Posted 02 February 2011 by Chris Farmer
Personal Development Courses
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• Bespoke in-house training.These can be tailored to your specific needs.
• Open training courses at locations near you.
Effective Management Skills Training
Why should you attend management training courses?
Why should you invest any time and effort to attend a management training course?
There are four good reasons:
1. If you are in business, you are in the businesses of serving people.
People are your primary resource. People are your customers, suppliers, financiers and workers. To get the most from your business, you need to get the most from people.
Good management training courses are about getting the most from the important people in your life.
Management skills are 65% people skills.
2. In business, you cannot force people to do anything
If you live in the U.K. you live in a mixed economy, which is built largely on the principles of free market capitalism.
The key word here is "free". People are free to choose to operate with you, OR not. Only the army, police, customs and prison service and some members of the NHS are authorised to use force.
You cannot use force to make people bend to your will.
Instead, you must persuade, teach, and inspire people to give more.
Many people have not learned to persuade.
They try to force their ideas so they come across as "too pushy".
Good management training courses are about getting your message across in a persuasive and attractive manner.
3. Today's economy requires that people continually learn new skills
The principle of lifelong learning requires that some people can teach.
There will be occasions when you are the teacher.
You will need to develop and train others to become more informed and skillful.
Are you a good teacher?
Have you ever learned how to teach?
Most people have not thought about the best ways to teach others.
Good management training courses will help you to teach, train and inspire others
Management Training courses should be packed with interesting and practical techniques.
Are you willing to learn them?
4. Everyone has their ups and downs, their strong and weak points
It is easy to handle a person when they are feeling happy and working to their strengths.
But what about the opposite?
What will you do for the person who is feeling unhappy and at their worst? What are you going to do?
Occasionally, you must help people through tough times.
Have you ever studied the techniques you will need?
What are you going to say?
How will you turn them around?
Good management courses give you the tools to inspire confidence and motivation in others.
Management training courses should include material about the attitude of mind needed to get the best from yourself and others. We will discuss the ideas of "continuous improvement" and "rational optimism".
Good Management training courses are a discussion of key skills. These skills are the themes that appear repeatedly throughout your working week. They are the "must have" abilities if you want to improve your results.
The key skills include the practical use of language, and listening and it also includes important concepts such as building the "self-image" and the "self-esteem" of others.
Good management training courses are about formulating your own, specific "success formula".
We will cover a definition of success.
What do you want/ need to achieve in the next year, to be successful? From there we will think about what skills and resources you need to achieve the goal. We will learn how to give effective feedback, both on target "positive" and the "off target negative" feedback.
We will finish on the concept of "change": How change and adaptation is the essence of securing your better future.
So if you are ready, let's plunge in. Put yourself onto the next two day management training course