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Improving Manager Performance

 

Managerial effectiveness is dependent on self awareness and self management and the ability, through interpersonal skills and good management practice, to bring out the best in others. Obtaining the maximum benefits from valuable resources must be a key objective of any manager.

Managing the continuous development and improved performance of others is key to improved effectiveness as a manager and the success of the manager’s contribution to the organisation.

This managerial effectiveness has to be achieved within organisational and legal constraints; an effective manager recognises this and maximises their own practice within these boundaries.

This module is inward looking, focusing on the managers themselves as actors within this environment, in particular emphasising their responsibility for managing the contribution of themselves and others to the organisation through task completion.

 

On completion, the participant will be able to:

  1. Explore and evaluate their own effectiveness as a manager of their own and others performance, and recognise areas for personal improvement

  2. Recognise the key role and responsibility of the line manager as a manager and improver of people performance

  3. Understand the importance of maintaining effective working relationships and the impact of this on personal performance

  4. Understand the causes of organisational conflict, its potential to be functional and dysfunctional and the importance of managing conflict

  5. Understand the legal and cultural environment in which they operate and the importance of recognising and valuing diversity in the workplace

 

Contents:

  1. Knowing your-self in order to manager others

  2. Managing effective working relationships

  3. Managing people for optimum performance

  4. Managing within boundaries

 

Duration: 2.5 Days

Assessment: Post Module Assignment



This module is approved by BAE SYSTEMS as a Manufacturing Developing You (MDY) programme “Elective Module”.