Development & Nurturing
We understand the importance of developing and nurturing your Managers.
The effectiveness of management teams impacts recruitment, performance and retention. A well trained management team will also improve wellbeing within your business.
The effectiveness of management teams impacts recruitment, performance and retention.
A well trained management team will also improve wellbeing within your business.
We know that management and leadership is multi-faceted. The areas of focus can be very changeable, so their training needs to reflect this.
Omni’s Management Training programmes provide a comprehensive and tailored solution to developing and upskilling Managers of all levels, from Team Leaders, through to Heads of Department and Directors.
Our Management Training programmes help organisations to significantly improve their employee effectiveness by focusing on areas such as:
• Understanding Self and Others
• Personal Effectiveness and Time Management as a Manager
• Building Personal Resilience
• Problem Solving and Strategic Decision Making
• Communicating and Influencing
• Motivating Teams to perform
• Developing Coaching Skills for Managers
• Performance Management and Developing Teams
• Developing Customer Service Capability
• Managing Change
• Managing Diverse Teams
• Inclusive Recruitment and Selection
Whatever your objectives and learning needs, and whatever level of Leadership you would like to be trained, Omni will design, develop, and deliver your Leadership development. Training can be delivered either remotely or face to face when possible.
To accompany your Management Training, or as stand-alone training course, Omni are accredited to deliver and train on Core Strengths, using the Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI).
A relationship management tool that, rather than focusing on WHAT we do, the SDI 2.0® helps us understand WHY we behave and HOW we relate to each other. Using Relationship Intelligence (RQ), the SDI 2.0 provides a common language for understanding what’s important.
Relationship building is more than a soft skill, and the SDI 2.0 plays a direct role in helping us relate to others – building our ability to improve dialogue.
With a focus on our Motives, the SDI 2.0 provides a critical connection to a key leadership skill – the “art of influence.” It is easier to communicate with and influence someone when what’s important to them is understood.
This insight helps you choose the best approach for engaging people whose thinking and behaviour appear much different from your own.
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Contact Omni today and we’ll help you deliver high-impact training programmes.
"It has been a useful and eye-opening tool and would love to be able to make use of this as soon as possible to make things better within the team and company."
"It was excellent, really thought-provoking and raised some interesting issues and made some worthwhile points that will have an impact on our future recruitment process."
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