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Dubai, United Arab Emirates

This course gives essential and in-depth practical techniques that will enable you to excel at your workplace.

This course gives essential and in-depth practical techniques that will enable you to excel at your workplace. -
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Full-time
4 days
English
Campus
 
Berkeley, USA +1 More

Use the latest growth-hacking techniques to build your social media marketing strategy and make your company go viral. Perfect your pitch and learn everything about venture fi ... +

Use the latest growth-hacking techniques to build your social media marketing strategy and make your company go viral. Perfect your pitch and learn everything about venture finance and how to strategically choose investors and clients. -
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Full-time
English
Sep 2020
Campus
 
Cambridge, USA

Management Essentials is designed to elevate your managerial skills through a distinctive, hands-on approach to management. In the course, you’ll learn to identify, analyze, d ... +

Management Essentials is designed to elevate your managerial skills through a distinctive, hands-on approach to management. In the course, you’ll learn to identify, analyze, design, and influence critical organizational processes as a means of getting work done and achieving results. Working through real-world challenges faced by managers across a variety of industries, you’ll focus on four of the essential processes for managers: decision-making, implementation, organizational learning, and change management. -
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Part-time
8 weeks
English
06 Aug 2020
28 Jul 2020
Online
 
Durban, South Africa

Managers and administrators perform many different tasks and fulfill various roles. This necessitates having more than just your line of work skills. You will need strong lead ... +

Managers and administrators perform many different tasks and fulfill various roles. This necessitates having more than just your line of work skills. You will need strong leadership and management skills to help you manage better at work. This five-day course combines different but all critical skills that every manager must have in order to succeed in today’s highly competitive business environment. -
Courses
Full-time
5 days
English
Campus
 
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam +1 More

Do you want to get a taste of study in Vietnam? Then join us for one or two semesters and you won’t look back.

Do you want to get a taste of study in Vietnam? Then join us for one or two semesters and you won’t look back. -
Courses
Full-time
2 semesters
English
Campus
 
Manchester, United Kingdom

A programme of exceptional quality, designed with and for universities The Master's Preparation qualification is the best preparation for success on your chosen postgraduate d ... +

A programme of exceptional quality, designed with and for universities The Master's Preparation qualification is the best preparation for success on your chosen postgraduate degree and in your future career – it ensures you Get In and Get On. -
Courses
Full-time
10 - 30 weeks
English
Campus
 
Montrouge, France +1 More

At the end of this training, participants will be able to: define a clear and shared representation of the added value and skills of a manager of managers, develop a strategic ... +

At the end of this training, participants will be able to: define a clear and shared representation of the added value and skills of a manager of managers, develop a strategic vision for the activities of their teams, train their teams around a unifying vision, to adapt their management by developing their emotional intelligence, to conduct a support interview to help their teams of managers to deal with the situations encountered. -
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Full-time
2 days
French
04 Jun 2020
Campus
 
London, United Kingdom

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand The elements of a performance management system but also the limitation of this model and the reality of perform ... +

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand The elements of a performance management system but also the limitation of this model and the reality of performance management – the problems of making it work and the requirements for success, etc. -
Courses
Full-time
5 days
English
17 Aug 2020
Campus
 
Rotterdam, Netherlands

This Urban Management and Development Theory course offers the latest theory on urban development and management. It guides participants through economic, social and environme ... +

This Urban Management and Development Theory course offers the latest theory on urban development and management. It guides participants through economic, social and environmental urban theories and links ... -
Courses
Part-time
2 weeks
English
27 Jul 2020
27 May 2020
Campus
 
Johannesburg, South Africa

Short Courses in Management

Short Courses in Management -
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Full-time
Part-time
English
Jan 2021
Campus
 
London, United Kingdom

This course is designed to support delegates who wish to accelerate their own development within Management. It is designed to provide managers who are committed to progressio ... +

This course is designed to support delegates who wish to accelerate their own development within Management. It is designed to provide managers who are committed to progression with an understanding of how to develop their career to the next level. -
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Full-time
2 days
English
Campus
 
London, United Kingdom

A career in frontline management can be realised and fully maximised with ICI’s frontline management course. Behind our course is a dedicated team of industry professionals wh ... +

