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At The Knowledge Academy, our classroom-based training courses allow delegates to study and learn in a friendly, engaging,
and interactive environment. We ensure the very best level of teaching, with first-rate instructors, resources,
and state-of-the-art facilities. We provide courses of varying durations and can arrange weekend and residential
courses in order to suit your requirements.
Furthermore, our classroom courses are carried out in thousands of locations worldwide, making training easily accessible wherever you are. Our courses typically begin at 9.00 am and continue until 5.00 pm each day, with breaks and refreshments provided. , As our most popular form of training available, we pride ourselves in continuously delivering an outstanding learning experience for our delegates in the classroom.
Our online-based training courses aim to provide you with a complete training experience. Due to their
flexibility, these courses are greatly suited to busy working professionals, or any individual who would prefer the
convenience of an online training course.
Our Computer-Based Training (CBT) courses remove the time and cost associated with travelling to course locations. You can complete your chosen course in any location, and work at your own pace, as the learning portal can be accessed 24/7. All of our online training courses have technical and administrative support and mobile access. Furthermore, each course has been carefully designed to incorporate informative, instructive, and engaging content. In this way, online learning can guarantee a valuable and enjoyable training solution.
Our In-House training option allows you to select any of our courses and receive training at a venue of your choice,
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In-House courses deliver training to multiple employees at once, thus reducing travel expenses and providing you with the ultimate convenience and value for money. In addition, this option allows you to receive a training course that has been specifically tailored to meet your business needs, ensuring first-class quality, applicability, and value.
By choosing to bring bespoke training to the office, you can improve business performance, and make your organisation more streamlined, resourceful, and profitable. With over 25 years’ of experience, we are the market-leaders of In-House training.
Our Virtual training courses provide you with the option to learn using a specialised simulated virtual environment.
In this environment, our expert training instructors will be able to convey information and provide you with the
all the knowledge you require to earn your qualification with The Knowledge Academy. As the largest global
training provider, this method of training allows us to extend our training scope to those who may not
be able to attend a classroom course itself, but would like to receive direct training and support from an instructor.
Using this training delivery method, you would benefit from the convenience of remote access and the elimination of the time and cost associated with travelling to a training venue.
This Introduction to Managing People training course will cover the following topics:
Need of Management Skills
Approaches to Management Skills
Principles of Management
Theory of Organisation
The Management Process
Process of Organising
Directing the Process
The Control Process
Coordination of Process
Ways to Manage Power and Authority
The Decision-Making Process
Overview of Leadership
Introduction to Leadership
Role of the Leader
Tools and Techniques of Leadership
Different Theories of Leadership Skills
Characteristics of Leadership
Relationship between Leadership and Management
Qualities of a Good Leader
Types of Leadership
Democratic and Participative Leadership
Variety of Leadership
Factors of Leadership
Motivation and Personal Performance
Introduction to Motivation
Characteristics of Motivation
Importance of Motivation
Maslow’s Need Hierarchy Theory
Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory
Maslow’s Need Hierarchy vs Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory
Vroom’s Expectancy Theory
Introduction to Managing Time
Identify Objectives and Goals
Fundamental Skills for Managing
Why is Time Management Important in a Corporate Environment?
Creating a plan
Role of Planning
Time Management in different organisations
Role of the Organiser
Effective Team Management
Qualities of Good Teams
Types of Teams
Ways to Build a Successful Team
Steps of Team Development
Standard Managing Style
How to deal with Poor Performance
Delivering the message
Goals and Objectives of Managing Performance
This Management Training course provides candidates with an understanding of management and the skills required to effectively manage people within a team. During one day this Managing People training course enables candidates to effectively manage people within a team and overcome financial and policy related issues. Individuals will learn the key responsibilities of a manager, including hiring, firing, communicating, appraising, disciplining, and training team members.
This training course can be taken by anyone who wishes to improve their skills in managing people.
This is a beginners training course and so there are no prerequisites.
There is no pre-course reading required for this course.
There is no exam which delegates are required to take.
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