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Management Strategies

Programme aim

The worldwide reform agenda is highlighting the need for changes in organisations and culture; this in turn is making demands of management.  This programme aims to help busy managers to meet this challenge by providing a condensed focused introduction to the key core skills of management.  The programme is suitable for managers from all sectors who are looking to take their strategic planning to the next level. Participants will explore relevant case studies and be given the opportunity to discuss specific obstacles they face when devising strategies and provided with easily implementable solutions.
 
The course will also explore how management strategies relate to an organisation’s operational responsibilities and mission statement, the need to build for long term improvement, how management can energise staff and how to meet the expectations of stakeholders, partner organisations, donors and the citizens the organisation is represents.
 

You will learn how to:

Maximise your organisational effectiveness:

  • Mission, goals, values, and standards
  • Setting and monitoring standards
  • Culture and structures
  • Continual improvement
  • Delivering change

Inspire and motivate staff:

  • Leadership
  • Understanding and managing people
  • Senior management commitment
  • Communication skills and issues

Improve project and programme management:

  • Understanding the whole project management process
  • Reviewing project problems and failures
  • Resource planning
  • Risk management

Benefits of attending - You will be able to:

 

  • Review management practices and skills, and the culture in your organisations 
  • Make practical suggestions for change to strategies, systems, skills, and attitudes
  • Practice and communicate better management strategies
  • Encourage performance awareness and better motivation
  • Deploy a range of skills and strategies to benefit your organisation
  • Maintain and develop a network of international contacts.

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