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The Management Side of Leadership
– Becoming ‘Chief Product Manager’ of People and Performance
Is Success a Design or an Act of Randomness?
Highly successful sports people are products of
deliberate practices. Long term processes of hard
training. Designed Acts.
No athlete come close to serious trophies by sheer
talent. Winning is no random act.
Similar with successful managers and executives.
Thousands of hours of operation hone skills, expand
business insights and teach people dynamics – more
successes than failures create paths to tread. Guided
development over hopeful progression.
Your job in management is to manage – and lead. You
are ‘Chief Product Manager’ of people and
performance – deliberately – more efficient and with
higher yield than yesterday.
The “Management Side of Leadership” offers:
What is the value chain of people and
Recruit your people of tomorrow!
Interview to find true talents
Onboard people for immediate impact
‘Delegate’ to create challenges and growth
When coaching/ performance reviews count!
Re-/up-skill people for future performance
Promotion and succession planning
Drive efficient meetings
When your people are poached
Make people exit well
Lets Process Together…
This training complements leadership trainings as
you will strive to practice future practises. Learn
from agile and efficient organizations how to
optimize your management processes.
You’ll want to transform your business, your
department and push your people and performance
to designed standards enabling you to win long term!
Who Should Participate? You want to have a position of leadership. You are likely
1-2 years into your tenure having attended a leadership
training and now want to manifest your complete scope
of management skills.
Practicalities: 3 – days training, including 3 x coaching sessions during
6 months following the training;
EUR 3,450.- (excl VAT)
“The Management Side of Leadership” will be
conducted annually in Denmark and in English when
required by the participants