Thirteen Principles for Managing People

The managerial imperative is to lead, support, and empower workers so that they can give their personal best. At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to identify thirteen principles used by great managers for effectively managing their direct reports. The main objective of this one-day workshop is to sensitize participants to the fundamental issues involved in enhancing employee value and thereby ensuring the continued success of the organization. Participants will leave the workshop armed with the things they need to do to get their direct reports feeling good about getting out of bed in the morning, coming to work on time, and doing the work right the first time.

What Will You Learn

  • The purpose of leadership
  • The thirteen principles for managing people:
       1. Hiring good people
       2. Setting clear standards
       3. Training them well
       4. Motivating them
       5. Acknowledging and rewarding them
       6. Building a positive organizational climate
       7. Building a great team
       8. Empowering team members
       9. Delegating
       10. Listening and communicating
       11. Separating praise from correction
       12. Promoting from within
       13. Counseling out non-performers

Who Should Attend 

 Managers and supervisors. 


$45,000 JMD

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Thirteen Principles for Managing People
Live In Person
Date to be announced - 1 day, 9am - 4pmKingston
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Date to be announced - 1 day, 9am - 2:30pmOnline
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