Nom@d Learning has found that many managers find the transition from staff member to manager to be the most challenging of their careers. Moving from being a team member or a technical expert to working with others, requires a major shift in perspective. Different skills and behaviours are needed for a manager’s job.
Here are some of the common skills a manager needs when managing work. The topics link to example online eLearning modules from EdApp.
The old adage states that “time is money,” and neither is a resource to be squandered. Disorganised work introduces unnecessary stress and waste to an already hectic work environment.
Practising the principles of time management will help your organisation reap the benefits of a more productive and efficient workplace helping team members make the most efficient use of their workday.
Workplace meetings are the best way to communicate with all stakeholders. Done well, meetings keep projects on track and move business agendas forward. But poorly planned, unstructured meetings can waste time and actually prevent more important work from getting done.
This course offers participants the opportunity to plan and prepare to lead a focused, effective meeting. The investment in this course will pay dividends every time employees meet.
A professional may be called on at any time to give a presentation. Whether it’s introducing a proposal to the C-Suite, facilitating team training, or even leading a conference session or customer-facing webinar, professional presentation skills are an important component of career development.
This course will help participants prepare a compelling presentation and overcome common presentation issues.
Traditional problem solving techniques can stifle creativity and limit input to only the most outspoken or highest ranking team members. As Albert Einstein said, “We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.”
If your organisation values out of the box thinking, this course is for you.
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