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Articles on Leadership and Management Training

Many employees dream of being a leader, but it isn't always an easy road to get there. Making the transition to a manager or a leader can be made a lot easier by focusing on developing skills that are vital for good leadership.

It seems like every account of a successful startup features the same descriptions. Working endless hours, weekends, late nights and never taking any time off. You may believe this is the best way to run a business, but it's not.

Many people think that being a manager is an easy job, however, if it was that simple, wouldn't everyone be doing it?

South Africa is a great place to pursue project management studies. With its unique economic and social landscape, the country provides a range of opportunities for those looking to gain expertise in project management. 

A working culture that encourages skills development and growth beyond the workplace is how you motivate employees to be better and contribute to an overall purpose-filled environment.

Being a manager requires a certain skill set, but managing a manager is on a whole new level. It may not seem like managers need to be ‘managed’ or review by performance managers but it is wholly necessary if you want a smooth running office and successful business.

Employees aren't perfect but there are certain behaviours that can frustrate and demoralise the rest of the team.

Interviewing for a management-level job is usually quite different from the usual job interview that most of us have experienced. Here's a guide to having a successful interview for a management-level position.

People management experience is a valuable skill that can propel your career forward in many ways. 

Boss’s Day was on 16 October, so we've decided to focus on leadership skills and what good managers need to be a true “captain of their ship.” 

Do you ever wonder what style of leadership you portray and whether you can improve yourself through knowing this? 

Working as a risk and compliance manager requires a lot of expertise and thorough attention to detail. If you are currently considering pursuing this path, it is important to understand what the position requires as well as how a Risk Management course can help you with this career.

You’ve heard it a million times: managers who are too involved in the work of their team members are described as micromanagers.

If you are a newly appointed team leader, you are probably aware that your main responsibility is to keep your team aligned with the company’s goals and to make sure your team members reach them by the deadline. 

Young, new employees tend to offer your business positives and negatives.

Are you considering risk management as a career path? Looking for an affordable, flexible course with a reputable accreditation? We’ve got you covered. Find out how on our website!

Bullying. It’s restricted to schoolyards, isn’t it? Oh no, it’s not! It happens in many spheres, including business and management, even the boardroom.

It is not about looks or popularity. It is also not about power. Some leaders are lucky enough to have all of these, but it is not the core of what leadership is about

If you tell someone how great they are and constantly remind them of their strengths, you make them feel better about themselves.

There are different job titles that all relate to being a supervisor. “Line manager” and “team lead”, for example, are two titles that are synonymous with the role of a supervisor.




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