Being a Great Manager

19th August 2012

How to get maximum results from your team using the right behaviours that support and motivate.

-Being a Great Manager is a practical guide to the fundamentals of what it means to be an effective and well respected manager and how to get the best out of people. This interactive workshop will help you develop your managerial effectiveness in the workplace, how to work with the building blocks that make a great team and provide proven tools and techniques to help you manage and motivate your team. Presenter Pat Carr of 360 Degree People Limited is a highly experienced, executive coach and trainer with a successful track record in delivering high profile training and coaching programmes in both the private and public sectors across the UK. She has a sound track record in leadership and management training in a wide range of sector organisations, public and private such as EDF Energy, BAE Systems and Santander. For more information and pricing, please visit:

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