Management First Steps


5 day intensive Development programme for new managers

September 18th -22nd 2017 - Cost- £1,800 - Including Vat

Management First Steps

Moving into management can be seen as a challenging step up in your career, a means of recognizing your competence and building on your skills and experience.

Management First Steps

Securing a position as a new manager  requires more than being good at your current role, but a new skill set is required. You will need to be confident in managing others, delegation, making decisions and building an environment where your team can work effectively together.


Top 6 challenges that new managers face


• Setting clear expectations and goals for team and its members

• Transitioning from co-worker to boss

• Effective promotion of team productivity

• Changing focus from accomplishing tasks to helping others to accomplish tasks

• Feeling the pressure to perform

• Effective business communication


Why Attend?


This programme is designed with the challenges of the new manager in mind, addressing the most salient issues that the new manager will face.  Providing a forum for exploring these challenges with other new managers, with expert leadership and management facilitators experienced in these challenges.

What will you achieve on this programme?

  • Gain an understanding of the characteristics and skill set of highly effective managers.
  • Gain a sound understanding of how to manage performance in such a way as to get the very best from your people.
  • Awareness of tools and techniques for developing a motivated and cohesive  team and its individual members.
  • Self awareness as a manager, and action planning for further development

Day 1 - The Management Role


Every new manager needs to differentiate their old role as a co-worker and their new management role.  This can be particularly challenging if you are managing people who used to be your co-worker.    This module explores the management role in detail.

  • Identify qualities and abilities required for effective management
  • Understand your role and responsibilities as manager
  • Learn to transition from individual contributor to manager
  • Know how to work effectively with a multigenerational workforce

Day 2– Managing the dynamics of your team


As a new manager you will need to manage groups and teams, understanding their norms and development, and the skills required to manage diverse teams. New managers from any discipline will need to gain the tools to appropriately select project teams that work well together and to the ability to harness the abilities/skills of individuals in the team, but also how to enable teams to work cohesively together. 

You will cover:

  • The ‘group as a whole’; theory and practice
  • Dynamics in your team and how to work with them
  • Dynamics ‘below the surface’
  • Overt and covert norms and roles
  • Change processes in groups
  • Compare differences between a ‘group’ and a ‘team’
  • Practical implications of differences between groups and teams for the manager
  • Explain situations when the formation of a group and/or a team would be necessary
  • Discuss the stages of group development and maturity
  • Explain factors which could influence the cohesiveness of work groups
  • Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of cohesive work groups

Day 3 - Performance Management


Quite often new managers are expert in their field, they have proven their sector knowledge/specialist skills, however as new manager the added dimension is how to manage performance of staff, some of whom may have been co-workers previously.

You will cover:

  • Explore tools and strategies for effective performance management
  • Understand and conduct performance planning, facilitation and evaluation
  • Practice the skill of setting goals, providing effective feedback and conducting alignment discussions

Day 4 - Coaching for Performance


As you start out in management  you will need appropriate tools for empowering and getting the best out of your team.  The development of coaching skills is a necessary management skill to ensure that you are able to optimise the talent within your team effectively.

You will cover:

  • What is coaching? How does it differ from ‘managing' or counselling? What coaching is and isn't.
  • Principles of coaching; contracting, practices, values, trust and confidentiality agreements
  • Issues and challenges faced by the in-house coach/manager.
  • The coaching cycle, the coaching process from start to finish of the programme and the coaching process of each session.
  • The GROW Model, a simple model to help define the objectives of the person you are coaching.
  • Conducting a coaching session – utilizing coaching tools/strategies

Day 5 – The Manager as the Developer of others


The most effective manager is one that is able to get the best out of their team.  The manager who understands that their success is integrated into the success of the individuals that they manage.  This module of the programme looks at the management role in terms of the importance of developing others.  

You will cover:

  • What is emotional intelligence? Harnessing E.I in management role
  • Emotional intelligence and the ECQs Emotional intelligence framework
  • The Johari Window
  • Developing Emotionally Intelligent Teams
  • Establishing emotionally intelligent norms
  • The importance of self awareness and self reflection
  • Identifying own skills, values and areas for future development
  • Creating a development plan for another
  • Monitoring development plan
  • Empowering the individual – through effective delegation and development opportunities
  • Creating the learning team through group problem solving - The Learning Team in action

Our workshops/seminars are……..Engaging,  Relevant and Practical


Our Experienced and expert leadership and management consultants, ensure that workshops/seminars are facilitated in an engaging and interactive manner.  Industry specialist they are committed to excellence. With experience of delivery training to executives at all levels  both in the UK and internationally you will benefit from their substantial breath of experience. This wealth of knowledge and experience will enhance your training experience, regardless of business context or sector.


Formal Certification and accreditation of training


This course is linked to the ILM Level 3 in Leadership and Management Certificate.  ILM offers Europe’s broadest portfolio of leadership, management, coaching and mentoring professional qualifications, with international recognition.  ILM qualifications allow executives to work towards qualifications that are relevant to their business/organisations and context. 

In order to obtain this prestigious and highly recognised qualification you will need to complete written assessments, in addition to attending the five training days.

Should you require this option you will be allocated an e-coach who will work with you to ensure that you are able to successful complete the written assessment.

This qualification route is optional, and is subject to additional registration fees.


Programme Features – non accredited option


• Expert Leadership and Management trainers/facilitators on training days

• Leadership coaching session

• Comprehensive course materials

• ILM Leadership and management professional membership

• Leadership Profile Report

• Access to Online e-resources

• Certificate of attendance

• Lunch and all refreshments


Programme Features – Accredited Qualification Option


• Lunch, and all refreshments  

• Expert Leadership and Management trainers/facilitators on training days

• Comprehensive course materials

• Leadership coaching session

• Access to Online e-resources

• Leadership Profile Report

• ILM Registration and certification

• ILM Leadership and management membership

• E-coaching – (assignment support)


Testimonials


“The course went over and above my expectations. The level of detail and content was excellent”
New Team Leader at London Borough of Lewisham

“I feel more confident and more well prepared to take on my new role”
Manger at Kings College Hospital


We can deliver this programme in-company, and customise according to your needs.


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23rd to 27th January 2017

 

18th to 22nd September 2017

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