New Managers Courses in South Africa
2KO International offers courses for New Managers in Cape Town and elsewhere around the country, including Johannesburg and Durban. The New Managers Programme is a entry level programme for managers. It is oriented at new managers or managers growing from a technical specialist to a general management role. The NMP is first step for career progression into a general and senior management position, where ability to understand all the different areas in a business and to adopt new and improved ways of managing self and others is a key criterion of success.
New Managers Programme
Introduces managers to business principles and skills in management areas.
Gives participants methods of coping with the pressures that accompany advancement in the workplace.
Improves participants skills in written communication, thereby improving their ability to generate action through the written word.
Improves participants decision-making and problem-solving abilities.
Helps participants work more effectively in teams.
Provides an understanding of how financial information is collected and used within an organisation
Gives participants an overview of the basic principles of marketing, particularly within the South African context.
Confidence, personal growth and an expert command over the core principles of management: The New Manager short course at the GSB focuses on developing participants ability to manage and lead a team with confidence. One of the fundamentals of the course is to enable managers to speak the language of leadership. On the New Manager programme, delegates gain practical skills on how to improve their management ability and are able to implement what they have learned in the workplace and add value to their organisation.
Core business skills in strategy, marketing, finance, operations, and the management of complex projects.
The basics of good business communication.
The skills to develop, manage and motivate a team.
A strong emphasis on self-knowledge.
A richness of experience derived from networking with fellow delegates from diverse industries and discipline.