Managing for Maximum Performance

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Managing people for maximum performance is a learned skill, and this one-day short course teaches participants how to set standards, manage expectations and hold people to account so they become a great professional.

Did you know that 87% of new managers feel out of their depth** and wish they’d had more training before they started in their new role? Being able to lead and coach people is highly scalable, whether you’re a two-person company or part of a major conglomerate.

In this high performing teams short course you will learn the cost of poor performance followed by the roadmaps, frameworks, feedback models, work allocation tools, recruitment approaches, and more so that you, as a leader, are managing for maximum performance.

You will learn how to have an ear to the ground and start to really coach teams to become highly productive professionals. We also take a look at the recruitment process and how to recruit the right people into your team.

**"Research Shows That Your First-Time Managers Aren't Ready to Lead. Now, What?" by Heather R. Huhman, Entrepreneur.com

Who should attend?

This is a fantastic entry level course for future managers, leaders, and coaches, and we see a wide range of ages and expertise levels attend. Whether you’re new to leading or experienced and seeking to refresh your leadership skills, this course is suitable.

Duration

1 day

Study modes

Face-to-face, Live online, workplace

Fees*

$750

(unless stated, Swinburne Professional courses do not attract GST)