New Manager's Five-week Success System: 25 Days > Management
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Are you a new manager, or soon-to-be manager, who has not had any training in management?
You are probably good at doing what you do, but managing others is a new skill. You need to win respect, motivate effort, and improve performance. There is a lot to learn.
The New Manager's Five-week Success System will give you all the information you need to start managing effectively, from day 1.
And, if you are already a new manager, then you will be able to apply this material straight away, and get immediate results.
Dr Mike Clayton - my Management Story
Hi, I'm Mike Clayton. I’ve been training new managers for nearly 20 years. And I was once that new manager myself, so I know the challenge of going from a doing role to a managing role. It doesn’t matter how good you are at doing: management is something new.
So, I have included in this course all the things I most wish I'd known when i started managing teams of colleagues. And I have created it around nuggets of advice that you can put straight into action: 100 of them.
Using thee tools, ideas, and methods, I was promoted from Manager to Senior Manager at Deloitte Consulting in one year - the minimum possible.
Here's what you'll get...
At the end of this course, you will be able to manage your team well… and to do so with confidence. You will be ready to take your place as an effective manager in your organization.
In this course, you’ll get 25 modules, covering all the basics of management. They are split into five sections with five themes:
- Personal effectiveness
- Communication skills
- Managing individuals
- Managing teams
- Manager’s toolkit
Take a look at the 25 lectures in the curriculum to see what you'll be covering, in more detail.
So, that’s one group of five videos a week: one a day. Each video gives you four essential tips that you can apply straight away to get guaranteed results. They build up into an indispensable list of 100 ‘do this’ essentials that will transform your ability to get results.
Do you want to succeed quickly?
...or fail slowly?
Take this course if you aim to succeed in management, and you want to make a rapid start.
Especially if you are in a management role for the first time and feel out of your depth, without the support and guidance you need.
Let Mike Clayton, with 20 years of being a manager and training managers, be your guide.
Do You Have to do One-a-day for Five Weeks?
That structure makes it easy for people with only a few minutes to spare, each day.
If you prefer to work through them, faster, or to dip in and out, or to watch what you need, when you need it... That's all fine by me.
And however you watch these videos, don't forget: I will be here to answer any questions you have.
And What if you have questions?
I will be on hand to answer your questions if you get stuck, puzzled, or just want to know more. As a professional trainer, this is what I do, and I promise to respond within 24 hours of your question arriving with me from Simpliv.
Enroll for this course now, so you can start to regain control of your life straight away.
Who is the target audience?
- This course is designed for new managers
- ... or soon to be, new managers
- This course is perfect if you are strong technically or functionally, but have had little or no training in the craft of management
- Take this course if you aim to succeed in management, and you want to make a rapid start
- And particularly take this course if you are in a management role for the first time and feel a little out of your depth, without the support and guidance you need
- You won't need any materials or specific knowledge to do this course
- However, experience of organisational life will help you to put these modules into context
- Handle themselves and be seen by peers and their bosses as managers, rather than as capable doers
- Present, solve problems, manage their time, and deal with colleagues in a confident, assertive way
- Manage the people in their group or team, setting effective goals, delegating, and giving feedback
- Deal with poor performance, and develop staff
- Communicate at a managerial level to negotiate, motivate, and resolve conflict
- Develop their team and harness the power of a team, dealing with setbacks in team dynamics and running good team meetings
- Deploy five of the most essential tools for any manager to have in your toolkit
Discover the Triangle of Confidence and four great tips for showing and feeling confidence in your new role.
You'll be expecting your people to do things on time, but how well can you manage your own time? Here are the four most important things you need to know.
Assertiveness is about more than 'getting what you want'. It is about how you go about dealing with people. This video will show you the key to getting it right.
As a manager, you can't avoid problems: arguably, that's your job. So here is a powerful process for solving problems effectively.
Setting the right goals, effectively, is the first step to getting the results you want. How will you set goals for your people? Four things will make a big difference.
Management is often about getting other people to do the work. The art of delegations therefore central to your new role. Here is the how of doing it well.
When people are working for you, you have a responsibility to let them know how well they are doing. This is important in motivating and developing them. Four tips will sharpen your feedback and make it more effective.
People will sometimes fail to meet your standards. How you respond can be the difference between enthusiasm to do better and entrenched performance decline. So, how should you handle this tricky situation?
Every manager wants to get the best from their people and develop their skills. Coaching is, perhaps, the most valuable of your tools. So here is the essential introduction to coaching that you need, as a new manager.
If there is one skill everyone should develop - for workplace and lifetime success - this is it. Here are the four most important facets to improve your listening ability.
Keeping your people well motivated is essential to your success, if you want them to perform at their best, go the extra mile, and bounce back from setbacks. Motivation s both complex and simple. We'll focus on the practical things you can do.
As a manager, you'll find yourself doing a lot more meetings. So it is vital you know how to make the best of all of that time.
For some reason, many people shy away from negotiating. It will be a lot easier when you understand the four steps, and how to use them to get great results.
Conflict is not fun, but it is a necessary part of life. How well can you handle it, though? Here is a process for dealing with it effectively, and four indispensable tips.
Why are teams more powerful than individuals and how can you harness that power to serve you organisation?
Teams develop in a predictable way, and if you select the right behaviors, you can speed things along and get the best results at each stage.
A great team will go through setbacks from time to time. Yet you will want to constantly nudge it back to peak performance. Here's how.
Great team management requires a lot from you. But there are four essentials that will deliver 90% of your success.
If you want to make your team meetings productive, energizing and effective; here are my top four tips.
The difference that makes the difference. This is how emotional intelligence has been described. Not sure what it is? Watch this video for the four keys.
Transactional Analysis s the go to tool for understanding inter-personal dynamics. If you're expecting some of that, then you'll need this module.
This is the five step process that allows you to handle any sudden request, setback or challenge.
What's the right style to adopt in a situation? This tool will help you choose well.
The Powerhouse Loop is the ultimate secret to success in any context.
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