Starting Out In Management
Management techniques used for building good working relationships and getting the best performance from your team.
Learn how to manage people more effectively – whether you are a first-time manager in engineering and technology or you’re just looking to refresh your skills.
This course will introduce you to management techniques used for building good working relationships and getting the best performance from your team. Equipped with new techniques, you will return to the workplace more confident in your approach.
On this course you will learn to
- Identify management styles
- Identify individuals’ behaviours within a team and adapt your management style to suit them
- Improve the dynamics of a team
- Successfully lead and manage teams
- Delegate and motivate individuals
Who should attend?
Anyone who is new or is looking to be promoted to a managerial role. This course would also be good for existing managers wanting to refresh their skills. The course is relevant to managers in engineering and technology, as it links to section C of the Engineering Council’s UK Standard for Professional Engineering Competence (UK-SPEC).
Throughout the programme, exercises and practical activities will help you to familiarise yourself with different management techniques.
We will cover
- What is a manager
- Manager versus leadership
- Action Centred Leadership®
- John Adair
- Management styles
- Bruce Tuckman’s Forming, Storming, Performing
- Motivation – Alderfer and Maslow
Continuing Professional Development
This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.
28 Nov 2024
9:15am - 5:00pm
Professional Skills Trainer - IET
Louise is a Professional Skills Trainer for the IET specialising in a variety of both technical & personal development training. Louise holds an NVQ level 3 in Learning and Development and is TAP (Training Accreditation Programme) qualified; holding certificates in Training Design and Development as well as e-learning design. With an extensive career in learning and development, in both the public and private sectors, Louise has a wealth of experience of the full training cycle. Louise prides herself on designing and delivering consistent high quality training sessions and has a delivery style that engages her delegates to maximise their learning.
Professional Skills Trainer - IET
Debbie is a Professional Skills Trainer at the IET, specialising in personal development training. She has experience in delivering both group and one to one coaching in many different areas and roles. Debbie has many years’ experience and has the ability to deliver to all levels. Debbie is TAP qualified holding a certificate for e-learning and design. Her delivery allows delegates to feel relaxed and comfortable to ensure they are happy to participate and get the most out of each course. She prides herself on delivering a high standard whilst making the courses fun and interactive.
IET London: Savoy Place
The London headquarters of the IET.
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We are working with venues and suppliers that demonstrate best environmental practices, in particular achieving zero food waste, no single-use plastics, along with recycling and re-use of paper, metal, plastic and glass.
In order to reduce the carbon footprint of the event, we strongly encourage delegates to walk, cycle or use public transport to attend the event.
We’re fully committed to reducing our impact on the environment and are constantly looking for ways to become more sustainable.
09:00 - Refreshments on arrival
10:30 - Morning break
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch
15:00 – Afternoon Refreshments