iManage provides a range of proven leading management training for all levels of experience.
It is how we started nearly 20 years ago, in fact we still have our original clients who come back time and again with new employees and teams.
Organisations love our unique innovative approach which explores classic management theory and best practice but also reflects real world application. We inject energy into every programme we run, creating inspirational, knowledgeable and confident 21st century managers.
Whether you are new to management or a seasoned senior manager or even Director, an iManage management course will help to both hone your skills and inspire new ones.
Attending an iManage Performance management course will also contribute towards personal and professional development. All our training is based on the latest thinking and best practices.
Management Courses FAQs
Why do a management course?
The simple answer is that highly engaged employees are good for business. Managing people is much more than knowing about how to make good business decisions. A management course can help you to engage your employees, improve your decision making and learn transferrable skills, such as effective communication and recruitment interviewing.
What level of experience is needed for these management courses?
We cater for a wide range of management experience, from senior executives to aspiring managers who are yet to have any direct reports. We pride ourselves on understanding the management level of the attendees and ensuring that the course content is a perfect fit for them.
Whether you are an accomplished leader or have been newly promoted into a management role, our tailor-made courses have something to offer for all levels. Leadership and management training aren’t beyond the best managers as even great managers can learn more and benefit from refreshing skills.
What will I learn?
Our courses are pitched to exactly the right level according to your existing skills and requirements. Our management training courses explore classic management theory and best practice, as well as offering inspiring and actionable insights. We’ll help you to understand management priorities, teach effective communication and equip you with the skills you need to be a confident and effective manager in your business.
How long is the management course?
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Latest Management Resources and Guidance
Oxygen masks first – Twelve ideas for remote management self care.
As we move forward, it’s evident that we are entering a new phase of remote working. Almost everyone we speak to is expecting the world of work to have permanently changed as a result of the (forced) experiment of the past year. In short, we are in this remote working thing for the long term, which means that everyone needs to stop and recalibrate what’s working for them and importantly what’s not! In our effective remote management phase 2 series, as are focusing on a number of new areas that managers need to stay abreast of.
So would you turn up at a meeting with a paper bag over your head?
In this weeks blog I’m going to address the thorny issue of not using cams when remote working. It seems to be a growing trend that in some organisations not using your cam is considered OK or even encouraged. I’ve recently even heard the phrase ‘cam fatigue’ being used.