Upon completion of the course, participants will have the skills and knowledge required to smoothly transition to the position of new manager.
New and future managers.
Please note that training courses are non-consecutive days
April 23 to April 24 and May 27 2020
- Day 1 : April 23 / Day 2 : April 24 / Day 3 : May 27
September 24 to September 25 and October 27 2020
- Day 1 : September 24 / Day 2 : September 25 / Day 3 : October 27
May 21 to May 22 and July 3 2020
- Day 1 : May 21 / Day 2 : May 22 / Day 3 : July 3
October 29 to October 30 and December 8 2020
- Day 1 : October 29 / Day 2 : October 30 / Day 3 : December 8
September 29 to September 30 et November 10 2020
- Day 1 : September 29 / Day 2 : September 30 / Day 3 : November 10
- UNIT 1 - Define the internal environment (of the company): review the internal contextual elements to integrate into the decision-making process
- UNIT 2 – Define the external environment to integrate into your decision-making process
- UNIT 3 – Define your vision as a manager: identify your vision, values and principles
- UNIT 4 – Deepen your knowledge of self: list your strengths and weaknesses
- UNIT 5 – Clarify your managerial role: apply a recognized management process (PODC and PAS)
- UNIT 6 – Identify your development needs and those of your team: plan the next steps of your personal development
- UNIT 7 - Communication and influence: identify the communication strategy that is most relevant for a given context
- UNIT 8 – Conflict management: apply basic principles for conflict management situations
- UNIT 9 – Managing difficult personalities: identifying individuals with difficulties personalities
- UNIT 10 – Managing time and priorities: applying basic principles for managing time and priorities
- UNIT 11 – Managing meetings: applying basic principles for managing meetings
- UNIT 12 – Hiring and firing: applying basic principles for hiring and firing employees
- UNIT 13 – Summary of the last few weeks: taking a critical look at the activities of the last few weeks
- UNIT 14 – Integrating new skills: establishing the foundations for future actions
Using case studies and scenarios, participants will develop the skills they need in their new role as managers.
You just got a promotion and now you’re in charge of a team—congratulations!
This course will help you develop the skills you need to ensure that your transition from colleague to manager goes as smoothly as possible. When someone becomes a manager, his success no longer lies in his personal accomplishments but rather in those of the team. Moreover, the new manager becomes part of the management team, which means that he must make changes to his interpersonal and behavioural skills.
This course was designed to equip new managers with the tools they need to be successful in their new role and become key players in the organization.
Very lively, clear, interactive and current.
Stéphane D. / Chef d'équipe, C2 Innovations Inc.