Old ideas of management about telling people what to do and expecting compliance, no longer apply. Management today is about sharing ideas and responsibility, about helping people to connect with the organisation, as well as dealing with ambiguity and uncertainty. But how do you get the best from all your people? How do you generate an increased sense of belonging? How do you inspire your team to take responsibility for change? Organisational success is now determined by an increasingly diverse workforce, yet every day, gifted and talented managers fail because they aren’t good at dealing with the human factor. More than ever before, in our technology assisted workplace, it is the manager who plays the pivotal role in turning on or turning off the productivity of the people who work for them. Results from the recent UK Government Employer Skills Survey revealed that ‘The most common skills deemed to be lacking among existing mangers were people and personal skills’.
With a focus on applied approaches, this pragmatic and practical programme provides proven tools and techniques to develop emotionally intelligent practices. You'll discover new and reliable methods to engage your employees, create meaningful relationships and leverage better performance results for you and every person you manage.
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Who is it for?
Suitable for: new and emerging managers, team leaders and anyone wishing to update themselves on the latest practices including supervisors and human resources.