Management Training – Curriculum

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  • Knowing the basics and different styles of management
  • Identifying one’s own style of management
  • Understanding the role and responsibilities of management
Positioning oneself within one’s team
  • Asserting oneself as a team leader
  • Clarifying rules, establishing a framework
  • Knowing how to solve problems and make decisions
Bettering self-awareness of oneself as a manager
  • Being aware of one’s talents
  • Placing oneself in the sphere of autonomy
  • Identifying values
Leading and motivating a team 
  • Managing team expectations
  • Establishing the motivation process (encouragement, praise)
  • Encouraging people to work together
  • Encouraging a participatory approach
Setting goals and responsibilities
  • Managing team skills
  • Defining and communicating targets
  • Delegating and empowering
  • Handling errors
Managing conflicts
  • Managing emotions
  • Avoiding the “infernal triangle”
  • Communicating assertively
Steering team activity
  • Monitoring activity
  • Managing the allocation of project resources
  • Establishing an annual review
Informing and communicating 
  • Passing on information
  • Conducting meetings
Choosing and adapting own style of management
  • Appropriating own style of management
  • Defining areas of learning