“Management is the art of getting people to do what has to be done, while keeping them happy and motivated in the process”
Ian Mann draws on a wealth of consulting, academic and management experience to explain exactly how to do just that. This seminar provides delegates with a practical framework that looks behind behaviour, and provides the Manager with a toolbox of techniques to manage poor performance, motivate staff members and get the absolute best out of their teams. The emphasis throughout is on the practical application of management theory to the task of improving performance.
The mark of a professional Manager or Supervisor is the ability to turn around the performance of employees. Many managers are reluctant to deal with poor performers, and tolerate mediocre performance for far too long. In a time of tight staff and budgets there is no room for employees who are not doing their share. This course, utilising the unique "Management Arch", delivers a practical step-by-step approach that can be effectively used by every Manager.
This course will help you gain cooperation, consensus, motivation and buy-in from your staff, team members, colleagues and superiors by expanding your knowledge of what makes people "tick". If you are a manager of all the different groups that you work with, this highly interactive course is for you.
Ian Mann's book has already been praised by it's readers as a valuable management tool. Now attend the seminar and see how easy the practical application of management theory really is. This 1-day seminar has been designed to both benefit new Managers, and to give a totally new insight to more experienced Managers.
CBM Training is confident, (with a full money back guarantee), that all delegates will leave this seminar with many insights into the way they should be managing their people.
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