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Bringing structure to the roles and responsibilities of management

Make no mistake, organisations need great managers to manage both technology AND people. But the loudest squeak gets the oil. Managers can get caught up in their departments and will continuously request technical training and upgrades to make their department more efficient.
Do you know any organisation that places too much emphasis on technical training and allows the people management skills to ebb away? It’s the people management skills that keep the organisation lubricated with a positive attitude and a “can do approach”. In this course participants discover the 7 Modes of Modern Management:

  1. Manager as Strategist
  2. Manager as Productivity Director
  3. Managers as Change Champion
  4. Manager as Validator
  5. Manager as Coach
  6. Manager as Performance Consultant
  7. Manager as Organisational Psychologist

 

“Every manager needs to be a strategist.
If your managers are not pursuing your strategic objectives then what are they doing?”

Manager as Strategist

Every manager needs to be a strategist. If your managers are not pursuing your strategic objectives then what are they doing? Too many managers make their own department objectives which bear little resemblance to the organisation’s objectives. C-R-A-Z-Y

  • Review Strategic Objectives
  • Critique how objectives are measured
  • Lining up all the ducks in a row
  • Wise words from Drucker about the role of managers
  • Strategic questions that must be applied to every task and project

Manager as Production Director

What movie are you the production director of? Do you know what your audience (customer) wants? Can you make a better movie more effectively and efficiently? It’s time to learn some dramaturgy disciplines. It’s interesting how many managers get stuck in silos and never see the greater picture, Ready...Set...Action...

  • Evidence based outputs
  • Getting new ideas to boost productivity
  • Understanding customers needs and expectations
  • Dramaturgy at Disneyland
  • Time management essentials