Management Practices: Empowering New Leaders
The impact of a good leadership involves several factors which emphasize efficiency and effectiveness, but the most significant results of good leadership is expressed in the development of new managers. In this course you will learn about the theoretical and practical implications related to the development of new managers, how to elevate the performance of the working process, as well as to incorporate the best practices for motivating and empowering your workforce towards becoming successful managers.
- Understand the fundamental aspects that affect the process of developing and inspiring new managers.
- Comprehend the most renowned practices and strategies of inspiring and developing new managers.
- Incorporate the industrial knowledge and theories of defining a clear management track that will outline the process of new management development.
- Develop appropriate principles of management development for your organization through emphasizing the importance of continuous development.
About this course
Developing new managers is a new challenge that has been emphasized by many management professionals and researchers. Managers operate with the challenge of achieving their goals and objectives, as well as to establish a right balance between managing the workforce and increasing their managing capabilities so that they can become managers in the future.
This course is developed to provide a theoretical and practical understanding of the importance of developing new managers, the challenges that are associated with this process, and to establish a management approach that will help you become a more successful manager through developing and empowering new managers. Furthermore, this course aims to support you in the process of obtaining the necessary knowledge so that you can utilize the best practices of developing new managers through emphasizing the role of continuous development.
“The key to successful leadership today is influence not authority.”– Kenneth Blanchard