The First Time Manager training is focused on developing the leadership skills of people who do not have management experience, have recently been promoted or will occupy a leading position in the organization they are a part of. During the training you will identify ways in which you can adapt to the new manager role, you will receive working tools and techniques to motivate the team for achieving the desired results.
This program is aimed at newly promoted people, those who want a career in management but also those interested in discovering the latest and most effective management models and new techniques for increasing general productivity.
✓ The DISC principle. Knowing one's own personality that helps identify and overcome certain personal barriers.
✓ Vision, mission, values. Defining your own vision and implementing it in the department you are a part of for a better performance.
✓ Subconscious and goals. Confidence in the skills acquired and an increase of influence that helps you gain a favored positioning in a project or for a future promotion.
✓ Personal challenges. Valuable experience from the exchange of information, case studies and concrete examples from the activity of the other group colleagues, which help you gain new perspectives of action.
✓ Social status. The participation diploma, which confirms the completion of the management program and the level of knowledge acquired, issued by one of the most recognized training companies on the market.
✓ The DISC principle. Identifies the personality type of the future manager and the corresponding classification in the new role.
✓ Vision, mission, values. Defining the objectives of the new manager role to the team members, which saves time in the operations.
✓ Subconscious and goals. Experiential teaching mode, a better transmission of management objectives to team members (interactive simulation and practical exercises that help set concrete and achievable goals for increasing team/department performance), which saves time in running operations.
✓ Personal challenges. New perspectives and experiential learning for the optimization of the projects leading to the economy (human, time) and the investment of the resources saved in other key activities.
✓ Social status. Awareness and assumption by the participants of the leading role, the package of benefits they receive from the organization becoming an investment and not just a cost.