Successful managers get things done. Learn the art of management that sets you apart—FAST. Using extensive guided role plays, self-audits and in-depth skills exercises, you will explore motivation, delegation, coaching, communication, performance management and leadership.
Take this course to fill your skill gaps and get your team—and your career—to new levels of greatness. Be ready to apply what you learn and return to work with new knowledge, insights and practical methods to help you be a successful and effective new manager.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Managers with one to three years of experience who are seeking additional management training.
Boost your confidence level as a new manager
Build skills to help employees gain more competence
Match your leadership style to your employees’ developmental needs
Develop a climate that fosters motivation and camaraderie
Prepare to point the way for your team by providing clear vision and direction
Equip employees with the resources they need to be effective
Confidently help employees solve problems and overcome barriers
Seminar Frequently Asked Questions
Is this training good for first-time managers?
The Management Skills for New Managers training is a great resource for first time managers. This seminar allows you to build the solid foundation and habits you'll need to be a successful manager.
Are there specific management exercises that I can share with my team after the seminar?
Yes, after every seminar attendees are given various materials and resources to continue to build on what they learned. These resources can be shared with peers, but they may be lacking the hands on context the seminar provides.
What managerial skills will this seminar help improve?
Some of the skills you can expect to work on during this seminar will be leadership, communication, critical thinking, collaboration. The training is designed to give you a well rounded understanding of what it takes to be a good manager.
What type of credits or certifications can I earn with this seminar?
is an approved provider of project management training by PMI. So you can Project managers can receive PDUs for training.
Defining Your Role as a Manager
Identify Qualities Required for Effective Management
Describe How Managers Provide Value
Identify the Roles and Responsibilities Managers Perform
Describe the Contextual Issues and Challenges Managers Face
Continuous Performance Management
Define the Goal of Performance Management
Describe a Process for Effective Performance Management
Identify the Challenges to Performance Management
Demonstrate the Skills of Performance Management
Understanding and Appreciating Situational Leadership® II
“The Art of Influencing Others”
Definition of Leadership as an Art of Influencing Others
Examining the Three Skills of a Situational Leader
Applying the Three Skills
Coaching for Performance
Identify the Importance of Coaching
Identify the Requirements for Effective Coaching
Identify the Micro-skills of Effective Coaching
Use a Process for Coaching Behavioral Challenges
Identify the Difference Between Coaching and Discipline
Building a Motivational Climate
Identify the Manager’s Role in Employee Motivation
Identify the Importance of a Motivational Climate
Recognize Important Elements of the Motivational Process
Identify Managerial Practices for Building a Motivational Climate
Delegating for Growth and Development
Identify the Types of Delegation That Managers Can Engage In
Identify the Importance of, and the Barriers to, Effective Delegation
Assess Your Current Delegation Practices
Identify What Can—and Can’t—Be Delegated
Describe the Phases of Effective Delegation
Use a Process for Conducting a Delegation Discussion
Join our public courses in our Istanbul, London and Ankara facilities. Private class trainings will be organized at the location of your preference, according to your schedule.