In the ifsm training ‘Principle of minimal guidance’ leaders learn to achieve more effect with less effort. “How I should deal with it all?” How should I meet all the requirements imposed on me? ” One hears such complaints often of (prospective) managers specially in the infamous sandwich position”in the company. One reason for this is: you put in their work often the wrong priorities. They use too much time on tasks while they neglect their command and control tasks. As they have more effect, without personally work out to, experienced leaders in a training, launching the ifsm Institute for sale management, Urbar in March 2012. The in-service training, which spans a period of eight months, consists of three three-day seminar and training modules.
The first module is available under the heading the Executive: basics to the Self management”. In it reflect the participants including the understanding of their leadership and their central tasks as a leader. In addition they deal intensively with the different styles of leadership. “Another core theme of the first module is: how to organize and I structured my workday as a leader so that I no medium or long term to burn out” can achieve the required results? “The second module with the title of the dialogue with the staff” revolves around the question: How can managers ensure that their employees are getting better and so increasingly they relieve? Now, the participants learn the golden rules of the delegation. You train staff talks also to demonstrate that their embassies at the arrive and show the desired effect. Another focus is to give the employees a positive or negative feedback about their performance.
Discussed is also the unofficial talks in everyday work with the Are employees for leadership success. The title of the third module is the team”. Now, the participating leaders learn to stimulate group dynamic processes and accompany. Also, they practice with teams to agree on targets and to transfer these tasks. Training (critical) feedback to teams in review talks and specifically from routines to pull them, to initiate change processes is also. “The training principle of minimal guidance” is directed by ifsm Managing Director Klaus Kissel, who is also author of the book. 3360 euros in participation in further education (+ VAT).For more information about the training at. You can also contact the ifsm sale Management Institute (Tel: 0261 / 962 3641;) E-Mail:). Ifsm also three-day compact seminars on principle of minimum management offers the training”on.