Title: MANAGING PEOPLE & PERFORMANCE
Start Date: 2013-07-09
End Date: 2013-07-10
Managing others can be the most frustrating and challenging part of a managers role, yet done well it can also be the most rewarding. What are the skills and strategies that make great managers? How do managers get the best out of themselves and others, creating a motivating and engaging workplace? How do effective managers manage underperformance and how do they have those tough conversations and get positive outcomes for all concerned?
This workshop focuses on the skills and strategies of effective managers and people and performance management. We explore:
- what it means to be a manager
- how to manage your own time and priorities
- how to communicate expectations in a way that gets results
- how to best use your performance management system
- how to coach, develop and support others
- how to give feedback in a way that makes a difference
- how to have the tough conversations if we need to.
Along the way we also explore the personal skills and attributes of an effective manager and what it means to manage well.
You will leave inspired and motivated to put into practice a range of easy to use strategies that will make a difference to your management practice and workplace.
Presenter – Helen Rees (Frameworks for Change)
Helen facilitated the ‘Positively Managing People’ program for five years and currently runs both performance management and leadership programs with corporate, public and not for profit organisations. She brings a practical and engaging approach, providing participants with a range of conceptual frameworks and practical strategies which are readily applicable in the workplace.
This session is offered by The Training Consortium. ATDC members are eligible for Training Consortium membership rates.
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