The New Manager

Learning how to be a good manager is critical for individuals who are new to leadership positions. This course is designed to help all emerging leaders, especially new managers or team leaders, to improve and develop their management skills and optimise their performance. This course runs in Perth and Geraldton. 

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3 Days

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Overview

This first time manager course offers a unique opportunity to explore effective people management, self-management and managing the performance of others. Providing leadership training for new leaders, it introduces you to the practical tools, strategies and skills you'll need to succeed as a leader in the management role.

This course is designed to improve and develop the management style and skills of new managers or others in line for management responsibilities. With a wide variety and volume of content covered in a short period of time, it offers a unique opportunity for new managers or team leaders to enhance leadership skills, learn how to efficiently manage a team and explore the fundamentals of self-management.

Additional to the core interpersonal skills, the course also covers managing performance, conflict, and change. You'll leave with practical tools and strategies to implement in your workplace, which assists with achieving individual goals and the goals of your organisation.

Over three days, on the The New Manager training course with AIM WA, you will be able to understand the key components that contribute to the success of a new manager, while exploring goal setting, time management and the prioritisation needed to meet work demands.

Who will benefit

New managers, managers or team leaders who wish to consolidate their management style. People who are about to accept a management position or who are planning a career in management.

Content

  • The successful new manager
  • Goal setting, prioritising and delivering results
  • Heighten your emotional intelligence awareness
  • Leadership styles
  • Delegation
  • Managing performance and coaching
  • Giving and receiving feedback
  • Problem solving and decision making
  • Handling conflict
  • Motivating self and others
  • Managing change
  • Driving team performance
  • Implement operational plans. 

Learning Outcomes

After completion of The New Manager course you should be able to:

  • Learn to manage personal work goals, set and meet their own work priorities
  • Develop your skills in a range of leadership competencies required at a manager level
  • Manage performance of individuals in teams
  • Address performance related issues
  • Build support and commitment within the team.

What past course attendees say:

"The facilitator was fantastic which made the experience engaging and fun."
"Thoroughly enjoyed the process and would highly recommend the course to others."
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