This popular three-day program focuses on the changes you will encounter in your transition from individual contributor to manager. As a participant, you will learn a universal managerial skill set that will enhance your ability to achieve business results, regardless of your nationality, culture, or industry. The program focuses on current managerial techniques, with a special emphasis on working with people as the key to managerial success. You will take several self-assessments to identify your managerial strengths and weaknesses. You will also learn and practice a set of managerial skills designed to enhance your effectiveness and career success. Finally, you will develop a personalized action plan for improving your managerial effectiveness.
Who Should Attend
Participants in this program typically have less than five years of management experience. If you are new to your role as a manager, or if you want to reinforce your understanding of newest management principles, this course is designed for you.
As a participant in this program, you will:
- Understand the characteristics that separate the most successful managers from the least successful managers
- Assess your own management style, as well as your strengths and weaknesses
- Develop the skills required to enable your employees to do their best work and achieve bottom-line results
- Develop a personalized action plan for improving your managerial effectiveness and career potential
This program is presented by Dr. Paula J. Caproni, whose energetic style and highly interactive group activities result in total class involvement and enhanced learning. As a special registration bonus, you will receive a copy of Dr. Caproni's book, The Practical Coach: Management Skills for Everyday Life.
About the School
The Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan is a premier educational institution within one of the finest research universities worldwide. Our mission is to develop leaders in ... Read More