How can managers be developed to their full potential? How do our people develop?
Too often, organisations see management development as an “event” – a training course or program. Such events, no matter how popular, well planned and facilitated, are most often not successful in changing behaviour over the longer term. Our emphasis on management development is to assist organisations with the design and implementation of ongoing learning and development processes for their people. To be truly effective, such processes are integrated into the person’s day to day work.
Following is an example of a leadership development process designed to take place over a 12 month period:
Other services provided by the National Learning Institute include . . .
Team building and facilitation
Change management processes
Quality Assurance systems
Design and development of training processes
Specific training modules such as Negotiation, Event Based Interviewing, Management Development
360 degree profiling
Organisational climate surveys
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