The skill intervention at Manford is targeted at three levels of Management - Potential Managers, Young Managers and Tenured Managers. Using a process of methodological inputs and experiential learning; through an ongoing process of feedback and follow up, and the involvement of key stakeholders the focus is on sustained skills development in the target audience.
For an Individual Contributor - Potential Managers
- Managerial Communication
- Goal Setting for self and teams
- Decision Making – short and long term
For the Emerging Leader- Young Managers
- Tools for effective Delegation
- Time Management
- Leading Professional Meetings
- Feedback as a tool for Influence
- Conflict Management & Assertiveness
- Effective Performance Appraisals
For the Tenured Manager
- Tools for Influence and Motivation
- Managing Diversity and Employee Engagement
- Situational Coaching
Talent Development: The essence of this program is to help employees take charge of their Career development in a way that makes them more valued and more satisfied while enhancing their contribution to the Organization.
Objectives: The participants will be able to
- Identify their distinctiveness, combining their dominant career values, ––relevant strengths and weaknesses, motivators and what constitutes a "career best" for them.
- Relate their talents and passions to the organization’s needs
- Recognize how to increase their value by a more effective Leadership style
- Diagnose the possibility of career stagnation using the Contribution Cycle tool and career plateau model.
- After identifying job assignments that will produce greater contribution ––and satisfaction, create a dynamic development plan to use in developmental discussions.