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The Guide to a Career in Management

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Course Description

As a new manager, you often dont have much time to learn the ropes. This course will serve as a guide to starting your career in management. It is packed with useful information on topics like leadership, time management, building a team environment, conducting performance appraisals, and delegation. Youll find helpful material on increasing employee engagement, encouraging innovation and initiative, helping team members optimize their talents, improving outcomes, and distinguishing yourself as a leader. You will see how to lead and participate in meetings, handle problem employees, manage the ins and outs of salary administration, train new team members, and determine your own management style.

Learning Objectives

To identify the skills necessary to be a good manager To recall steps a new manager should take To identify ways to build trust with your staff To identify factors to consider when giving praise To recognize characteristics of a good listener To recognize pitfalls of a new manager To identify characteristics of the different personality styles of managers To recall the difference of the autocratic and diplomatic managerial styles To recognize what is team dynamic To recall actions to take with poorly performing employees To identify important hiring and interviewing skills To recall how to structure an employees first day To recognize how to deal with resistance to change To recall how to best discipline an employee To identify what to avoid when discussing with an employee his or her below-satisfactory performance To recall employment legal matters that managers need to consider To recall one of the key duties of a manager related to facts and perceptions To recognize the importance of loyalty To recall what it means to dovetail a team members goals To recognize various risk factors To recall the steps of intelligent risk taking To recall how the actions of new managers may be viewed To recall the three tiers for writing job descriptions To recognize factors to consider when preparing performance appraisals To identify the most important consideration in making salary recommendations To identify what is emotional intelligence To recognize characteristics that new managers should consider in developing a positive self-image To identify time management skills To identify ways to improve writing skills To identify how to avoid falling victim to the grapevine To recognize what tasks should and should not be delegated To recall what trait a manager should avoid To identify ways to lead effective meetings To recall ways to improve public speaking skills To identify how to keep a balanced lifestyle To recall what it means to be a classy manager

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Learning Format 12 Hours
Self-Study / On-Demand

Credit Type(s)
Business Mgmt & Org Management Advisory

Knowledge Level
Basic