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  • management Archives -
    and Leaders Underqualified By 2017 the UK will have a requirement for a further 2 million new managers and there is little sign of preparation to meet this need One problem is that the UK s managers are severely underqualified compared with other professional groups with ONLY one one in five holding a management related qualification The research found that young managers often take on their first management role without any training and feel they are in a catch 22 situation they cannot get training unless they are managing people but then if they apply for a management role they have not got any experience or training What Type of Leadership and Management Training is Required The research found 26 types of development in use and a real gap between what managers rate as effective and what companies provide Managers rate MBAs management qualifications and management programmes by external providers highly but the most the most commonly provided development by organisations includes on the job experience professional body membership and appraisals skills audits The research found that Short management courses by external providers are best for developing teams MBAs improve creativity and strategic awareness On the job experience led to managers making fewer mistakes Coaching improved how managers managed their emotions Accredited Leadership and Management Courses Rated Highly Leadership and management courses with qualifications including CMI and Institute of Leadership and Management ILM are rated highly particularly by younger or first line managers which suggests that new managers need to learn the techniques of management before they are effective Coaching is rated as very effective by experienced managers However in spite of the enthusiasm for development only 47 of managers report that they get the chance to use the skills they gained suggesting that organisations need to provide development which

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  • » Blog Archive Leadership and Management Wales Funded Training
    companies and organisations Leadership and Management Training Grants Free Consultation If you are interested in improving your or your organisation s leadership and management skills in Wales then contact us and we can put you in touch with a Human Resource Development HRD advisor who will work with you free of charge to Review the company s strategy to ensure all staff development and training helps deliver on business objectives Help the company improve its approach to management and training by building an agreed organisational development plan and advising on its implementation Identify training and development requirements and produce an agreed learning plan Help the company fulfil its training and development needs by linking it with training organisations and sourcing the right courses and grant funding NB Grants available for private businesses not the public sector or those who have received more than 50 funding from Welsh Government grants SMEs and National International companies with operations in Wales are eligible Share with friends Tags Grant funding for Leadership Training in Wales Leadership and Management Wales Funded Training Recession Not a Foregone Conclusion Wales Lacking Strong Leadership Reveals Survey Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory The Importance of Experiential Learning Useful Articles Achieving a One Team Ethos Effective Communication Exploring the Landscape of Leadership

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  • Institute of Leadership and Management Qualifications Archives -
    larger enabling individuals to progress their learning without duplication Choice of level Institute of Leadership and Management qualifications are available at Levels 2 to 7 catering for all levels of expertise and experience For example an aspiring or newly appointed manager could take an ILM Level 3 Award or Certificate in Leadership while a senior manager would be more suited to an ILM Level 7 Award Certificate or Diploma in Leadership The following programmes are available from Call of the Wild Team Leading and Management VRQ s ILM Level 2 Award in Team Leading ILM Level 2 Certificate in Team Leading ILM Level 3 Award in First Line Management ILM Level 3 Certificate in First Line Management ILM Level 4 Award in Management ILM Level 4 Certificate in Management Leadership VRQ s ILM Level 3 Award in Workplace Coaching ILM Level 4 Award in Leadership ILM Level 4 Certificate in Leadership ILM Level 5 Award in Leadership ILM Level 5 Certificate in Leadership Leadership and Management VRQ s ILM Level 3 Award in Leadership and Management Skills ILM Level 3 Certificate in Leadership and Management Skills Specialist Topics ILM Level 2 Award in Effective Team Member Skills ILM Level 2 Certificate in Effective Team Member Skills ILM Level 3 Award in Workplace Coaching ILM Level 3 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring ILM Level 7 Strategic Leadership Other Programmes ILM Level 3 and Level 5 Open Courses ILM Endorsed Development Awards Incorporated into the above programmes we also use ILM 72 Leadership Metric and ILM MTQ 48 Mental Toughness Questionnaire Find out how you can benefit from up to 50 funding for your leadership and Mnaagement training Benefits of Working with Call of the Wild ILM Programmes 1 Proven Track Record Currently delivering an ILM Level 3 Award in Leadership for in excess of 200 apprentices with Network Rail We can deliver ILM awards and certificates from Level 3 to Level 7 2 Multi Award Winning Company Welsh Small Business of the Year National Team Building Company of the Year Leading Wales Awards 2010 Winners SMARTA 100 Listed Top Small Companies in the UK 2010 Barclays Bank Finance Academy Outstanding Training Provider 2008 Finalist 3 Quality of our Delivery Staff Here are just some of the staff we use for the preparation and delivery of our ILM programmes Dr Barrie Kennard is the Academic Standards and Quality Manager for Leadership and Management Wales the Welsh Assembly Government funded Centre of Excellence for Leadership and Management Skills in Wales He is the external assessor for an MSC in Leadership Capability at the Scottish Centre of Work based Learning in Glasgow Caledonian University He was the Lead Trainer on the National Mentoring Pilot Programme for DfES and on the Aim Higher National Mentoring Scheme Lieutenant Colonel Nick Arding OBE has an impressive CV After an operational deployment to Afghanistan in 2002 he then led the Royal Navy Everest West Ridge 2003 Expedition as part of which he affected the highest ever successful rescue

