Are you feeling overwhelmed with all the time that managing your team is taking? Are you worried about taking HR action that could place your business at the risk of an employment tribunal and all the associated costs?
Managing staff can be hard, motivating and managing staff takes up an average of 20% of a manager’s day! That's a WHOLE day EVERY week!
When I first started managing a team, I wondered if I’d ever get my stuff done! I arrived at the office before my team and left after them, just to clear my To-do’s, it was exhausting! Then I learnt how to manage effectively …
Complete our Management Fundamentals Course and you’ll be:
Confident handling underperforming staff, so that you aren’t making allowances for their shortcomings.
Delegating responsibilities to your, with confidence that they’ll deliver on time.
Able to focus on working in your zone of genius and doing the things that you love in your business.
Able to take a break without worrying that your business won’t cope without you.
Here are the details:
Our Management Fundamental's training is a self-study course created to provide you with the skills needed to be an awesome People Manager, you also receive an interactive workbook with exercises to solidify the learning, using real life case studies.
You will learn:
Management Responsibilities, so that you can focus your attention and develop your skills in the areas that will ensure success for you and your team.
How to set tangible, realistic and quantifiable objectives, to that you encourage the right type of behaviour in your team.
How to conduct 1-2-1 meetings with your team, so that you can give both positive and challenging feedback whilst maintaining a positive working relationship.
How to carry out a formal Performance Improvement Plan, so that you can properly address performance issues within your team and support your team’s improvement.
How to follow a disciplinary process in a manner that is legislatively compliant, so that you can carry our disciplinary investigations and hearings with confidence.