Developing Potential Managers - Nurture Programmes
Every living thing needs to be nurtured to survive and businesses are no different.
A pipeline of good management talent is critical to business success. Nurturing talent can play a key role here, as investment in management development plays an important part in identifying and retaining future managers.
What is a Nurture programme?
An excellent way of developing aspiring managers and ensuring that they understand and embody the company culture. It gives individuals and the company a chance to see if management is for them.
The aim is to introduce participants to the roles and responsibilities of a manager and to let them work on some of the key people management skills required to effectively fulfil the role.
How does a Nurture Programme work?
A rolling programme consisting of four one-day workshops (approximately four weeks apart) with bridging activity in between workshops. The workshops are interactive with lots of exercises and role-plays. We work with you to ensure the programme content is designed to reflect the participants' real situations at work. Your programme might include the following workshops:
The Role of the Manager
Planning Prioritising and Time Management
Delegation, Motivation and Feedback
Getting the Best from Others - Coaching
Please get in touch if you would like to talk to us about how you can nurture the talent in your business.
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