The Etiquette Of Good Managers

Programmes-The-Etiquette-of-good-ManagersBeing good at the job does not always translate into being a good manager. It takes a great deal of skill and knowledge to be able to motivate, evaluate and manage a team. A manager must have a firm grasp of the business, but also must be able to communicate well with others, a skill that does not always come naturally.

Being an effective manager is all about people. Good managers get their work done through, with and by developing their people. Managers who are most effective, know their people’s talents, and take the time to get to know their people.

The EQTD’s Becoming High Performing Managers & The Etiquette of Good Managers, is especially tailored for individual in management roles or those who want to do so in the future. It will teach participants to take a proactive approach to re-learning the ropes of managing people.

In this programme, participants will be taken through 7 steps that EQTD has identified to becoming high performing managers.

Programme Content
Participants will leave with following:

  • Managerial confidence in themselves and their abilities;
  • Understand that ‘management’ is a people management skill;
  • The ability to learn how to trust others;
  • The facility to discover how to be ‘inclusive’ as a manager and not be an excluder;
  • The knowledge that consistency is not rigidity;
  • An appreciation of the fact that they make decisions, but accept input from others;
  • The ability to admit mistakes, and work on rectifying them.
Learning Outcomes
Participants will gain the following insights from the programme.

  • STEP 1: BE YOURSELF
    Objective: Managerial confidence in themselves and their abilities
  • STEP 2: MOTIVATE PEOPLE
    Objective: Understand that ‘management’ is a people management skill
  • STEP 3: THE ART OF DELEGATION
    Objective: The ability to learn how to trust others
  • STEP 4: TREAT EVERYONE EQUALLY
    Objective: The facility to discover how to be ‘inclusive’ as a manager and not be an excluder
  • STEP 5: KEEP YOUR DOOR OPEN
    Objective: The knowledge that consistency is not rigidity
  • STEP 6: ENCOURAGE CREATIVITY IN YOUR TEAM
    Objective: An appreciation of the fact that they make decisions, but accept input from others
  • STEP 7: LEARN FROM YOUR OWN MISTAKES
    Objective: The ability to admit mistakes, and work on rectifying them

Our Most Recent Etiquette Of Good Managers Clients

Wilmar International, Tumble Tots, Empire Hotel Brunei, CIMB, MGCC, Ayamas, KFC, Pizza Hut, Accretech

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