As your management and leadership experience increases, so do the challenges and responsibilities involved. While much can be learned ‘on the job,’ there are many tried-and-tested techniques that can support you as you progress through your career, and you can learn these through effective management training.
We help you understand the roles and responsibilities of a middle manager, looking at the differences between management and leadership and the behavioural skills that will make you an effective leader in a modern organisation.
If you’re an experienced middle manager looking to build upon your existing management skills, the tools and knowledge learned on this course will help boost your success as a leader.
This programme builds upon the fundamentals of management. You’ll have the opportunity to complete an assessment for an ILD L5 Award in Management. We can also suggest a range of resources for further learning.
By the end of the programme you’ll be able to:
Role and responsibilities of middle managers
Interpersonal and communication skills
Assessing own skills and knowledge
Management and leadership
Personal management style
Skills of the middle manager
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