European Institute of Management and Finance | Moving from Employee to Manager: A Highlight of the New Working Environment
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Moving from Employee to Manager: A Highlight of the New Working Environment

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Moving from Employee to Manager: A Highlight of the New Working Environment

 

To obtain best results, and achieve economies of scale, companies must build accountability as one of the critical success factors. When a person is promoted to a supervisor or a manager within his organisation, accountability is the first task one must master, in order to succeed.  The manager needs to understand the role and that the manager is there to assist teams to operate at high levels while delivering the best outcomes.

 

There are specific accountability areas that need to be understood and developed so that success can be achieved in the new role, including to identify what performance means for each team member and how to keep this at a sustained, acceptable level.

 

 

Training Objectives

 

By the end of the programme, participants will understand the requirements of the managers role:

 

  • Understanding the importance of identifying the competence levels of their teams
  • Understand the core elements of responsibility
  • Understanding the necessary skills of accountability
  • Consider how to generate ownershipthrough leadership and motivation
  • Consider the importance of adapting their leadership styles

 

 

Training Outline

 

New Managers’ Working Environment

  • Benefits from the use of management tasks
  • The Importance of Management Methods
  • Competence of the new manager within the company structure

 

Model of Competence and Delegation of Work

  • Professional relationships with colleagues and friends
  • Separation of work and social role
  • Brainstorming: what do we achieve with each managerial work?

 

The new Challenges of the Manager

  • The dynamic working environment
  • The Manager of People and the Manager of Work
  • Workshop: how do we develop the human factor in every project?

 

Key Factors of Administration and Leadership

  • Indicators for Progress Review
  • Factors of Environmental Analysis
  • Method of Situational Analysis – “SWOT”
  • Case study – setting goals – The S.M.A.R.T.

 

 

Training Style

 

The programme is designed to deliver management and supervisory knowledge and enhance participants’ understanding of the manager’s role, via short lectures, practical examples, and real-life cases. A short assessment tool will also be introduced allowing participants to consider their strengths and weaknesses.

 

Case studies will also be looked at to help participants understand how to work within similar situations.

 

 

Who Should Attend

 

The workshop is primarily aimed at:

 

  • Newly appointed managers
  • Managers who need to understand their role
  • Team leaders and promotable employees
  • Key persons in SMEs
  • Freelance Businessmen
  • Training Managers