Transitioning into a new role can be a bit of a challenge. Adjustments have to be made as you take on a new title, especially if you see yourself lacking in skills and unsure of what you should expect and what lies ahead.
The same can be said about a new manager. At times, new managers assume their new roles without fully understanding what they are embarking on and what is required of them -- a change of mindset complemented by an advance set of skills. What companies have then are managers who lack confidence and are hesitant to assert their leadership.
Moving Into Management: From Managing Tasks to Managing Others is designed to help new managers understand and embrace the responsibilities that come with their new role and equip them with the skills they need to fulfill what is expected of them. This seminar will help them smoothly transition from managing tasks to managing people.
This training course helps new managers gain confidence and skills. It focuses particularly on the crucial people skills that you need to supervise and motivate your team. We will work on the group members' own issues, as well as prepared case studies, in a confidential and supportive setting. During this one-day seminar, we will cover:
The manager's role: key management responsibilities
Leadership and management
Planning ahead: principles, tools and strategies
Motivating and managing individuals
Performance management systems: induction, appraisal and supervision
Offering effective and appropriate feedback
The art of delegation
Leading your team
Management and leadership styles
Good communications: verbal and non-verbal messages
The importance of good listening skills
Managing with assertiveness
Your current management issues and difficulties
BORIS JOAQUIN is one of the country's top-ranked corporate trainers on leadership and other people skills.
Boris is the president and CEO of Breakthrough Leadership Management Consultancy, Inc., founder of the Project Purpose Team, Inc., and a registered Investors in People (UK) specialist.
A management and marketing professional, Boris was involved in various industries both local and international for more than two decades.
As corporate trainer, management consultant and executive coach, Boris has served organizations in the Philippines, Asia, and the Middle East, providing assessments and consulting services to help organizations improve their people management processes, learning events and workshops on strategic management and leadership, and executive coaching for executives and managers who want to grow in their organizational leadership and management.
Boris has been a contributing writer and columnist on career and leadership for Philippine Daily Inquirer, Philippine Star, Inquirer Libre, and has written regularly for Rappler.com. He has served as anchor for the career and lifestyle section of Rappler Talk of Rappler.com, and Top Brass for WorkWiseAsia.com. He is currently the editor-in-chief of the People Manager magazine of the People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP).
Boris has authored two well-received books, Practical Wisdom to be Happy at Work, and Project Purpose: Find Your Why to Find Your Way.
"The high point was the situational leadership session. I'd like to share and apply this to my team's leadership. This session is both confirmation, eye opener, & learning from me. I get to see my good points & flaws as a leader which I see positively to enhance or modify."
Elvinia Bahia, Supervisor
Finance - Accounting
DSM Manila LLP
" The workshop equipped me with great lessons "foundations" to start off my managerial phase on the right track. As a result, I'm gonna further study and apply all the lessons I find relevant to my career. Thank you Boris and the rest of Salt and Light staff for a wonderful workshop."
Joseph Corpuz Cueto
Corporate Communications Manager
What You Can Expect
The seminar features some whole group sessions, but the emphasis is on practical exercises in groups, pairs, and on your own. The workshop also offers many opportunities to work on your real-life management problems in a supportive and totally confidential environment.