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Principles and Practice of Management

A GISC Approach to Growing and Developing

as a Manager


Becoming a successful manager the development of new skills and abilities: delegation, team building, supervision, change management and talent management, just to name a few.

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Becoming a successful manager also requires embracing new perspectives. For example: what does it mean to become accountable not just for your own performance, but for others? How do you manage the need to expand the range of your personal and professional "presence"? In this two-day program, participants will use a Gestalt approach to learn about and enhance their approach, presence and skills as a manager.

 

Benefits

Through lectures, presentations, demonstrations, assessments, and practice sessions, you will have an opportunity to:

 

  • Develop your awareness of what being or becoming a
    manager means to you
  • Expand your understanding of the impact of personal and
    professional presence
  • Increase awareness of your management presence and style
    while identifying your developmental edge.
  • Explore a process of balancing "Strategic and Intimate©
    behaviors for increasing your managerial impact
  • Understand the importance of, and be introduced to,
    managerial coaching skills
  • Focus on your attitude and capacity for delegation
  • Identify powerful tools for effecting change as a manager
  • Explore with peers, the daily challenges of being a manager

 

Participants
Anyone who is or expects to be a manager of people.

 


 

 


 

 

 

 

Dates and Fees:

Principles of Management:

A GISC Approach to Growing and Developing as a Manager

Dates
April 9-10, 2018
Begins
Monday, 9am
Ends
Tuesday, 5pm
Fee
$1,495
 
GISC Member: $1,445
CE Hours
15
Faculty: Stuart Simon
Location South Wellfleet, Cape Cod Massachusetts, United States


“Already a seasoned professional, I moved to a new area and faced many challenges adjusting to changes in my personal and professional life. The Skills for Influential Leadership class helped me reevaluate the value and skills I bring to the table. I left the three-day program with renewed interest in collaboration and problem solving as well as a renewed sense of confidence. I can’t wait to go back to another program.”

Sheila Hoogeboom, MEd
Director of Business & Credit Programs
Community Development Partnership


“This program was a big help for me. I learned a lot about myself and several simple tools that improved my ability to work with and lead others on my team as well as my clients. I learned how to recognize and set aside some of my own assumptions about people and the challenges we were facing. This has allowed me to see new opportunities and solutions for moving my organization forward.”

Daniel Clark
Program Director
AmericaSpeaks



     
Gestalt International Study Center
1035 Cemetery Road, P.O. Box 515, South Wellfleet, MA 02663
Phone: +1 508 349 7900