managers are made than born, and excellent managers are those who
engage in ongoing development. Our management development services
expand your capacity for personal effectiveness and leadership --
and your ability to empower individuals and teams.
often fall into a pattern of either over-control (“micro-managing”)
or under-control (“laissez-faire”). There is both an
art and a science to managing people in a way that empowers accountability
while providing strong support for your staff. It may be summarized
in the principle, “Manage for results, not process.”
approach begins with bringing clarity to the role of a
manager, and establishing principles and practices for effective
management. We explore with you:
What it means to be a manager
What your commitments are as a manager
How you will measure your success
What pathways will allow you to achieve the results you want,
How you will ensure that you stay on track to achieve them.
selected technologies, we develop your capacity to:
Be effective on a personal level
Support your employees in becoming effective
and designing a common culture for your organization’s management
Workshops to develop and apply principles and practices for effective
Periodic workshop follow-up empowerment meetings, in which lessons
learned are identified and captured and we develop together new
practices to address specific issues as they arise.
workshops include topics essential to powerful management:
The art of communication as a manager
How to be an excellent listener
Practices for managing projects and priorities to empower, not
Maintaining professional and empowering relationships
Managing personal work load with ease
Dealing with “difficult” employees
importantly, we support you in BEING an effective manager, rather
than necessarily DOING more managing!
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is the art of producing results through others."
real job of a manager is to inspire employees to be their best and
establish a working environment that allows for them to be their
best.... Management is an attitude – a way of life."
Bob Nelson and Peter Economy, Managing for Dummies