NEW MANAGERS TRAINING

NEW MANAGERS TRAINING

In today’s business world, every elevation requires new exposure to a particular level of knowledge to ensure desired results are achieved. The complexities of today’s work environment, becoming a supervisor or a manager demands new skills and new approaches to getting things done. New managers and supervisors must now learn how to lead, motivate, and accomplish tasks effectively and efficiently through others. This course is designed to help you lead using the situational leadership model, motivation, delegation, decision making and to keep focus on achieving the organization’s objectives.

  • Responsibilities of New Managers
    • Why most new managers and supervisors fail
    • Managing in the new competitive landscape
    • Managing for competitive advantage
    • Roles and responsibilities
    • The four functions and ten roles of management
    • Skills needed at different management levels
    • Common mistakes made by new managers and supervisors
  • Teams and Leadership
    • What makes a team?
    • How teams can fail
    • Characteristics of high performing teams
    • Stages of team formation
    • Teams dynamics and team building
    • Situational leadership and its application to team leadership
    • Current trends and issues
  • Mastering the Art of Motivation
    • What is motivation?
    • Myths about motivation
    • The main theories
    • Current trends and issues
    • Implications for managers
  • Delegation
    • What is delegation and why to delegate?
    • Root causes of poor delegation
    • Learning the steps to effective delegation
    • Empowering and motivating employees through delegation
    • The do’s and don’ts of delegation
  • Time Management
    • Definition of time management
    • Identifying your time wasters with the activity log
    • Dealing with and managing your time wasters
    • Start planning effectively
    • Using the priority matrix and to-do list
  • Problem Solving and Decision Making
    • Tools and techniques
    • The traditional approach to problem solving
    • The helicopter view
    • The Ishikawa fishbone technique
    • The How-How technique
    • The dos and don’ts of brainstorming techniques

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Discover their role as new managers or supervisors
  • Apply different leadership styles to successfully lead and motivate their employees
  • Empower employees through motivation and delegation
  • Create and manage winning teams
  • Manage self, time, and stress in a restless work environment
  • Apply new tools and techniques to improve problem solving and decision making