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Two Day Workshop

Managing People Effectively


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Course overview

Leadership and management are often considered practically overlapping concepts. But are they? Is there a difference between the two concepts, or is leadership a facet of management and therefore cannot be separated? Most organizations, including large corporations, academia, leadership theorists, researchers and authors are concerned about the difference and believe it is important. This workshop will compare Management with Leadership to try and find an answer to these questions. In addition, various theories on motivation will be discussed, and delegation, an important aspect in both management and leadership, will be addressed. Regular exercises throughout the workshop will assist the delegates in deepening their practical understanding and usefulness of these concepts.


In this course you will:

  • Learn about management and leadership, and determine the difference between them
  • Identify the skills necessary for managerial success
  • Learn how to recognize a great manager
  • Discuss theories of motivation and review case studies
  • Deliberate on the practical application of motivation techniques in your organization
  • Identify reasons why delegation is essential for managers of high performing teams
  • Use the delegation matrix to decide on how, what and to whom to delegate
  • Learn about the barriers to delegation
What's included
  • A course workbook
  • Lunch and refreshments
Psychometric assessment to consider
  • 16PF Management Potential Report
  • Leadership Development Report

Who should attend?

Individuals and business professionals who want to improve on their managerial and leadership skills.

DISCLAIMER: Presenters and attendees of all CPD activities must please note that the attainment of continuing education units (CEUs) does not licence any professional to practice outside their official scope of practice. CEUs are intended to broaden the knowledge of professionals but do not constitute professional training. Professionals should be registered with the HPCSA to perform any psychological act.