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Objectives & Outline of Management Training

There are plenty of outcomes to look forward to in opting for management training workshops.

Typically, these workshops will:

Enable participants to highlight their development opportunities and strengths.

To have managers prepared for leading people with different behavioral traits.

Give a chance for all participants to practice their delegation, performance feedback skills and coaching.

Provide a stage for discussing strategies to successfully deal with difficult employees and challenging situations.

Overview of management training workshops

In an age where tight resources are becoming the norm of the day, managers rely on the employees they directly supervise as well as others in getting the job done satisfactorily. These workshops are ideal for those managers who delegate to traditional teams as well as virtual teams. Also, in these workshops, participants will have to go through practical exercises and hands-on activities to enable them to focus better on basic components of delegating tasks, establishing goals, sharing performance feedback and opportunities to grow.

Our program will allow graduates to:

  • Use appropriate integrative frameworks to identify company-wide problems and discern between their causes and symptoms; use those frameworks to create solutions to problems and think through their strategic implications including projects, contingency plans and the creation of business unit plans.

  • Enact strategy, including management of contingencies, emergent strategies and other modifications to existing plans.

  • Effectively plan, prepare and execute negotiations; use various processes and tools for bargaining, negotiating and resolving disputes; know the principles of effective negotiation and have practiced negotiation skills in a number of in-class and personal settings.

  • Identify, assess and develop appropriate responses to operational/implementation risks.

  • Identify, plan, budget and initiate projects and monitor project performance.

  • Develop a supply/distribution environmental assessment and a supply chain strategic plan; conduct supplier/customer evaluation; manage inventory, pricing, capacity and order fulfillment processes in the supply chain and understand the impact of supply chain decisions on profitability, assets and sustainability.

  • Lead, facilitate and contribute to effective work groups and teams; manage dispersed work groups (virtual teams).

  • Create a shared vision and mobilize energy toward goal achievement; manage organizational change and communication; overcome resistance to change.

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