligence (EI) – described by business psychologist Dr Susan David of Harvard University as ‘the ability to solve problems with and about emotions effectively’ – is essentially the measure of how well a person monitors their own emotions and the emotions of others, and how they
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As part of Thales UK’s commitment to nurturing raw