To achieve great results every business and organisation requires every employee to continually develop their skills and behaviours. When an individual is in a management role, they take on the responsibility of achieving those great results through other people.
In 90 minutes delegates will learn the real secrets of how to be a great manager by:
- identifying the 7 traits of an excellent manager
- understanding how to “grow” yourself as a manager
- understanding how to “grow” others as managers
- identifying your preferred management style.
In this fast paced, high energy, practical and highly interactive workshop we identify what makes an excellent manager.
In a short facilitated activity participants identify some of the challenges they currently face in their role as a manager.
We facilitate a group activity to identify the six characteristics of an excellent manager – what the best managers know, do, say, see, hear and look like.
In a practical group activity participants identify the key qualities of an excellent manager and we explore the differences between being a manager and being a leader.
The workshop identifies the three things all excellent managers do and participants learn about the four questions every manager needs to ask of his/her team – at least once a year.
The workshop concludes with everyone identifying his or her preferred management style using a short psychometric profile.
“Before you become a manager, success is all about growing yourself; when you become a manager, success is all about growing others.”
Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric