Managing for Growth
Managing for Growth is a management development programme designed to give your team leaders, supervisors and managers the practical skills to deal with, and facilitate, change and continued growth.
It is guaranteed to improve communication and increase efficiency, teamwork, productivity and profit.
The course covers (amongst other things) the following areas:
Communicating and influencing skills
Problem solving, decision making and idea generation
Designed for groups of 4 – 6 people, the sessions are held at regular intervals at your offices, each one lasting for 2 hours. So it doesn’t take people away from the workplace for long periods of time and there is minimal disruption to work routines other than to implement the improvements learned. The full programme is spread over 5 months enabling the participants time to become skilled at a new way of working ensuring attitude and culture changes are sustained.
Throughout the programme the participants take part in work-based activities that will cause them to evaluate every aspect of their job. Throughout this process they will identify areas for improvement. By the end of the programme, the participants act on these action lists and implement improvement projects that will deliver measurable results.
We guarantee that the ideas implemented and generated during the programme will more than cover the cost - if not, we will refund you the difference. So the programme is at best highly profitable and at worst free of charge. One of the ideas implemented by a participant in a company (a small engineering firm with 35 employees) increased annual revenue by £134,185!
Fees - Options:
4 modules (without ROI guarantee) £4,000
7 modules (without ROI guarantee) £6,000
Full programme with guarantee £7,200
Prices are per group and subject to VAT.
Please contact us for full course details and grant funding availability - if you're a SME (small and medium size business) based in the North East of England you should be eligble for up to 40% grant funding contribution towards the cost of the programme.