Develop your management skills with six workshops, and an additional company insight, which aims to develop your fundamental management skills and confidence, and nurtures future leaders in full-day workshops taught on site at the University of Lincoln’s Brayford campus.
At Lincoln International Business School we are committed to supporting businesses of all sizes and sectors in the development of the key skills required to lead and manage others effectively. This programme is designed for people wishing to become more confident and skilled in managing others, and become better leaders either now or in the future and combines workshops, personal reflection and company insight to develop skills, confidence and professional networks.
Businesses and individuals can realise the following potential benefits to them and their organisation:
Anyone wishing to develop their fundamental management skills; learners range from recent graduates and first line managers, to middle managers.
The six workshops give delegates the opportunity to understand management tools and have the chance to try new ideas and ways of working in a safe environment with the support of an expert tutor and the support of your co-learners from a range of companies in the region. The time between workshops gives you the chance to try those new ideas out in the workplace, and reflect on your successes, and share your challenges next time.
|Workshop 1||A Managerial Mindset and You||23 Feb 2022|
|Workshop 2||Developing Your Management Style||24 Mar 2022|
|Workshop 3||Effective Communication and Influencing Skills||20 Apr 2022|
|Workshop 4||Valuing and Developing Your Team||19 May 2022|
|Company Insight||Company Insight||7 June 2022|
|Workshop 5||Managing in a Business Context||13 Jun 2022|
|Workshop 6||Managing Your Team Through Change||19 Jul 2022|
There is an additional company insight as well as the six workshops. This gives delegates an insight into how some local organisations lead and manage their people giving you the chance to take away a few ideas back to your own business and a behind the scenes look into the regions’ successful organisations.
This programme can be adapted to suit individual organisational needs should you have a larger number of people you wish to train. We can add extra content, workshops or webinars, or embed a business improvement project to the process so that organisations realise an instant return on investment, showing how the learning has been demonstrated by the individual during and following the programme.
This is a non-credit bearing short course with the option to undertake a Chartered Management Institute (CMI) qualification alongside the workshop programme, through distance learning - so no extra time needed away from the business.
Jessica Skill, University of Lincoln Students’ Union
Luke Holmes, SRC (UK)
Holly Band, University of Lincoln