Making Managers

Asking an employee to make the transition from a non-managerial role to a managerial one without taking the time to develop him or her is a recipe for failure. Effective, high-quality management is key to organizational success. No matter what your industry, your organization needs to have skilled managers in place to be the best […]

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Asking an employee to make the transition from a non-managerial role to a managerial one without taking the time to develop him or her is a recipe for failure.

Effective, high-quality management is key to organizational success. No matter what your industry, your organization needs to have skilled managers in place to be the best it can be. But managers don’t just appear out of nowhere, equipped with the skills to succeed. Managers need to be developed. And while your organization is likely to do a mix of external hiring and internal promotion, taking the time to develop new managers from within the organization is a worthwhile time investment. There are several strategies that can help you develop new managers, which ensures not just the success of individual employees but of the organization as a whole.

In this workshop, the participants will understand the value of investing in employees and developing management. By focusing on development opportunities, the participants will establish a culture that retains top talent and improves succession planning.

The Course is an on-site course that contains:

  • 12 Modules
  • 15 Practical Activities
  • 10 Case Scenarios
  • 10 Discussion
  • Multiple Choice Questions

You will have full access to online content including material review, answering questions, and getting your certificate only after completing the onsite course.

Please attend our on-site course to know the full details, or contact us: [email protected] / +968 985 88 085

Workshop Objectives

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss strategies for developing new managers
  • Understand the importance of defining a clear management track
  • Determine core roles and competencies for managers
  • Understand the importance of continuous development for managers
  • Apply the principles of manager development to your own organization

Module One: Getting Started

1
Workshop Objectives

Managers are Made Not Born

1
Managers Must Be Developed
2
Management Skills Can Be Learned
3
Managers Learn by Being Managed Well
4
Create a Management Track
5
Module Two: Case Study
6
Module Two: Review Questions

Module Three: Create a Management Track

1
Clearly Define Roles and Competencies
2
Provide Tools
3
Identify Candidates Early
4
Clearly Define the Management Track
5
Module Three: Case Study
6
Module Three: Review Questions

Module Four: Define and Build Competencies

1
Clearly Define Competencies Needed
2
Identify Strengths
3
Identify Development Needs
4
Provide Development Opportunities
5
Module Four: Case Study
6
Module Four: Review Questions

Module Five: Managers Learn by Being Managed Well

1
Pair New Managers with Mentors
2
Reward Effective Managers
3
Emulate Effective Managers
4
Create and Document Best Practices
5
Module Five: Review Questions
6
Module Five: Case Study

Module Six: Provide Tools

1
Provide Manuals and Policy Documents
2
Empower New Managers
3
Provide Support
4
Provide Training and Development Opportunities
5
Module Six: Review Questions
6
Module Six: Case Study

Module Seven: Provide Support

1
Encourage Peer Networking
2
Establish Resource People
3
Encourage Mentor Relationships
4
Establish Regular Check Ins
5
Module Seven: Case Study
6
Module Seven: Review Questions

Module Eight: Identify Strong Candidates Early

1
Development Begins Early
2
Identify Candidates Early
3
Identify Candidates Through Reviews
4
Develop Those with Management Goals
5
Module Eight: Case Study
6
Module Eight: Review Questions

Module Nine: Clearly Define the Management Track

1
Make the Path to Management Clear
2
A Clear Track Is a Guidepost
3
A Clear Track Ensures Quality Training and Support
4
Succession Planning and Change Management
5
Module Nine: Case Study
6
Module Nine: Review Questions

Module Ten: Empower New Managers

1
Making Decisions
2
Asking for Help
3
Support, Don’t Micromanage
4
Continuous Growth and Development
5
Module Ten: Case Study
6
Module Ten: Review Questions

Module Eleven: Provide Growth Opportunities

1
Provide Continuous Growth Opportunities
2
Create a Development Plan
3
Provide Regular Feedback
4
Encourage Mentoring
5
Module Eleven: Case Study
6
Module Eleven: Review Questions

Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

1
Words from the Wise
2
Lessons Learned

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