Supervisory Management - Introduction to First Line Management
Who is it for?
First line managers and supervisors with little management experience who need to understand the basic skills in managing and developing their direct reports.
First line managers often have superb technical skills which is the reason they are promoted, but lack the very different skills to manage others.
You need to think like a manager and act like one which can be daunting. This workshop is designed to answer some of those questions at the forefront of your mind….
How much authority do I have?
What should I really be doing now?
How do I get my points across?
How do I motivate my old workmates to undertake the jobs they are assigned?
How do I tell people they're doing a great job?
How do I tell people they're doing a bad job?
How do I cope with stepping up into a new role?
- The role of a first line manager. What should I be doing?
- How do I communicate effectively?
- Managing my friends
- What motivates my staff?
- How do I get it all done?
- Prioritising your workload and delegation skills
- Introduction to handling interpersonal conflict
1 day, normally between 9:30 and 4:30
£395 (+VAT) per person on scheduled course. £1195 (+VAT) for training at your premises for up to 12 delegates. Unless stated otherwise, travel time is included in the price.
“Excellent, delivered at a correct level in an enthusiastic manner by a knowledgeable teacher.”
CB from Genzyme Diagnostics
"Very professional, the course was fun and interesting."
LG, Genzyme Diagnostics
"A very good course – ideal for someone coming into a managerial role."
AD, Pharos Insurance Brokers Ltd
Just like to say thank you and it was a great experience and have learnt a lot from the course. I would love to find out if there are further courses available in the future for me to attend, so I could expand my knowledge and gain more experience from these courses for me to progress.
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