The impact that management has on organisational performance cannot be understated. Yet it is often taken for granted, with people just expected to naturally ‘step-up’ and manage teams.
Recent research found that in the United Kingdom there is, on average, a period of eight years between somebody taking on management responsibility and receiving some aspect of development to help them to be more effective!
Our management excellence framework is built on six stages of management development:
Leaders do the right things. But Managers do things right. The impact from investing in getting management right within a business can be significant. From aligning people activities with the business strategy, stretching and managing performance, developing potential and turning groups into teams – to prioritising value activities and managing effective ‘money’ flow.