ObjectivesUpon completion of this course, participants will be able to effectively transition to their positions as new managers.
Targeted audienceNew and future managers.
- UNIT 1 - Define the internal environment and external: review the internal and external contextual elements to integrate into the decision-making.process.
- UNIT 2 – Deepen your self-knowledge: list your strengths and weaknesses.
- UNIT 3 – Define one’s mission as manager: one’s management mission, values and principles.
- UNIT 4 – Identify your development needs and those of your team: plan the next steps of your personal development and the development of your team members.
- UNIT 5 – Clarify your managerial role: apply a recognized management process (PODC).
- UNIT 6 – Managing meetings: applying basic principles for managing meetings.
- UNIT 7 - Managing difficult behaviours : apply basic principles for managing difficult behaviours.
- UNIT 8 – Managing personnel: applying basic personnel management principles.
- UNIT 9 – Managing time and priorities: applying basic principles for managing time and priorities.
- UNIT 10 – Summary of the last few weeks: taking a critical look at the activities of the last few weeks.
- UNIT 11 – An invaluable tool – The co-development approach: using the co-development approach for resolving issues in the workplace.
TEACHING METHOD Using case studies and scenarios, participants will develop the skills they need in their new role as managers. Theory: 30% Practice: 70%