New and emerging managers are tasked with the responsibility of managing a team to achieve results for the first time. They have to navigate a new environment, having moved past technical task-based familiarity with managing others.
The purpose of this programme is to take delegates through the fundamentals of management, addressing competencies required for effective management and covering everything from the functional competencies required of a manager to the more process orientated people management.
This programme is aimed at individuals who are earmarked as future leaders/managers in an organisation or individuals who have recently been promoted to management level and are now having to navigate a new landscape. This practical eight-week programme will enable delegates to develop a strong foundation for effective leadership and people management.
How you will benefit. You will learn to:
Understand the fundamentals of business and their importance in the overall functioning of an organisation
Enhance your leadership and management capabilities
Identify and enhance business communication strategies to achieve results
Effectively manage projects and your time
Understand the fundamentals of finance
Develop, motivate and manage a team
Key focus areas:
Fundamentals of management
Introduction to finance
Who should attend:
Individuals identified as future or emerging leaders
Individuals who are in a management role for the first time
Supervisors or team leaders
Minimum of two years’ work experience
Six days (two block sessions):
Session one: Managing for Impact
Session two: Management in Context
25 March 2020
The programme fee of R17,300 (incl. VAT) covers tuition, instruction material, lunches and refreshments.
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