Introduction to Management – The model manager

The Model Manager course is one of our most popular courses with many original clients still offering it to new starters and promoted staff.

It is a fully immersive introduction to the art of management and what it takes to be an inspirational and effective manager.

A lot of talented individuals are promoted to management roles without having had any training.

They are tasked with leading and motivating a team which may not be skills that they naturally have. This course plugs the gap by exploring essential management skills and introducing ideas that can be developed to create a unique personal management style.

We look at the skills, competencies and mindset required. We look at the challenges and opportunities that all managers face and how to overcome common difficulties. The course uses a mixture of classic management theory punctuated with real world examples from our experienced trainers, all of who have been managers in a wide range of sectors.

Whilst this is designed for the first time manager, it is also useful as a refresher for more experienced managers.

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Introduction to Management – The Model Manager FAQs

Who Is This Course For?

For those who are new to management.

What Will You Learn?

  • The role the manager plays
  • The key traits of managers and leaders
  • How beliefs drive our behaviours
  • Successful mindsets and beliefs of the model manager
  • How competencies translate into everyday behaviour
  • How to make permanent changes in the workplace
  • How to your own management style

Latest Introduction to Management Resources and Guidance

The old ways are the best ways! 

I’ve recently had the privilege of revisiting some tools and techniques that I first learnt way back in the 1980’s working for a Dupont manufacturing division.   After world war II the USA sent a working party to Japan to assist in reconstruction following the devastating blows of the two atomic bombs that ended the war in the East.

No Problem, No Development!

So, what was the last thing you learnt to do?  Chances are, whatever it was, you will have learnt it to solve a problem.  Even those things that are in the realm of hobby or interest, it’s likely you were still solving a problem.  Take for example ‘learning a new language’ there’s a problem, you cant speak that language yet and you want to for any number of reasons.