Management is the art of achieving results through people. One of the particularly difficult steps in management is the initial transition from self-management to manage others.

We provide support with our Management Development Project in order to facilitate the shift to “work and people management” process. The project is customized with Company’s priorities. 

Our goal with this project is to equip managers with the necessary knowledge and tools so that they can:

  • Determine their strengths and areas needing improvement as managers
  • See the basic elements of people management
  • Use their authority at the right time and in the right way
  • Look at the system from a higher level
  • Draw out a development map for the team
  • Initiate development dialogues with the team
  • Give effective feedback
  • Act according to the situation
  • Get the team focused on the objectives
  • Inspire teams
  • Prepare a development action plan as managers.

Our manager development project consists of the modules of trainings listed below. These training sessions are designed to be conducted either as stand-alone modules or as packages to be customized for your corporation’s needs.

  • Prioritization of tasks
  • Assertiveness and Building Trust
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Effective Communication
  • 360-Degree Feedback
  • Situational Approach in Management
  • Motivation
  • Delegation
  • Coaching
  • Creating an Innovative Enviroment
  • Performance Evaluation Meetings
  • Managing Up
  • Relationship Management With Peers
  • Being Result-Oriented

Our goal is to develop self-confidence in managers turning them into leaders within your organization who can address the new generation, adapt to and manage change, and be open to novelties.

In our methodology, we offer

  • Experiential learning
  • Implementation of practical tools that can be used on a day-to-day basis
  • Applications that help an individual to question and thereby discover themselves
  • Creating individual and team awareness with inventory applications
  • Team work
  • In-class and remote support practice
  • Interim work
  • On-the-job projects
  • Peer Learning
  • Webinars
  • Additional active learning tools

Effective Communication


Unfortunately, speaking and listening do not always result in “Understanding and agreeing”. It is of critical importance to design models that will maximize the effect of any collaboration and create win-win results. Each relationship requires a custom-made approach.

This module consists of ½-day in-class training and on-the-job applications.

Prioritization of Tasks


In today’s world, where resources are becoming scarce, productivity, effectiveness have become important performance criteria. Thus, the ability to prioritize well effectively impacts the whole team and system.

This module consists of 1-day in-class training and on-the-job applications.

Giving and Receiving Feedback


It is important to reciprocally in turn shed light on our behaviors for more effective collaboration. Sharing our observations on both the behaviors that we would like our partner to change and those that we wish they continue on with will reduce conflict overall and increase productivity.

This module consists of ½-day in-class training and on-the-job applications.

Emotional Intelligence


As much as emotions can be beneficial in creating results, they can also be a handicapping factor or challenge to be overcome. Recognizing our own emotions and understanding those of others’ will increase our job satisfaction and help us channel our energy in the right way.

This module consists of 2-day in-class training and on-the-job applications.

Assertiveness and Building Trust


Building trust in management is one of the most critical elements of becoming a solid team. A manager looking to establish the necessary trust within a team should first aim to become assertive in their relationships with the team. Establishing trust between the team and manager requires an appropriate approach to each situation.

This module consists of ½-day in-class training and on-the-job applications.

Motivation


It makes a difference on the end result whether the team takes ownership of their work and approaches it eagerly. A manager should inspire the team to work out of self-motivation (as a volunteer would) and not just obligation.

This module consists of ½-day in-class training and on-the-job applications.

Delegation


Delegating tasks is an important test of the mental transition from the position of a sole expert to the position of a team manager. Achieving accurate prioritization, developing people, sparing time for overall strategy rather than day-to-day tasks, is only possible by successful delegation.

This module consists of ½-day in-class training and on-the-job applications.

Coaching


The Coaching approach is one of the situational approaches of management. Bringing out the potential of employees, encouraging team to execute out of their comfort zone and learn from their mistakes are must-have competencies in our time.

This module consists of 2-day in-class training and on-the-job applications.

Performance Evaluation Meetings


Performance evaluation meetings are the thresholds of building trust, communicating expectations, motivating, and designing development actions. However, if uncontrolled it can result in just a judgmental dialogue that creates conflict instead of promoting productivity.

This module consists of ½-day in-class training and on-the-job applications.

Managing Up


In our relationship with our manager, we can create our own effect. As the relationship management functions bi-directionally rather than uni-directionally, your approach here is a definitive element in the relationship.

This module consists of ½-day in-class training and on-the-job applications.

Relationship Management with


One of the most important competences that come with good management is communicating well with peers. Being able to see the big picture, networking in the right way, and managing aspiration and perception are definitive actions in your career.

This module consists of 1-day in-class training and on-the-job applications.

Being Result-Oriented in Management


The intrinsic essence of result-oriented management is bringing your team to the right results, effective methods, resources, and the opportunity to transform challenges into opportunities.

This module consists of 1-day in-class training and on-the-job applications.

Creating an Innovative Climate in Management


Thinking differently is the key to success. An innovative approach is one of the most crucial competitive advantages in the business world. Using a team’s potential correctly in this matter is what distinguishes a good manager.

This module consists of 1-day in-class training and on-the-job applications.

Situational Approach in Management


While developing your team, it is necessary to provide them with task-related instructions that are based on their competence levels. Your management style may vary from a range of direction-giving to job-delegating.

This module consists of ½-day in-class training and on-the-job applications.

Stress Management


Chronic Stress is one of the main reasons of underperformance and disengagement. This module aims to provide tools to understand stress, managing it as well as supporting the team to see it in a positive way.

This module consists of 2-days in-class training and on-the-job applications.