Management Enrichment – Developing Success

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How often do you consider the fact that your managers are in a unique position to influence and impact the performance and contribution of your teams? The same teams who will help make your company successful?

They are the most important factor when it comes to employee retention and engagement, with many companies reporting that staff turnover is significantly increased when managers do not show an interest in the development of their teams

With everything that you expect from your managers, doesn’t it seem only natural that facilitating Management Enrichment should be a non-negotiable competency?

After all, how can you expect your managers be able to deliver improved results without the fundamental skills and confidence to deal with performance and development issues?

Its only logical (excuse the Spock reference) that you invest in giving your managers the skills and ability that will in turn drive results throughout your company. And it makes perfect sense that you develop the skills that will give them the capability to lead AND manage, two assets that should always go hand in hand.

Over and above this your approach should always be contextual and bespoke, because when it comes to management training, one size certainly does not fit all.

We can all recognise that most people may not be born managers or leaders, but I like to believe that those behaviours and skills are right there and waiting to be recognised and developed.

It really all comes down to one thing; If you want to develop your company and its strategy, you NEED to invest in your leaders.