A career in frontline management can be realised and fully maximised with ICI’s frontline management course. Behind our course is a dedicated team of industry professionals who are willing to share their expertise through the lessons below. -
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Full-time
Part-time
English
Online
 
Manhattan, USA

The Advanced Management Program at Columbia Business School helps executives respond to evolving leadership challenges and create a vision to lead their companies to success. ... +

The Advanced Management Program at Columbia Business School helps executives respond to evolving leadership challenges and create a vision to lead their companies to success. The program provides time, space, and resources for senior executives to learn from Ivy League faculty members and practitioners dedicated to developing truly transformative leaders. -
Courses
Part-time
4 weeks
English
26 Apr 2020
Campus
 
Birmingham, United Kingdom

This course is equivalent to the second year of an undergraduate degree and covers a range of general business topics such as economics, marketing and accounting, alongside sp ... +

This course is equivalent to the second year of an undergraduate degree and covers a range of general business topics such as economics, marketing and accounting, alongside specialist management modules. It is aimed at students who want to learn about how business and finance play a key role in many organisations. -
Courses
Full-time
2 years
English
Campus
 
Bucharest, Romania

APPLYING SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP According to Paul Hersey, managers must manage a wide variety of people. As managers, they must recognize and adapt their leadership style to m ... +

APPLYING SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP According to Paul Hersey, managers must manage a wide variety of people. As managers, they must recognize and adapt their leadership style to manage the people who work for them at the moment. This seminar will allow you to evaluate your leadership style, profile your supervisor and/ or colleagues. Learning Objectives include: Understanding the concepts of situational leadership and how they influence the behavior of other people. Defining the different styles of leadership and knowing the appropriate styles for particular situations. Understanding the difference between managing and leading. Defining what the effective leadership and followership roles should be. DEVELOPING YOUR LEADERSHIP STYLE Leaders search for opportunities to change the status quo. Leaders foster collaboration and build spirited teams. They strengthen others, making each person feel capable and powerful. Leaders passionately believe that they can make a difference. They envision the future, creating ideal and unique images of what the organization can become. Through their magnetism and quiet persuasion, leaders enlist others in their dreams. They create standards of excellence and then set an example for others to follow. Because complex change can overwhelm people and stifle action, leaders plan milestones to reach along the way so that others can achieve small wins. Leaders recognize contributions that individuals make in the climb to the top. Leaders celebrate accomplishments. They make people feel like heroes. This seminar will help you understand your strengths relative to the five practices of extraordinary leadership and what you can do to change your behavior to enhance your leadership effectiveness. Learning Objectives include: Learning the five fundamental practices of exemplary leadership. Receiving valuable feedback about your current leadership practices. Identifying your leadership strengths and opportunities for improvement. Identifying ways to improve your leadership practices. Making a plan of action for continuing your leadership development. USING EFFECTIVE TELEPHONE SKILLS Studies have shown that at least 90 percent of all business transactions are conducted by telephone. Telephone effectiveness can win accolades for your organization. The telephone is a vital link between you and the public as well as between you and your co-workers. Learning Objectives include: Knowing how and when to use the telephone to get results. Improving your telephone speech and adopting appropriate telephone etiquette. Learning techniques for answering incoming calls. Understanding how to take messages and how to record or summarize conversations. GETTING YOUR JOB DONE THROUGH OTHERS Organizations exist because one person cannot act alone to accomplish a desired set of tasks. The tasks are too complex, too large, too numerous, or too ambiguous. Several individuals working together can perform the work and achieve desired outcomes. Coordinating a group of individuals requires someone to direct the activities of the others by making specific task assignments. Certain tasks must be executed by some individuals while other individuals perform other tasks. This role of assigning work is one of the central duties of a manager and the process used is called "delegation." This seminar will help you improve your delegation skills and contribute to the effectiveness of your organization. Learning Objectives include: Becoming aware of the advantages of delegation. Understanding the organizational obstacles to delegation. Learning conditions under which delegation should and should not be practiced. Using key action steps for determining how best to delegate certain tasks. Improving your skill in determining when to delegate and what to delegate. LEADING SUCCESSFUL MEETINGS Meetings take a great deal of time! Some organizations have a tendency to schedule more and more meetings, especially if things are not going well. In this seminar, you will learn