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  • An Introduction to Coaching in the Workplace Archives -
    on your future business success Course Content Based on Institute of Leadership and Management Research Our programmes are based on the Institute of Leadership and Management s own research The ILM s coaching research has investigated the extent to which organisations are embracing the development practice of coaching The survey of learning and development managers decision makers at 250 large organisations revealed a number of important findings Broad consensus on the benefits of coaching 95 of organisations believed coaching as a development tool benefited the organisation and 96 believed it benefited the individual A broad range of specific benefits were identified including improvements in communication and inter personal skills leadership and management conflict resolution personal confidence attitudes and motivation management performance as well as preparation for a new role or promotion Personal Organisation benefits The 1 day programme will give managers leaders the confidence to use their coaching skills to obtain the following benefits Motivate others to be become high performing employees Improve performance and productivity through clear goal setting Develop team members in line with individual and company objectives to improve your bottom line More time to be a leader manager Improved relationships Better use of people skills Aim of the Coaching Course Consider what coaching is Why coaching can work for you and your organisation Look at a coaching model Practice coaching skills in a safe environment Equip delegates with a coaching toolkit Action Plan what do I need to do back in the workplace A focus on ROI concentrating on outcomes No point attending if all you get is a peice of paper and no ability to tranfer and use your knowledge effectively in the workplace Who Should Attend Those who want to make a difference Managers Leaders who wish to enhance their skills and develop as workplace coaches to mak a real impact in the workplace Course Content Different types of coaching When is it appropriate to use coaching and when other interventions would be more appropriate Examine 1 model of coaching in detail GROW Practising coaching skills Considering opportunities to use coaching back in the workplace Action Planning Effective mechanisms for applying the coaching process in delegates workplace Delivery This course has two delivery elements to it A classroom element which involves one day in attendance Online learning comprising notes slides activities links Tutors Arthur Turner Specialist in Leadership and Management and expertise in coaching and mentoring Arthur is a Level 7 ILM Coach with a Diploma for Executive Coaches and Leadership Mentors The Institute of Leadership and Management He has extensive experience of working with both the public and private sectors including coach for Public Service Management Wales co tutor for Level 7 Diploma in Executive coaching and mentoring in Birmingham monthly business coaching and individual mentoring programme for a company board and monthly mentoring support of the Chief Executive of MIND Newport He is also author of a successful application to run Institute of Leadership and Management ILM coaching qualifications at Levels 3

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  • » Blog Archive Introduction to Coaching in the Workplace
    leadership and Management research shows that 95 of organisations believed coaching as a development tool benefited the organisation and 96 believed it benefited the individual Visit our Coaching Course page An Introduction to Coaching in the Workplace for more information Share with friends Tags An Introduction to Coaching in the Workplace Business coaching Coaching Course Coaching Training Course Corporate Coaching The Difference Between Leadership and Management Training Course Effective Communication Skills Training Course Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory The Importance of Experiential Learning Useful Articles Achieving a One Team Ethos Effective Communication Exploring the Landscape of Leadership Festival Season Health and Safety the Glastonbury Way Health and Safety UK Fatal Injury Statistics

