Sessions can be run in-house so that the subjects discussed can be tailored to your organisation's policies and procedures. Delegates are away from work for the minimum amount of time. Charge is on a per delegate per session basis and as such makes an extremely cost effective way of training your whole management team.
At one location offering places to a number of companies. If you only have one or two delegates to train, these sessions give the added advantage of attendees being able to interact with delegates from different sectors and different management disciplines.
MANAGEMENT TRAINING SUMMARY:
Training for Managers is offered in following units. All units can be tailored to the company needs.
1. Starting Employment
2. Absence Management
3. Disciplinary and Grievance
4. Equal Opportunities
5. Bullying and Harassment
6. Work/Life Balance
We also offer training to all staff on:
1. Equal Opportunities
2. Bullying and Harassment
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It is common practice in UK businesses for senior management to identify exceptionally good operators who show excellent competence and potential leadership qualities in their localised work areas. Having identified such individuals, these employees are then promoted to a junior management position.
The employee goes home on a Friday as one of the best people in the company and returns the following Monday with the new role of Team Leader, Foreman, Supervisor or Assistant Manager etc.
We seem to expect this exemplary employee somehow to have magically acquired the people-management skills needed for the new role. A few weeks or months later we wonder why our new junior manager has not been as successful at his/her new role as he/she was at the previous one.
DOES THIS SITUATION RING A BELL WITH YOU?
Empact has designed, tried and tested a series of training sessions aimed at managers which takes them through the logical sequence of dealing with employee and employment-related issues.
The complete course is geared towards a suitable level of understanding of the legal issues involved in the management of people at work and will focus managers on the clear understanding of the advantages to themselves and the company of good, fair and reasonable practices related to the management of staff. The pitfalls of failure to carry out management in a sensible manner will also be addressed.
Each session lasts for half a day and it is suggested that each junior manager attends once a week. The sessions take the delegates through:
WEEK 1 - STARTING WORK
Recruitment, interviewing and selection
Conducting probationary period reviews
WEEK 2 - ABSENCE MANAGEMENT
Recognising reasons for absence
Tactics to reduce absenteeism
Disability and long term absence
WEEK 3 - HANDLING DISCIPLINARY & GRIEVANCE SITUATIONS
Identifying need for discipline
Application of disciplinary procedure
Dealing effectively with grievances
WEEK 4 - EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
What the law says
What the law does not say
The Equality Act
Application of Equal Opportunities Policy
WEEK 5 - RECOGNISING & DEALING WITH BULLYING & HARASSMENT
Definition of bullying and harassment
How this parallels with equal opportunities legislation
Dealing with allegations of harassment or bullying
The Protection from Harassment Act
WEEK 6 - WORK LIFE BALANCE
Maternity, paternity and adoption legislation
Shared parental leave
Ordinary parental leave
Leave of absence
When to agree to requests for alteration of work patterns
When to refuse requests for alteration of work patterns