Everything that you need to get started with It’s Okay to Be the Boss. Includes the comprehensive Facilitator Guide, sample Participant Workbook, and flash drive with supporting materials. Participant Workbooks are sold separately.
Are your managers guilty of undermanaging?
Too many of today's supervisors, managers, and leaders are failing their staff and their organisations by 'undermanaging.' Falling victim to the empowerment craze of the last decade, they seem to have forgotten what it means to be the boss and are chronically undermanaging their employees. They do not take charge on the day-to-day business basics. They don't spell out expectations. They don't keep track of performance measurements. They don't correct mistakes or reward success.
Bruce Tulgan's message, 'It's okay to be the boss,' addresses the biggest problem in most workplaces - an under management epidemic affecting managers at all levels of the organisation and in all industries. It's Okay to Be the Boss: The Management Workshop provides clear, step-by-step 'back to basics' guidance for helping people in supervisory roles become the strong, highly engaged managers who know how to position their employees for success.
It's Okay to Be the Boss: The Management Workshop is designed for anyone in a managerial or supervisory role who is concerned about retaining valuable employees and helping them work more productively. Although the primary audience is mid-level managers with some experience, the workshop can also be conducted for people who are new to managing and for senior-level people who manage other managers.
The ideal size for this workshop is forty participants, and the minimum recommended size is twenty. During the programme, participants work together in table teams of four to six, with team leaders chosen by the groups.
It's Okay to Be the Boss Facilitator Kit Contents:
About It’s Okay to Be the Boss: The Management Workshop
About the Audience
About This Training Package
Why Managers Don’t Manage
How Managers Become Strong and Highly Engaged
Become Familiar with the Programme
Learn About the Participants
Prepare Workshop Materials
Prepare Yourself to Conduct Training
Set-up of the Training Environment
Equipment and Supplies Checklist
Guide to the Icons
The Facilitator’s Script
About the Author.