FMI’s New Manager Training Program is designed to support team members making the transition to a management role. During the program participants learn about the role of a manager, people skills, how to lead the team to work effectively and how to enhance team performance.
This practical, work based program is typically delivered over 6 -12 weeks and combines 3 to 6 or more days of workshops with a Management Application Project (MAP). The workshops cover topics such as time management, communication, emotional intelligence, conflict management and delegation. The program content can integrate examples, case studies and resources from your organisation to enhance relevance and practical application.
Following the workshops, participants will complete a Management Application Project (MAP) over two months. The self-directed, experiential project supports participants to identify management related opportunities, issues, tasks and problems and take the initiative to address them in a timely and cost effective way. Projects can be designed to benefit peers, customers, the wider organisation and other key stakeholders.
Program will vary according to organisational preferences. Sessions available include:
- Management mindset
- Communication skills for managers
- Work priorities for new managers
- Manage time
- Manage performance
- Leadership styles
- Motivate your team
- People skills for the workplace
- Run effective team meetings
- Delegate effectively
- Coach your team
- Challenges you face as a manager
- Resolve conflict
- Be assertive as a new manager
- Deal with difficult situations
- WHS and other requirements
- Overcome barriers, develop resilience and survive stress as a new manager
Delivery mode and duration of this program is customised for your organisation’s specific objectives.
Who is this program designed for?
This program is designed for new managers or team members transitioning into their first management role.