Leaders learn Institute for sale management, Urbar, in new training ‘Principle of minimal management’ of the ifsm to more effect. When should I do it?” One often hears this complaint from executives in difficult economic times, when more and more tasks land on their desks. Is a reason for this: many (young) leaders set the wrong priorities in their work. Robert A. Iger is often quoted as being for or against this. They spend way too much time with professional duties, while their control and management tasks remain. As they develop more leadership power can, without rub on themselves personally, the learn (prospective) managers in a three-day training, which for the first time to perform the ifsm Institute for sale management, Urbar, from 9 to 11 November. The three-day intensive training is divided into three parts. The first day is available under the heading itself lead”.
This reflect the participants among others, their understanding of leadership and what its central tasks as a leader are. In addition they train to lead their employees proactively so, that these necessary that behavior to achieve the goals certainly show. A further topic is: how to organize and I structured my work everyday as a leader so that I can fulfill my responsibilities without burning out? The second day of the seminar devoted to titled dialogical perform”the question: How can managers ensure that their employees perform tasks independently? Now, the participants learn the golden rules of the delegate. You train staff talks also to demonstrate that their embassies at the arrive and show the desired effect. A further priority is to give the employee a positive and negative feedback about their performance. Also discussed is how important are the unofficial talks in everyday work with the employees for leadership success. The third day of the seminar the motto Lead teams”.
Now, the participants learn to stimulate group dynamic processes and to accompany. Also, they practice with teams to agree on targets and to transfer these tasks. Training (critical) feedback to teams in review talks and specifically from routines to pull them, to initiate change processes is also. Discussed is also how conflicts in the team can be used to initiate development processes. The training principle of the minimal balance”is directed ifsm Managing Director Klaus Kissel, who is also author of the book. The training held in Hohr-Grenzhausen (near Koblenz) that participation in 1590 euros (+ VAT). More seminar dates: 20 to 22 January and 17 to 19 March appropriate training offered ifsm also in-house 2010. For more information about the seminar at. You can also contact the ifsm sale Management Institute (Tel: 0261 / 962 3641;) E-Mail:).