when a meeting is necessary as well as strategies for making that meeting a success. Learning Objectives include: Being able to develop a clear-cut purpose for your meeting and prepare an agenda based on that purpose. Knowing how to evaluate the cost of meetings. Utilizing a meeting planner. Knowing what visual aids are appropriate for your meeting. Learning to use strategies to control disruptive individuals. Using the 4 P's to improve meetings. MANAGING YOUR TIME Time is a precious possession given equally to every person. How you use your time is a vital factor in your productivity. This seminar will help you analyze your present habits, clarify your objectives and priorities, and teach you how to plan for results. You will also learn how to schedule activities, cope with stress, conquer procrastination, and attain personal satisfaction. Learning Objectives include: Understanding the nature of time. Learning how to prioritize and set goals. Knowing how to control your priorities. Being able to deal with interruptions. Increasing the productivity of your team. BEHAVIORAL STYLE INTERVIEWING Selecting qualified and competent employees is a critical skill for a successful manager. However, it is probably one of the most difficult jobs any manager has to do. This workshop will introduce you to Behavior Description Interviewing, which reaches beyond what a person can do to determine what a person will do in a given situation. The theory of Behavior Description Interviewing is that the best predictor of future performance is past performance in similar circumstances. Learning Objectives include: Knowing the importance of having an interview plan. Understanding what a behavioral example is. Practicing interviewing skills. Understanding why you should not make a hiring decision based upon a gut feeling. Identifying ways to improve your hiring practices. COACHING Coaching is not just telling people what to do; it also involves helping them achieve their fullest potential. Successful coaches have to assume a variety of other roles such as mentor, team leader, counselor, listener, facilitator, and director. This session is designed to help you develop the necessary skills to be a successful coach and mentor, and to prepare a plan to put those skills to work. Learning Objectives include: Defining the characteristics and roles of a good coach. Describing the benefits of coaching. Defining solutions to problems of delegation. Demonstrating an effective delegation process. Evaluating the comments you provide others. Learning how to provide positive and corrective feedback. Describing and applying the four step coaching model. Developing a plan for using the coaching model. FUNDAMENTALS OF PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT Understanding Performance Management is an important role that a manager must play. This session will acquaint you with the performance steps and the importance of setting SMART objectives. We will also look a model of Leadership that allows you to adjust your leadership to your followers. Learning Objectives include: Learning the performance steps. Acknowledging the importance of setting SMART objectives. Applying the situational leadership model. LIVING AND MANAGING IN A CHANGING WORLD In today’s business environment, it is not enough to do things differently. You must do different things. You need to use the principles of the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey. The Seven Habits will help you and the people in your organization change the fundamental way you approach your jobs, your relationships, and even your challenges. In addition, our economy is shifting more and more toward services and technology. Careers have already quit working like they used to do. The world rewards those who catch on to what is happening and who invest energy in finding and seizing opportunities brought about by change. Learning Objectives include: Breaking common ineffective behaviors and tendencies. Creating high levels of trust. Developing strong interdependent relationships. Learning to manage your time as well as the stress in your personal and professional life. Understanding the impact of these trends upon you and your associates. Identifying guidelines for managing your job during radical change. PROBLEM SOLVING AND MOTIVATION Managers must make decisions that impact not only their employees but also stakeholders and customers. Understanding the decision making process as well as how to use the basis of power will help managers be more effective. Analyzing and compare the basic theories of motivation as formulated by McGregor, McClelland, Maslow, and Herzberg. Learning Objectives include: Studying a work situation and determining the causes of job satisfaction and job dissatisfaction. Identifying five steps in a rational procedure for making decisions. Analyzing a complex management decision problem, applying decision-making rules, and arriving at a decision. MANAGING CHANGE Change is a part of our very existence. Yet because change often scares individuals, they resist it. People fear change for many reasons such as: tradition, fear of increased responsibility, a low propensity for risk, economic issues, fear of the unknown, and a vested interest in the status quo. Fear of change can cause absenteeism, turnover, and reduced work output. You will learn strategies for managing the resistance to change. Learning Objectives include: Explaining why there is resistance to change and the form this resistance often takes. Understanding some of the most useful strategies for managing change. * Comparing and contrasting the traditional and current views toward change. -
Courses
Part-time
English
Sep 2020
Campus
 

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