This is not a course on the total job of a top executive. Rather, it focuses on how top managers under utilize subordinate managers to their own detriment and that of the organization. The course shows how top executives can create a subordinate management team that will produce consistently high results with a minimum of top-level involvement, freeing top management for their important entrepreneurial and public relations functions.
This program enables each participant to clearly identify the unique accountability of each level of management. Additionally, the participants will develop a managerial role and expectation for the level below them. Moreover, they will master the process of causing meaningful managerial activities to take place on a sustained basis.
This course is highly participative with the use of reality-based case problems. The participants are involved in each major step of the program by doing group work.
Three questions, critical to the effective management of any organization, are addressed and answered:
This seminar is designed for top and middle level managers who have managers reporting to them.
This course has no prerequisite.
You will receive a course binder containing a copy of the presentation slides.
The Causal Atmosphere
Avoiding Organizational Structure Problems