Free Level 7 Manager Development Programme
In early 2018 we launched our free level 7 Manager Development Programme. In all around 200 managers have partcipated in the series of webinars and workshops.
We've recorded all webinars and the links to those are now given below. Access is free and without need to register.
Possibly the very best bit of the Programme was the small group workshops, run face to face and online. Instead of the Programme, we take the discussion idea and now offer one-to-one or one-to-few management mentoring and round-table discussions.
Why not start by working through the Programme online? Then contact us to set up your own mentoring or round-table workshop activity for you and your colleagues.
Around 80% of UK managers are untrained in people-management. Just think about the improvement in firms if it were the other way. Just think about the improvement in employee job satisfaction, organisational effectiveness, profit and reduced manager stress that such a shift would give! As you read this, you can probably think of managers in your own firm who don’t have the skills and knowledge to effectively manage people. They need to engage with this programme.
Level 7 Training
All managers need to use management science - and not just replicate out-of-context 'best practice' or implement the suggestions of untrained gurus. Levels 5 and 6 teach 'best practice' and 'how to...'. Level 7 teaches you to think and to challenge. Managers need to manage at Level 7. You shouldn't put up with less.
Let TimelessTime train you at NQF/EQF Level 7. We offer a rolling programme covering three central disciplines - hiring, managing and developing people. The whole programme is at Level 7. It's designed for managers who want the Level 7 knowledge and skills without the onerous assessment that comes from university-based or ILM/CMI courses. It focusses only on managing people - but it covers the whole topic.
And it's provided COMPLETELY FREE OF CHARGE.
The programme comprises three topics delivered as six 30-minute webinars. The Programme, when delviered first, included one two hour workshop per topic. You can dip in and out as your time allows. There's no need to attend all webinars. And the whole course is delivered online. We now offer manager mentoring and small-group workshops in place of the original workshops.
All the webinars are availble to 'listen again'. You can access them here in any order - though we'd recommend taking them in order.
The original advantage of attending the post-trimester workshop was the ability to listen and ask questions. Contact us now to set up your very own manager mentoring or small-group round table.
What will you learn?
Valid, tangible and immediately applicable information and methods to enable you to excel in managing, developing and hiring your people.
What’s the webinar style?
Six short presentations with a simultaneous online question and answer session per topic. There are three topics.
What's the small-group workshop style?
A group of like-minded managers sharing the issues, encouraged and enabled by some mini-presentations. Delivered either online and face-to-face, to match partcipant needs.
No manager has time to learn management by gathering experience over the years. All need an instant theoretical understanding on which to buid knowledge and skill from subsequent experience. These webinars aim to touch all the areas of management sceince that managers will need when managing their people.
The webinars below refer to the trimester workbook. You can download the Managing People workbook here.
Webinar 3: Fostering innovation and changing culture
The business case for growing your people is persuasive. It’s mostly cheaper than recruiting new staff with new skills and there is the ancillary benefit of heightened commitment from all. These webinars aim to hit all the main points of people-development science.
Getting the right people in to a firm is fundamental. No manager has time to learn recruitment and selection by experience alone. In these webinars, we provide an evidence-based approach that tasks the manager to first define what sort of person they need. The susequent teaching here shows how to recruit to that definition.
Webinar 6: Closing the deal: Making sure the best join
Who is the programme for?
The programme is for any manager in any organisation, though the programme is designed for managers of organisations in the United Kingdom. It's for any manager managing teams of any size in the public, private or charity sectors.
We're management consultants. We'd been running workshops for clients since 2010 covering pretty much the same content as now offered in this programme. Our marketing was traditional, with web site, email campaigns and networking. But we constantly lamented that the marketing of our consulting services would be a lot easier if managers knew the science behind management. Our sales would progress more fluidly if the client manager understood what we were talking about.
Then one day, following a stint lecturing people-management at the University of Sussex on the Management MSc, the programme was born. The idea was simple. We'd provide the background free. We'd educate managers. After all, that was what our other marketing vehicles like our web site and email campaigns did. The programme would just concentrate the knowledge. So, our training activities would become our marketing.
The programme sits alongside our recent book titled Because Your People Matter, ISBN 978-1-78623-417-9 available from Foyles, Waterstones and Amazon.
About the presenters
John is an alumnus of Loughborough University, University of East London, the Open University, the Open University Business School and Birkbeck, University of London, in engineering, management and organisational psychology. He has run technology and engineering companies and led R&D activities in SMEs and multi-nationals for over 30 years. He has been instrumental in driving corporate and public policy across technology and engineering for firms and governments worldwide. In a global career, John has led teams in 32 countries. He is a Chartered Manager and a Chartered Engineer.
More recently, as a mentor and consultant, John has helped several hundred managers achieve business change through mentoring and by delivering organisational development projects.
John is a guest lecturer at the University of Sussex on the Management MSc and is a STEM Ambassador.
For more see John's LinkedIn profile.
For over 30 years Sue has led the human resource function in several firms, heading up and driving organisational improvement and change across chemicals, aerospace, education and charities sectors in four continents. She has been instrumental in shaping relationships between people and organisations in pursuit of growth and prosperity for all. Sue is an alumna of Newcastle University, De Montfort University and the Open University in education, human resource management and psychology & economics. She is a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD and has Qualified Teacher Status.
Over the past seven years Sue has supported several hundred SME managers, delivering HR support and change projects.
For more see Sue's LinkedIn profile.
And then what?
You can then go on to be mentored by one of our consultants or you can participate with others from your firm in a small group round table workshop on any of the topics. Just call us to discuss.
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