Date: 23rd January 2017
Location: Central Manchester
Time: 8:30am - 12:30pm
Theme: Leadership & Mentoring
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Are you a Leader or are you a Manager? The session will explore the different characteristics that constitute an effective Leader and an effective Manager and provide a practical framework for developing those skills.
You will break down in terms of deliverable and specific characteristics what make people successful in each of those roles and create a framework for identifying areas for development within each facilitating the creation of a personal action plan for developing those skills.
What will attendees learn / take away from the session?
- The difference between a Leader and a Manager
- The specific characteristics and skills that make up a Leader and a Manager
- A framework for assessing current performance against those characteristics
- An action-plan for developing specific characteristics
- Focus on 2 key Leadership & Management Skills - effective communication and performance management
Mark Dyble has been working for 9½ years with Business Owners & Executives to develop their businesses and in parallel to develop themselves as effective leaders & managers as part of that process.
Mark has a broad commercial general management background. Mark was the Managing Director of a start-up business based in the Far East. He has been General Manager of a Cash & Carry and Head of Logistics for a major sportswear brand. He has also spent time as a Financial Analyst for a large Plc, a Marketing Controller for a catering brand and a Programme Manager for a leading online and offline retailer. In his early 20s he was a coal-face supervisor, a baptism of fire when it comes to people management.
08.30am – Refreshments and Networking
09.00am – Welcome and Introductions
09:10am – What is Leadership & what is a Management and what does competence look like.
09.40am – Breaking down Leadership & Management into specific character traits and skills.
10:10am – Focusing in on 2 key skills: Communication & Performance Management
10:40am – BREAK
11:00am – Creating a self-development action plan for improving specific skills
11:45am – Identifying development opportunities in everyday business life
12:30pm - Close