Sep 11

Unlock your Managerial Potential


Research has proved that the single most important factor that determines an employee’s performance is dependent on the way he or she is managed by his/her immediate manager or supervisor. Getting the best out of people is an art as well as a science. Do consider either attending this workshop yourself or nominating your valued mangers who can benefit from this workshop, professionally as well as personally. It’s indeed a very highly inspirational workshop.


WORKSHOP Contents:

  • Perception and Reality about Personal Potential
  • Nature, Importance & Impact of Hidden Professional Potential
  • Managers’ Role as Change-Maker in Organization
  • Managers’ Satisfaction & Frustrations
  • Skills Required to become an Exceptional Manager
  • Traits, Motives & Characteristics of  Highly Skilled Managers
  • Building Effective Managerial Behaviors and Attitudes
  • Applying Managerial Skills & Personal Leadership in
  • Daily Business Affairs


WORKSHOP Benefits:

After this Training, attendees will be able to:


  • Managerial Potential and its Success Dynamics
  • Roles Managers can improve at workplace
  • Impact of Managerial Leadership on success
  • Importance of ‘Living Leadership’ for Managers

Apply & Exercise:

  • Managerial Excellence at workplace
  • Skill Creating & Transfer to co-workers
  • Goal Oriented & Result Producing Styles
  • Quantum of Managerial Potential at Work Place

LEARNING Methodology:

  • Presentation
  • Role Plays
  • Simulations
  • Brain Storming
  • Application Activities
  • Skill Building Exercises
  • ‘Expect-the-Unexpected’


Ideal for People to Attend:

Front Line & Middle Managers in Sales, Administration, HR, IT, Production, & Marketing, Young and New Entrants, Entrepreneurs


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