Management Training Program

4 Basic Leadership Practices - Effective Management Training Program

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Leadership development is needed to successfully take charge of your team in today’s business world. Most companies offer a management training program that will help a leader to inspire their team and not dictate. Although some people might get by with the method of “learning by experience,” some of your leaders and managers are not getting things right. Investing in a management training program will help build leadership fundamentals, which will ensure success in your company. Here are four basic leadership practices your team should gain from an effective management training program.

  1. Starting at the top. Developing personal leadership skills can help your team become a more effective leader. They should be open to change and willing to grow in both an authority figure and individual. An effective leader needs to have good people kills. Associates should feel comfortable coming to your manager with problems, and not intimidated and afraid of their reaction. Listen to your employees carefully to understand each person’s point of view, this will show you respect them.
  2. Recognizing their potential. “How can I help?” is a question a leader should be asking frequently. The leader should be identifying opportunities within the wider organization where they can use this position to further progress. Recognize their potential, and help by coaching, removing road blocks, and by sharing examples from past problem-solving success.
  3. Making problems visible. The management training program will help your team to recognize problems that can be hidden by many things such as, inventory, spreadsheets, space, racking, reports, and excessive movement. A leader will help their team get the barriers removed so that then observe the situation, gather facts, think about how to fix the problem, and then implement the best solution.
  4. Celebrating success. In the process of managing your team, you want recognize their superior work. Leaders will make sure to celebrate teamwork when it produces excellent results. As Henry Ford says “Coming together is the beginning, keeping together is progress, and working together is success.” Feeling appreciated can make all the difference in the work place. In work organizations I have yet to find a person who says they are over-appreciated, over- encouraged, or over-praised. Many people feel their effort isn’t acknowledged and go to work every day yearning for the encouragement they have been missing out on.

The Success Formula

Although it’s not easy to succeed, observation and experience skills tell us that it is even harder to fail. They need good methods that will make them more successful and confident, as a leader. A management training program might be the “success formula” to help you develop successful leaders/managers.

Citations:

Corporate Coach Group: “Leadership Management Training – Failure is Not an Option”

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LeanCor Supply Chain Group is a trusted supply chain partner that specializes in lean principles to deliver operational improvement. LeanCor’s three integrated divisions – LeanCor Training and Education, LeanCor Consulting, and LeanCor Logistics – help organizations eliminate waste, drive down costs, and build a culture of continuous improvement.

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