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It's Okay to Be the Boss Participant Workbook

£47.50

Categories: Instruments , Workshops
Code: 8500
This one-day workshop provides clear, step-by-step ‘back-to-basics’ guidance to help individuals become strong, highly-engaged managers who know how to position their employees for success.

Are your managers guilty of undermanaging?

It's time to address the biggest problem in most workplaces - an undermanagement epidemic affecting managers at all organisational levels, in all industries.

It’s Okay to Be the Boss: The Management Workshop

Too many of today's supervisors, managers, and leaders are failing their staff and their organisations by ‘undermanaging.’

• 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 addresses the under-management epidemic in It’s Okay to Be the Boss: The Management Workshop . This one-day workshop provides clear, step-by-step ‘back-to-basics’ guidance to help individuals become strong, highly-engaged managers who know how to position their employees for success.

The one-day programme explains eight back-to-basics techniques that clearly show how managers at all levels can become capable, highly-engaged and develop the confidence and skills to:

• Manage everyday and conduct effective regular one-on-ones with direct reports

and others

• Talk like a performance coach and communicate clearly and effectively

• Work effectively with each direct report individually and acknowledge their strengths and weaknesses

• Create an environment that holds employees accountable

• Make expectations of employees clear by telling people what to do and how to do it

• Monitor, measure, and document employee performance

• Solve small problems before they become big problems

• Tie rewards to performance.

Learning Outcomes:

• Understand the major components of leadership

• Identify the characteristics of a successful leader

• Evaluate personal leadership strengths and weaknesses by comparing your results to 'good' and 'poor' leaders

• Develop a personal action-plan for improving leadership skills and abilities.

FORMAT Instructor-led programme
OBJECTIVE To learn how to avoid ‘under-managing’
TIME REQUIRED 1 day
AUTHOR Bruce Tulgan

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