Most people become a manager because they have been with an organisation long enough and because they are good at the job they were there to do.
Unfortunately, neither of these criteria matter when it comes to selecting a good manager. Furthermore – there is a distinct lack of investment in training managers in the first place.
This leaves you with a situation where managers are learning on the job – picking up good habits from others, but unfortunately, picking up bad habits too.
The good news is – you can be trained to be a better manager. Even if you are naturally adept at Management, or if you are not – our course will help you understand the nuances of your role as a manager as well as give you practical tools and techniques to make you a better leader.