All our new manager programmes provide the best foundation any participant will need to lead their teams with confidence, commitment and know-how.'We cannot thank Phoenix enough for the difference in skill level and confidence that our managers are now showing and how the business has seen a real difference in them!' - Lisa Gray, Learning & Development Business Partner, Money and Pensions Service
It’s vital that your new or untrained managers, supervisors and team leaders are provided with some clear guidance and a practical skills base from which they can embrace their role with enthusiasm, confidence and skill.
Whether your focus is on overcoming the challenges of transitioning from team member to manager, handling ‘difficult’ conversations or designing individual motivational strategies, all our programmes will be designed around your specific objectives and delivered in a highly engaging way that ensures immediate application.
And remember, all our participants get unlimited 121 support after working with us, providing them with guidance and advice whenever it is needed.
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Catering For All: Business Training for Every Type of Learner – a Guest Blog by Lily Meyers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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