Want to work as a skilled manager? Enroll the Diploma in Management Skills course and explore the various management skills for fostering your managerial career.
If you are a new manager and want to enhance your skill, the course is the best choice for you. The course teaches you the techniques of engaging and motivating your employees in the work so that they can give maximum output. You will explore “lean management” strategies for problem-solving and process improvement. The techniques of solving conflict resolution and workplace bullying will also be covered in the course. Finally, you will learn to handle a team efficiently.
Upon completion, you will be able to develop strategies for fostering high engagement and empowerment.
Benefits you will get?
Affordable, engaging & premium-quality e-learning study materials
Assessment through Tests and Quizzes and instant result
Access to course content on mobile, tablet or desktop from anywhere anytime
Personalized learning – Learn at your own pace, time and place
A vast array of fascinating subjects
Regularly updated contents
Dedicated support team working 24/7
Anyone with any academic background can enroll into this course.
A device with an active internet connection
We assess our learners through quizzes or multiple choice test. This test will be assessed automatically and immediately to give you an instant result.
The PDF copy of Certificate of Completion can be claimed at the free of cost. If you need a hardcopy of this certificate, you have to pay an additional payment. The time for PDF certificate turnaround is 24 hours, and for the hardcopy, it is 3-7 working days.
Introduction to the Essential Skills
The Mind of the Lean Leader
Values & Culture
Responsibilities: Communication, Boundaries and Delegation
Developing Employee Skills
Basic Skill Trainings
Skill Building Example
Motivating Your Team Members
Power of Purpose
Life Cycles and Motivation
Situational Motivatoin Stimulus Control
Coaching and Communication Skills
Manager as Coach
Intro to Coaching Skills
Difficult Conversations - Giving and Receiving Feedback