Am I a Good Boss? NEW MATERIAL ON REMOTE MANGEMENT ADDED !
What you'll learn
- What to expect from your team
- What the team expect from you
- Behaviour Tips to Succeed as a Manager or Supervisor (including behavior checklist to download)
- What good conversations with your people look like
- Common misconceptions about managing, and how to avoid them
- How Ana, Max and Jakob got it wrong as bosses
- The course is open to anybody interested in managing, supervising or leading
Getting things done through others is not as simple as doing things ourselves. So becoming successful as a manager is something that takes a little time and support. This course, hosted by veteran international facilitator Annette Poro, from Live and Learn is a must if you want to develop in your role as supervisor, leader, manager or 'boss' of any kind.
It is a fabulous mix of expert lectures and animations, with a downloadable checklist and a quiz to test your knowledge. Annette is a native English speaker and her guidance is so clear and easy to follow.
Learn how your behaviour as a boss impacts on your success.
Explore the question of what people expect from you as a boss.
Find out how to manage people who are not working in the office. Some really great tips on remote management have been added in 2022.
The material is never boring - look out for that cat in the living room, the dog with the stick and the trophy with your name on it.
You will find loads of fabulous ideas and practical tips to help you be a great boss!
If you have questions, just message Annette and she will get back to you.
Who this course is for:
- Anybody who wants to lead others effectively
Annette Poro was born in 1962 in the west of Ireland. She was born into a very rural and agricultural society where day to day life had been largely unchanged for a century. It was a society of small farms and strict religious practices, where community storytelling around firesides still existed. This was the society that the Irish in America and Britain had left behind and which was about to disappear forever, as the 20th century closed. The countryside around Annette's home was littered with deserted houses, and as a child she and her friends peered through cracked windowpanes at deserted kitchen tables with plates still sitting since the morning that the family had left for America, years earlier. Eventually those homes fell into ruin and disappeared, and their former occupants were never seen again.
This sparked an interest in the history of Ireland and in sharing her knowledge of an Irish rural life that is now all but disappeared.
Aside from an interest in history and genealogy, Annette has a Masters Degree in Learning and Development. She is is a Learning Specialist in her professional life, currently focusing on management training. She has worked in this capacity in most countries in Europe and currently lives in Brussels.
She is interested in putting learning material online relating to the field of management and also her hobbies of genealogy and history.