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Public Programmes & Courses

Management, Relationships & Myers-Briggs

(Knowledge & Skills Courses (London))

Wednesday, 11 October 2017 (9:00am4:30pm)

Grange Fitzrovia Hotel , Bloomsbury

£330 or £990 for a package of 4 different courses

Please click here if you'd like to find out about running this course in-house.

Notes:

The cost of this workshop includes a confidential Myers-Briggs assessment.

Module details

Overview:

This course can be held in-house or can be run, on demand, as a public course. Click on either of the above links for more details (or contact us by email or phone 07977 492926 / 01446 774864).

Improving as a manager is a personal journey. You have to experience it and there are no shortcuts. This workshop considers the basic and essential building blocks of the role of a manager:

  • administration and management
  • leadership and teamwork
  • change management

Because managers spend the majority of their time interacting with other people the workshop considers commonly used models of behaviour, including

  • Myers-Briggs (MBTI)
  • Concepts such as emotional intelligence, core quadrants and PAEI

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the links between leadership, change and management
  • Appreciate the need to be flexible and self aware
  • Consider personality and learning models and the impact of your personality
  • Use Myers-Briggs (MBTI) to test the models
  • Understand your preferences for processing data and making decisions
  • Consider the impact of different leadership and management styles

Course Content:

  • Leadership and management
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Personality and behavioural models
  • Myers-Briggs (MBTI
  • Preferences: data, decisions, lifestyle
  • Personality disorders
  • The impact of stress on personality
  • Using personality models to understand leadership, managing change and team based working

Feedback:

  • Plenty of time for discussion and interaction
  • Excellent explanation of ideas and theories of management
  • It is OK to be who I am and I can make a valuable contribution
  • Excellent day - very well delivered and great participation
  • I enjoyed the style of the learning - it was relaxed and very informative

Click for more feedback:

  • It has made me reflect on my management skills
  • Considering how to manage change is key for me in my new management role
  • Good opportunity for sharing with others
  • Useful evaluation tools
  • Confidently implement changes within the workforce
  • I will take back all I have learned and hopefully use it in my work
  • Made me appreciate the importance of investing more time in checking the impact of new changes on staff
  • Think more and communicate with all team members about change
  • Very interesting and fun - re-assuring
  • Enjoyable company, others in the same position - very helpful feedback in group discussions

Leader:

Terry Dennis

NHS KSF Assessment

Core Dimensions

Dimension

Value

1 Communication

4

2 Personal and people development:

4

4 Service Improvement:

3

5 Quality:

3

6 Equality and diversity:

3

Specific Dimensions: Information and Knowledge

Dimension

Value

IK1 Information processing:

1

IK2 Information collection and analysis:

1

IK3 Knowledge and information resources:

1

Specific Dimensions: General

Dimension

Value

G1 Learning and develepment:

4

G2 Development and innovation:

4

G3 Procurement and commissioning:

1

G4 Financial management:

1

G5 Services and project management:

4

G6 People management:

4

G7 Capacity and capability:

4

Click here for details of how this course can be run as an in-house event.