DEVELOPING MANAGEMENT SKILLS

This workshop is aimed at all those who are interested in developing their own skills and those of their colleagues, especially managers, trainers and other personnel practitioners. It provides practical guidance on how to make development and learning happen at work. It will not be a theoretical discourse, although some useful theories will be used – rather, it will give the participant some ideas on how to make the best use of the opportunities that already exist, and how to create new ones by translating concepts and theories into action. This workshop also cover 33 management and leadership practices that distinguish effective managers from ineffective ones. Participants learn the concept and skills needed to fulfill six key managerial roles.

CONTENT
1. Facing of Business Changing Trend
  •  Changing Factors and Self Defense Mechanism Stereotype
  •  Self Assessment of Business Changing Awareness
  •  How to Utilizing of the Volatile Situation
2. The Managerial Role & Profiling
  •  Six Key Managerial Role : Visionary, Orienteer, Investor, Information Manager, Influencer, and Leader
  •  Assessment & Feedback
3. Failure Factors of Managing People
  •  Leader or Manager
  •  Managers Perception Profiling of Their Staff Attitude
  •  How to Know and Lead Staff with Different Attitude
4. Leadership
  •  Leadership Style Assessment
  •  How to Use an Leadership in effectively
  •  Determinant Factor of Success Leader
5. Motivation
  •  Definition of Motivation
  •  Motivation Theory from Maslow vs Herzberg
  •  Understanding of Worker’s Motivation
  •  Motivation at Work Evaluation
  •  Best Practice to Motivating Worker
6. Performance Appraisal
  •  Performance Appraisal Skill Inventory
  •  Best Practice of Coaching and Mentoring Staff
PARTICIPANTS
Managers who need develop and improve their management skill effectively

EXCLUSIVE METHOD
Self Assessment, Case Story / Group Interaction

DURATION
Two Days