Leadership Skills Training and Management Development Courses in the UK & Worldwide - Clemorton Consultancy
Management and Leadership Development - Workshops

Management and Leadership Development - Workshops

Ongoing management development impacts profitability. Expanding managers’ abilities is key to a healthy business.

“... if a business is standing still in reality it is going backwards.”
Sir John Harvey-Jones

Clemorton realise that this quote applies to managers more than anyone else in business. Consolidation of management skills will ensure that your business is continually moving forward. We have a range of management development courses available for your staff.

Advanced Interviewing - Behavioural Interviewing
Who will benefit?
Personnel wishing to develop their interviewing skills or those involved in more complex staff selection e.g. Recruiting Managers

Why choose this course?
Behavioural Interviewing is a technique which allows recruiters to match potential employees more closely with an ideal job profile through subtle interviewing skills.
These techniques allow the interviewer to assess candidates more objectively by focussing discussions on key areas during the interview process.

What delegates will learn?
1. What Behavioural Interviewing is and the benefits
2. How to recognise different behaviours at interview
3. How to structure Behavioural Questions to assess key attributes
4. How to avoid unfair discrimination
Developing Leaders
Who will benefit?
1. Managers identified as being core to the success of your organisation over a medium to longer-term period.
2. Those who have the potential to be tomorrow’s leaders.

Why choose this course?
Leadership and Management are vital in any organisation however; they are completely different entities, which require different skills and abilities. This course starts the process of developing your key managers into Leaders.

What delegates will learn

1. The difference between Management and Leadership
2. How to set future direction
3. How to communicate as an effective leader
4. How to create Vision for your organisation
5. How to identify leadership potential
6. How to manage and lead peoples talents
Managing Within The Law
Who will benefit?
All new managers and those with no previous training in managing within the law.

Why choose this course?

1. The increasing compensation culture in the world has not been lost in the workplace.
2. Managers must protect their Organisations and themselves from potentially costly claims through inappropriate management practices and procedures.

What delegates will learn

1. Understand Capability, Disciplinary and Grievance procedures
2. Know when and how to employ these processes
3. How to deal with sickness absence
4. Overview Unfair dismissal cases, Industrial Relations issues and Employment Law
Managing Change
Who wiil benefits?
Managers and Organisations involved in establishing new ways of working and/or structural re-organisation issues.

Why choose this course?

Changing work conditions can have profound effects on staff at all levels. Although there will always be “winners” and “losers” when changes are made, your objective is to have the majority of people performing to capacity in the new environment as quickly as possible.

What delegates will learn

1. Understand the reasons for change
2. Recognise the usual responses to change
3. A process for implementing change
4. How to manage effectively at each stage of the change process
5. How to manage performance and motivation issues during a change process
Creative Problem Solving
“Some men see things as they really are and ask, why? I dream of things that never were and ask, why not?”
George Bernard Shaw

Who will benefit?

1. Any individual involved in planning and leading discussions designed to propose solutions to overcome potential hurdles.
2. Managers at all levels.

Why choose this course?

The ability to look at things differently and to generate solutions to problems is a key attribute for any manager and organisation. Your ability to problem solve may well determine future success.

What delegates will learn

1. How to be a creative thinker
2. Understand the natural mental locks which stifle creative thinking
3. Tips for undoing mental locks
4. Various problem-solving techniques
Project Management
Who will benefit?
Managerial staff and individuals or groups assigned to project work.

Why choose this course?

Successful project management enhances individual credibility and ensures presentation of material to decision makers in a workable format which allows appropriate decisions to be made.

What delegates will learn

1. What constitutes a project
2. The stages of project management
3. How to collect data for interpretation
4. How to benchmark
5. Business writing and effective report writing skills
Running Effective Meetings
Who will benefit?
Managers and staff involved in regular group meeting situations

Why choose this course?

Conducting, facilitating and chairing meetings are an important yet often under-valued skill. In order to maintain focus and generate outputs, skilled facilitators need to be disciplined, organised and display leadership qualities. At the same time, successful meetings require input from all attendees and skilled facilitation ensures appropriate participation. If most of your staff feel that most meetings are a waste of time – perhaps you could benefit from training designed to give you the key skills of running effective meetings.

What delegates will learn

1. Recognise the negative aspects of some meetings
2. Understand the key behaviours required of a chairman / leader
3. Be introduced to a model of effectiveness
4. Learn skills of effective chairing, appropriate structuring, delegate participation and how to generate winning outcomes
5. How to use a 7-step effective meetings framework
6. Opportunity to practise these skills
Stress Management
Who will benefit?
Staff at all levels

Why choose this course?
Stress in the workplace is a major contributor to loss of efficiency, absenteeism and lack of team working. A clear understanding of what the likely stressors are, how to recognise them and ultimately how to adopt coping strategies can be a major step towards reducing workplace stress levels. Managers in particular should be aware of the causes and effects of stress and be placed to make decisions regarding appropriate support for their staff

What delegates will learn

1. Recognise potential sources of stress & stress reactions
2. Learn the value of developing stress resistance resources
3. Consider the merits of stress support systems
Time Management
Who will benefit?
Staff at all levels

Why choose this course?

Time management is one of the key skills needed in the fast paced lifestyle we have today. Our ability to make the best use of time through analysis, planning and prioritising has beneficial effects on work outputs and personal organisation. Better use of time enhances quality of life and can be a major step towards increasing efficiency and indeed reducing workplace stress levels. Managers in particular should be aware of the advantages of good time management as often the demands on their time is greater than others in the workplace.

What delegates will learn

1 .Recognise time traps and time robbers
2. Understand how to set personal objectives
3. How to prioritise and schedule work appropriately
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