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The Emerging Leader
“Develop your Essential Managerial




Programme Information (Modular Programme)

This programme is for you if you are new to management, or a functional or technical specialist about to embark on a managerial role and would like to increase your business acumen, build your self-confidence and raise the performance of yourself and others.

This programme focuses on the vital link team leaders play in delivering the organisation’s strategy, standards and expectations, as well as the practical support required for managing yourself and others; motivating your team and enhancing your people skills and how to get the best out of your management style.

You will leave with an action plan relating to your specific work situation

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Why Enrol?

  • Enhance your credibility as a manager through increased business acumen, greater self-confidence and more authentic relationships
  • Understand the big picture – build commercial awareness
  • Build trust and gain respect – empower your teams and motivate individuals for greater performance
  • Understand your own management style and how to manage others in a way that fits with your style
  • Develop effective coaching and delegation capability, whilst undertaking skills practice – Managing others: delegation, managing performance, influencing without authority, conflict management and dealing with “difficult” people
  • Managing others: delegation, managing performance, influencing without authority, conflict management and dealing with “difficult” people


General Information

This programme will focus on five key aspects

  • The manager in co-ordination with others – how to build more effective relationships and teams
  • The manager in relation to the business – particularly marketing and finance
  • Managing yourself – including delegation and managing meeting
  • Managing performance – managing the performance of others and working with conflict
  • Bringing it all together – so what does this mean back in the workplace?
Exploring the role of an effective manager

You in relation to others:

  • What knowledge, skills and attitudes are required today and in the future?
  • Explore the attributes of an authentic manager
  • Use of psychometric tests to enhance your self-awareness and to gain a better understanding about what drives other people’s behaviour
  • Identify your current network and how to enhance your relationships with your team, and professional contacts
  • Building effective working relationships – managing your emotions in all situations and managing up the line
  • Effectively influencing others
  • Understanding team roles and the dynamics of team interaction
  • Building high performance teams through effective decision-making, team motivation and empowerment
Managing Performance

You in relation to the business:

  • Understanding strategy, the big picture and your role in it
  • The essentials of marketing and the importance of customer value 
  • An overview of commercial awareness

Mastering self-management:

  • Time management and effective delegation
  • Running effective meetings
  • Practical problem-solving
  • Personal impact and influencing skills

Managing performance:

  • Diagnosing performance problems in others
  • Managing and working with “difficult” people
  • Practising courageous and productive conversations
  • Giving and receiving feedback

Who Should Attend?

This programme is for those who are newly appointed to management, or more experienced managers and leaders, who want to develop their leadership style, skills and techniques in order to meet the day-to-day challenges you and your team face

Send Enquiry

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