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Corporate Seminar

Managerial Effectiveness | English

Your toolbox for successful management
Being a manager is a profession without any formal training – Learn here how to manage complex challenges effectively and still keep the personal life in balance.
What do effective managers do? In times of international organizations and collaborations on the one hand and high turnover rates on the other hand, managers search for ideas and concepts to manage more effectively. Information and knowledge are not only the most important resources in the future but also a key issue of professional management. Therefore reflecting on the leader’s role is important. “Managerial Effectiveness“ shows the tools, tasks and principles of effective management. The overall goal of the program is that managers know what to do to be effective, how to do it and how to sustain their effectiveness.

Conditions

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Target group

Managerial Effectiveness is designed for experienced executives in divisions, departments, units or branches of medium to big-sized companies; executives who wishes to improve their managerial effectiveness and to take their management skills to another level. It is also targeted at managers recently promoted into a managerial position who want to be as effective as possible from the start.

Contents

Values | Values as the base of decisions. Define your individual value system. To which extent do values limit tolerance or guide emotions?

Understanding leadership | There is no general recipe of an ideal leader. What makes a leader effective? In what way can behavior be learned? Leadership vs. management.

Leadership and personality | Becoming aware of one’s own strengths and weaknesses. Awareness of personal patterns and working styles.

Managing yourself | Trust yourself. Utilizing your strengths. Compensating weaknesses, not eliminating them. Time and self-management. Learn to delegate and to empower. 

Contribution to the whole | Do you only have a job position or do you contribute to the organization? Where do you get your motivation from? Self-motivation.

Focus on results | Make results measurable and comparable to investments made. Correct and strategic benchmarking. 

A manager’s tasks | Define SMART objectives. Distinguish between personal and professional objectives. The challenge of organizing.  

Working with employees | The importance of setting goals for employees. Job design and assignment control. Creating a positive perception of supervision. 

People instead of employees | Personal Appraisal without standard profiles. How not to under- challenge or over-challenge. 

Communicating effectively | Learning to watch and listen. Assertive communication and non- aggressive feedback. 

The personal toolbox of a manager | Creating your own toolbox. Meeting management. Building teams taking different team roles in consideration. Not to de-motivate instead of to motivate. 

Boundaries of management | Dealing with stress: where do stress and fears originate? What exactly are burnout and boreout and how can one deal with it? Positive Thinking.

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