For over 25 years, =mc’s management programmes have been supporting managers to develop the skills needed to get the most from their teams. In this changing and shifting world, many managers are now facing the prospect of needing to manage from a distance – where their teams are dispersed and working from home. The Managing at a Distance programme delivers the practical tools and techniques needed for managers to build confidence in managing teams from afar.
Over the course of 4 modules, we focus on the manager’s role and core responsibilities for achieving results from their teams. The modules are interactive and work as a series of essential building blocks. Participants take part in live discussions, peer coaching and group work. There is also the opportunity to work through case studies. Finally, the activities are structured to help with self-reflection on the models presented. This ensures the learning is fully embedded.
This programme is designed specifically for individuals who have recently become responsible for managing colleagues or teams at a distance. It is the ideal development opportunity for experienced managers that want to adapt successfully to new ways of managing.
(For new managers, we recommend our Emerging Managers Programme instead, which will also include elements of managing at a distance.)
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After completing all 4 modules, led by a skilled =mc consultant, you will be able to
=mc uses Zoom as a virtual classroom, where the sessions will take place. The platform enables high levels of participation. Participants will have access to a learning portal where they can find downloadable handouts to support them both during and after the programme. The programme covers a wide range of topics with high-level trainer input. It combines:
To take part in =mc online learning you will need access to a computer with a working microphone, speakers (or headphones) and a webcam. You’ll need to be in a quiet space with a good internet connection.
Contact us online or call 020 7978 1516 to find out more about this programme.
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Yvette Gyles, Director