This course offers a comprehensive overview of good management practice for those new to supervision. This course introduces delegates to the variety of skills needed to be successful and offers insights into how to personally manage the transition from being a ‘technical expert’ to supervision and management. If you are new to supervision or management this course offers a compendium of ideas which will impact your practice immediately.
Managing people is not easy, it is challenging and the early experiences of newly appointed managers can be marked with anxiety, stress and insecurity. A good start therefore becomes critical to build confidence in today’s increasingly competitive business climate.
This course will feature:
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
This course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:
This course will utilise a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. The Tutor will utilise a combination of presentations, videos, class discussion, group and self reflective exercises in order to examine all the elements of content. In a risk free environment delegates can practice skills in a non threatening environment. The emphasis will be on building the confidence for success.
The Foundations of Management
Building High Performing Teams
Motivating and engaging your people
Managing Priorities and Delegating Deliverables
AZTech is an ILM (Institute of Leadership & Management) Recognised Provider and offers a number of Endorsed Management and Leadership programmes. Aside from AZTech’s Certificate of Completion, delegates will be able to pursue ILM Endorsed Certification (which typically involves passing an additional study, either a work based assignment or on-demand assessment) after the conclusion of this ILM endorsed programme.
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