Effective managers in social housing
Designed specifically for managers working in a social housing environment, this three-day programme provides participants with a solid foundation to develop and improve their personal effectiveness in a management role.
Aims & objectives
By the end of the programme participants will have examined the key success factors in a successful transition to a management role including:
- A clear understanding of the new manager’s roles and responsibilities in managing communication and performance
- Reviewed your role and the role of team members to improve performance
- Considered fundamental characteristics of an effective manager and reviewed them against your profile
- Demonstrated your understanding of key skills including supervision, decision making, time management, motivation, change management, delegation, personal effectiveness, learning styles, problem solving
- Outlined the differences between management and leadership
- Assessed the benefits of having a simple performance management framework, using a 7 Step Model
- Considered the application of management models to their work and in developing competences at both individual and team levels
- Assessed how to conduct excellent inductions, training and on-going support to the team
- Set out standards and performance targets to carry out effective supervision and monitoring processes
- Analysed and reflected on your planning / administration, problem solving, leadership and people management skills
All participants will complete and review management and learning styles assessments prior to joining this programme.
Who should attend / participant numbers
Anyone new to a management role and anyone with limited management experience (maximum 12 participants)
Dates / locations
9 October, 10 October & 7 November (London)
£450 (3 days)
Further information / bookings
Contact us on 01273 311677 or email@example.com. Click here to book onto this workshop.