Many a time, technically competent persons tend to assume managerial positions without adequate training. Sooner or later, though, they get perplexed by the demands required to successfully transit from technically oriented to managerial jobs. In worse scenarios, the managerial ineptitude displayed by such persons makes them fall drastically in performance. As a result, top-level management becomes frustrated and may regret its initial decision that ratifies the managerial status that such persons may have acquired.
In order to prevent and resolve the crises that these managerial neophytes and their superiors could plunge into, this seminar aims at transmitting and disseminating a codified body of general management skills, principles and behaviours needed to promote managerial life in modern organisations.
- General Principles of Management
- Managerial Roles and Skills
- Delegating Effectively 1
- Delegating Effectively 2
- Conceptualising the Unique Behaviour of Your Organisation for Career Advancement
- Managing Boss-Subordinate Relationships
- Managing Subordinate-Boss Relationships
- The Management Process
The programme is designed to benefit three key groups: New Managers, inexperienced Managers, and upcoming Managers