Time Management Skills You will never be effective if you cannot manage your time.

Effective people are able to make the best use of their time by focusing on what is important and making sure that the key tasks are completed efficiently. This training will help you polish your skills to highlight the behaviours and techniques that meet deadlines and deliver on objectives.

Organisation and Meeting Management Skills Change is the only constant in all areas of the professional work environment. New roles encompass a wider range of functions and require additional soft skills This training is not designed to deliver a total change in personality, but it is designed to give participants the skills and knowledge to organise themselves, control their work, and polish their skills to respond effectively to the new reality they face.
Moving into a Management Role Most people who are promoted to team leader or manager because of their core expertise, skills and knowledge, not because of any management skills. Once promoted they are responsible for the managing the group effort and maintaining group productivity. This often requires a substantial shift in attitude and focus and is often a steep learning curve for new managers. This workshop will give the managers practical techniques to adjust to the new role.
Effective Decision Making Decision making and problem solving define how we perform in business but research shows that most of us are poor at using data and probabilities to deal effectively with unfamiliar situations. This workshop will explore common pitfalls and examine how simple techniques and the growing use of machine intelligence will help us make better decisions and communicate them persuasively.
What Effective Managers Really Do This 2 day programme has been designed to strengthen the skills of managers to meet the challenges facing the organisation. The nature of management is changing and all managers need to refresh their skills to the workshop also addresses the importance of communication; an essential skill in getting the information you need from others, setting clear direction and building trust. It also covers the benefits of networking with key people within and outside the organisation.
Team Building: Developing High Performance Teams This three-day workshop will help you teach participants how to: - Identify different types of teams - Build teamwork by recognizing and tapping into the twelve characteristics of an effective team - Promote trust and rapport by exploring their team player style and how it impacts group dynamics - Recognize the key elements that move a team from involvement to empowerment and how to give these elements to their team - Develop strategies for dealing with team conflict and common situations - Use action planning and analysis tools to help their team perform better
Preparing your staff for the Performance Review The value of the performance review is greatly increased if both parties are prepared. The review should be seen as another part of the ongoing two way communication process, that is more productive when both people understand the process and the expected outcomes. This session is specifically designed for managers, who will then communicate the material to their staff prior to review, but it can also be delivered directly to the employees who will be reviewed
Project Management Essentials 1 Day Many people are thrust into a Project Management role or are doing their current job but also completing the Project Management function for their business. Others may find themselves unable to control, influence or interface with their teams and projects due to a lack of basic project management knowledge. This course will provide the learner with an understanding of Project Management. This will supply them with tools and techniques they can use to plan the scope and timeline required for their project.
Change Management For Managers Most organisations have been through a change in the recent past. However, the change strategy is just the start - what happens next is what determines the success of the change. In many situations, employees need help to adopt the new habits and engage with the change process. Managers who are tasked to implement the change can feel overwhelmed. They neglect the simple but focused interventions that may help them quickly achieve their goals. This workshop presents some techniques to help the managers to create a culture and support system to encourage collaboration, ownership and engagement. It encourages the managers who attend to learn from each other and share experiences.