Basic management program
The program includes the following: the role of managers in an organization; managerial effectiveness and efficiency; review of management theory and practice; management processes, planning, organizing, leading, and controlling; decision making, work organization, and teamwork; cultural environment and organization; social responsibility and ethics.
The core management program helps young corporate employees lay down a successful foundation for their managerial careers.
The foundation of a successful managerial career
Planning, organizing, leading, and maintaining control are basic elements of the managerial craft. Still, is that the sole purpose of managers? Do they have more of a responsibility than other employees?
They do because the decisions they make affect individuals, families, and society as a whole.
This is precisely why it is important to adopt healthy principles with regard to what characterizes successful leadership at the beginning of a manager’s career and thus create a good basis for a successful long-term managerial career.
The basic management program is intended for managers who have recently been given managerial responsibilities, regardless of the total years of work experience and previous education.
The most important topics for someone who has recently entered the world of management
Program participants will address a number of different topics through introductory presentations, exercises, group work, simulations, role play, demonstrations, the study of educational films, and discussions analyzing positive and negative experiences from managerial practice. The added value of this program lies in the opportunity to work with a mentor and analyze personal career development that will contribute to your individual development, as well as the development of your company.
During the program, alongside a given mentor, participants will receive feedback on how to develop a plan for applying the acquired knowledge and skills in their workplace in an effort to map out a long-term successful managerial career. Topics:
• The role of managers and managerial skills
• The alphabet of management
• Management processes: planning, organizing leading, and controlling
• Organizational culture and environment
• Social responsibility and ethics
• Team performance management
Team and individual goals
More than 500 managers completed the program as a guarantee of the quality
Male/female ratio of participants
Positions of participants
Distribution of participants by industry
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More than ever we need managers who know how to define and implement business strategies and plans whose realization brings about new value. We need managers who how to recognize and the export potential and ensure the stable development of their organizations.