Are you considering a move into management? Or looking to improve your managerial skill set?
We know staff management isn’t easy – line managers play a crucial role in any organisation as they are in a position to inspire and motivate their teams, drive results, and boost productivity. That’s why it’s crucial you are sufficiently supported.
HOW WILL IT WORK?
Participate in a one-day training workshop to work through a detailed, interactive programme with a specialist trainer.
AFTER WORKSHOP TRAINING PROGRAMME
Take part in a post-event email training programme where you will receive expert-prepared modules containing reading packs.
COACHING CALL WITH YOUR TRAINER
Receive after training care and participate in one to one coaching call with the trainer during which you will be able to go through all issues relevant to your work settings.
The Becoming an Effective Line Manager Certificate will help you to develop your leadership skills, enabling you to achieve your professional goals and deliver results for your organisation. You will have a chance to develop your skills and emotional intelligence and ask all the questions you need regarding the nature and demands of your role.
- Registration and networking
You in your new role - transition from an employee to manager
Explain and know what your role and responsibilities are and how to achieve all
Identify the skills and knowledge needed to transition from staff to manager with ease
Set personal goals allowing you to further develop yourself and others
What is employee engagement and does it matter?
• What are the drivers for employee engagement
• Overcoming constraints in implementing and sustaining engagement initiatives
• Evidence for engagement – gaining support from senior stakeholders and how to making a business case for employee engagement programmes
• Examples from organisations that successfully embraced employee engagement
- Morning refreshments
Empower yourself - know your self and recognise your leadership style
Explain the difference between leadership styles and skills needed to be an effective manager
Understand your own strengths and weaknesses and how to further develop to better serve yourself and your team
Adapt your leadership and communication style to different personality types
- Buffet lunch
Working on your own development to be a better and inspiring leader
Understand Emotional intelligence and how it impacts you and team performance
Explain the different motivational theories, when and how to use them
Taking care of yourself, asking for help, and finding a mentor
Providing coaching and performance feedback
Coach individuals and team and therefore impact performance
Follow ups and setting performance improvement plan
Use current tools and techniques to enable effective feedback to be given
- Close of conference
- Part 2
Post event training
Each module contains reading materials, key learning points and questions for reflection. These modules also reflect the recent judgement on the Isle of Wight term-time leave case.
- Module 1
- Absence Management
- Module 2
- Module 3
- Recognising and engaging your employees
- Module 4
- Mental Health and Wellbeing
- Part 3
Post event feedback
Receive an after training care and participate one to one coaching call with the trainer during which you will be able to go through all issues relevant to your individual work settings