Good managers maintain the status quo. But a great manager has a much more extensive set of skills – from planning and delegation to communication and motivation.
Because the skill set is wide, it’s tempting to focus on a set of core skills required across the whole business. For long-term success, however, HR need to implement a variety of management development courses that can be flexed, recognising the difference between the experience, skills and mindset of different managers. Personal development plans that acknowledge differences in managers’ ability, mindset and opportunities to affect change can then be customised based on that knowledge.
Great managers do much more than to maintain the status quo. Management training courses need to address different competencies and experience gaps for each manager.
The tools and techniques that required may include, for example, time management, planning and delegation, communication and motivation.
Because the skill set is wide, it’s tempting to focus on a set of core skills required across the whole business. For long-term success, however, 3GHR helps HR and L&D teams to design management development programmes that celebrate diversity, and managers’ different strengths, rather than attempting to create clones.
Specifically, we help HR teams dig deep to build management training courses that acknowledge differences between line managers, senior managers and subject matter experts; between different departments and roles; and between managers with very different personal skills and motivation. Read more about our difference, or review one of our case studies to find out more.
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