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Deep knowledge of HR is essential for every business — and not just for the HR department. For those wanting to become leaders, effective HR training can help pave the stepping stones to success.
Management courses may only take one day, but the learning and development continues throughout a manager's career.
In-house training is an excellent way for managers to gain information and relevant skills needed for their job role.
4 signs that you might not be assertive enough
Management training is a great way for managers to develop their skills and knowledge. So why do so many manager courses fail?
Write clear and concise reports
Can you design practical and effective leadership training courses that will engage your new leaders and give them the skills they need to perform well?
Management training is a great way to ensure that those managing remote teams have all the necessary skills required to perform their role effectively.
The combination of attending a leadership training course and reading some incredibly useful books means your leaders will be top performers in no time at all.
Managing a difficult or dysfunctional team can be challenging as a manager. With the correct management skills, you can recognise the issues and help your team perform at their best..
January is the top month for changing jobs, is anyone on your team thinking of moving on?
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What do HR, L&D and Organisational Development professionals expect from Brexit?
It's important to deal with poor performance as soon as you spot it
How will Brexit affect your role?
Guidance and resources for HR and other managers tackling bullying at work
Quick tips on how to have a courageous conversations with someone who has a bad attitude
Get a free copy of Courageous Conversations - how to create a high performing team where people love to work
6 questions to ask yourself before you move on
Slides and webinar recording
6 generously discounted places on any course or combination of courses
How saying sorry can be very powerful for leaders
Who gets bullied? Who does the bullying? What can you do about it?