About The Management Series
True leadership is a surprisingly rare ability, so much so that it can be tempting to regard it as innate, and consider those who possess it as somehow ‘born to lead’. Yet in truth, leadership is defined by a set of specific emotional skills - skills like decisiveness, purpose and resilience - that can be taught and developed over time. With organisations becoming less and less hierarchical and the changing technological and economic landscape posing a host of new challenges, mastering the skills of leadership has never been more difficult - or more vital.
That’s why we created the Management Series: a dedicated programme of workshops for senior colleagues within organisations, (managers, department heads, executives, or any other group of aspiring or existing leaders). The series consists of specialised, expanded versions of our regular business workshops, focusing on the seven core emotional skills all effective managers require, and placing particular emphasis on how they impact the management of employees and teams.
Each workshop is three hours long (rather than the usual two), covering each skill in greater depth at a more advanced level with added time for exercises and discussion. They’re designed not only to teach the fundamental skills of management, but to provide senior colleagues with the means for instilling those same skills in others within the wider organisation. If your organisation is looking to promote new leaders, enhance the skills of your existing managers, or inspire the leaders of the future, the Management Series is a crash course in the fundamentals of effective command.
The Management Series is intended for groups of managers from a single organisation. The group can be made up of managers or leaders from across the organisation, i.e. attendee groups do not need to be in-tact teams.