Whether you are conducting a formal interview or holding one to ones with your staff you will want to get the best out of each situation. This programme will help you to set the right tone for an interview, ask the right questions and manage the process so you get the results you want.
All managers have a responsibility for getting their message across effectively, whether it be in a formal or informal setting. In this programme you will find out how to ensure that you present information in such a way that you get your message across perfectly by preparing both your delivery and yourself, to bring your audience with you.
"Great Tips for Effective Delivery of Presentation Content"
As a manager you are a role model to your staff – so what sort of example are you setting? In this programme you will find out what being a role model really means and how to consciously set a good example in behaviour and attitudes. We will also consider how you can use role models yourself to improve the example you set for others.
Do you ever find that you have no energy or no enthusiasm for what you have to do next? In this programme you will discover the importance of managing yourself well and how to take control of your own physical and mental state, no longer needing to depend on external circumstances. Just as athletes prepare for a sporting event you will learn how to prepare yourself for situations at work so that you perform at your best more easily.
In many work places staff are organised into teams and making the team work effectively is a crucial responsibility of the team leader. In this programme we will consider strategies for developing a strong staff team through having a common focus and by using the diverse strengths of individual team players. You will learn how you, as team leader, can make the difference and help your team to be extremely effective.
Why do some people seem to achieve so much more than others? In this programme you will learn how to use long term goals to give direction to your life, professionally and personally. You will be offered ways of setting short-term and interim goals to fit into the content of your long-term goals. Specific techniques will be introduced to assist you in working towards your goals and realistically achieving them.
Do you spend hours of your precious time in boring, ineffective meetings? In this programme you will learn how to prepare for meetings in a way that helps to make them more focused and effective. We will also look at ways of keeping meetings on track so everyone benefits and feels that meetings are no longer a waste of time.
Do you ever wish there were more hours in a day and wonder how you are going to fit everything in? In this programme we will explore how better planning can save you time. How being ready for whatever you have to do allows you to use your time more effectively and how to make time management techniques fit your personal preferences. We also deal with the problem of time-wasters and offer strategies for reducing their effect so that you have control of your time.
Restructuring, new responsibilities, updated systems – just a few examples that require us to view change positively and treat it as an opportunity, as opposed to a disruption. You will also learn how to help others to deal more positively with change so that you can all approach it far more constructively. You will be encouraged to not just manage change but to actively promote it as a more satisfying way of life.
As managers, we have to make decisions all the time and it is always a concern that you might not make the right decision. In this programme we will consider how you can ensure that you have prepared well to enrich your decision making and be confident that your decision, when implemented, will work.
In any job it is important to know how to motivate yourself and, of course, other people. In this programme we will look at some of the general patterns of motivation which apply to all of us. We will examine your personal motivating factors and how to use them, then apply the same principles to motivating others. A guide to better management is a collection of twelve titles based on neuro linguistic programming.
Every manager has to influence others more, as we change from command and control management to a more empowered work force. In this programme you will explore the preparation and techniques which enable you to be a powerful and ethical influencer. You will add to that, the skills for handling negotiations so that both sides feel they have gained and come to win…win.