This programme is also available in-house. The full training is 3-days, but we also offer a shorter, 2-day version. Contact us to discuss how we can tailor it to your needs.
Over 20 years, =mc‘s Emerging Managers Programme has helped more than 2,500 new or soon-to-be managers make the transition from team member to team leader. The learning – using the latest tools and techniques to manage themselves and their team – is based on =mc’s research into the needs and concerns of emerging managers. It’s designed to give participants a safe opportunity to try out new skills and approaches, while also providing them with detailed feedback and the opportunity for self-reflection.
Over two or three busy days we focus on the manager’s responsibility for achieving results, equipping them to build – and work through – successful teams and resolve challenges. Those taking part have the opportunity to take part in live exercises and receive feedback from fellow participants, enabling them to grow in confidence and build core skills.
This programme is designed for individuals who have recently been promoted or who are about to be promoted and are now responsible for managing colleagues or teams. It is the ideal development opportunity for managers or potential managers that an organisation has identified for fast track.
Deborah White, Housing Director, West Kent Housing Association
Sarah Clifton, Senior Fundraiser, WSPA
Danny Scott, Digital Marketing Manager, Scottish Book Trust
Matt Guy, Corporate Partnership Manager, Alzheimer’s Society
After two days working in small group setting led by a skilled =mc consultant you will be able to:
This highly participative programme covers a wide range of topics with high-level trainer input. It combines:
Start Date: 12/02/2019
End Date: 14/02/2019
Duration: 3 days
Venue: Central London (venue tbc)
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Yvette Gyles, Director