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  • Information Advice and Guidance Archives -
    remaining 50 can be paid in six direct debit payments of 93 a month Why Choose Us Our experience with over 20 years in the field Bespoke service tailored to meet your learning needs We are current as only deliver IAG and specialists and professionals in the field We are like minded practitioners familiar with current good practice and new innovations We have a unique approach to the delivery of IAG with unusual learning materials which nobody else replicates A real world view using our management training expertise We can offer a variety of delivery options from face to face telephone Skype and e learning Training and assessments at a time and place to suit you Additional support for learners to help get you into employment Support outside the qualification and not just a box ticking exercise We offer the most flexible and comprehensive price plan around with a plan to fit your budget The option to progress to level 6 Flexible Delivery Options We would be able to carry out a fully bespoke service for you with a mixture of taught work looking at learning styles planning communication skills effective listening negotiation Skills and networking being delivered in individual sessions at times and locations to suit you One to one tuition is the most favoured approach to produce the evidence requirements as we can tutor individuals around the unit requirements more extensively and deliver across a time period and at locations convenient for you By using the one to one approach we can also deliver fully bespoke training to suit your development needs and not what a whole group may want So unlike many other organisations delivering Advice Guidance our approach means we can support you to develop your techniques support your interaction skills and support you to develop your career We also help a large number of our clients with job applications and references as part of our one to one support as we are here to support you and to ensure that we produce the best people within the field One to one learning is carried out Via an E learning platform and learning over Skype over a time frame and time of day to suit you One to one assessments in the workplace for around 2hours Blended learning which is a mixture of learning through the Platform Skype and one to one assessments in the workplace How Long Does it Take As we provide a one to one service we can get you accredited within 6 months to a year depending on your requirements We are hugely proud of the service we offer and we are sure we have the right option for you Course Content This Level 4 NVQ Diploma qualification in Information Advice and Guidance has a minimum credit value of 37 The Level 4 NVQ Diploma in Advice and Guidance Qualification Structure Information page will show how a learner has to achieve these credits through a combination of mandatory and optional credits Our

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  • QCF LEVEL 6 Diploma in Career Guidance and Development - Units -
    benefit of clients and the organisation 6 6 Optional units 15 credits minimum Unit number Unit title Credit level Credit value 8 Use diagnostic and assessment tools with clients 5 6 9 Advocate on behalf of clients 6 4 10 Understand how to support specific client groups to overcome barriers to learning training and work 4 3 11 Engage with support networks to help clients to meet their career related needs 4 3 12 Assist clients to apply for learning training and work 4 3 13 Provide on going support to clients 4 2 14 Prepare to deliver services to clients in an outreach setting 4 2 15 Source evaluate and use Labour Market Intelligence with clients 6 3 16 Obtain and organise career related information to support clients 4 3 17 Promote career related learning to clients 4 6 18 Plan deliver and evaluate career related learning in groups 6 6 19 Evaluate service provision 4 3 20 Undertake research on behalf of the service 6 6 21 Lead and manage career development work in an organisation 6 9 22 Continuously improve career development work in an organisation 6 6 23 Plan and design Career Related Learning Programmes 6 5 Share with friends Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory The Importance of

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  • » Blog Archive Training Course - Effective Communication Skills Training Course
    simply because the role of learner does not square very easily with the status of superior Credibility People accept information from those they think of as credible Credibility may result from impressive credentials demonstrated expertise or even a credible manner Confidence tricksters know this very well Emotion No communication is emotion free People tend to receive communication more readily if the speaker is open about their own emotions and open to the fact that others may feel differently Repetition It is a matter of judgement how many times one can run over some instructions just one more time Some of the time this acts to allow the information to sink in One way two way One way communication is one person telling another something The assumption is that if one is clear careful and precise the listener will attend to and understand what the speaker is saying Two way communication is about feedback Active listening As Carl Rogers said Despite the popular notion that listening is a passive activity clinical and research evidence clearly shows that sensitive listening is a most effective agent for individual personality change and group development For information on Effective Communication Skills Training Course visit our training pages Piece taken from article by Carl Rodgers on our online development academy Share with friends Tags Barriers to Effective Communication Communication Course Effective Communication Skills Training Course Training Course Introduction to Coaching in the Workplace Recession Not a Foregone Conclusion Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team

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