Developing Managerial Skills

 

Advanced tools for developing managerial capabilities and contending with managerial challenges

Academic Director: Dr. Shoshi Chen

A good manager knows how to motivate his workers to carry out assignments. An excellent manager knows how to develop the team and bring it to new heights. A good manager focuses on managing assignments. An excellent manager focuses on managing people and processes and maximizing their value. A good manager plans for the short term. An excellent manager devises work plans that are flexible and easily implementable in the long term. A good manager contends with crises. An excellent manager knows how to turn them into opportunities.

So what kind of manager do you want to be?

Target Group:
Managers from all areas who are interested in developing and empowering themselves, in preparing to meet the challenges of the future, and in acquiring the practical tools and advanced managerial skills to improved their performance; managers about to enter a new managerial position.

Objectives of the Program:
▪ A personal management style
▪ Strengthened managerial capabilities
▪ Tools and skills for management that develops and empowers
▪ Implementable tools for managing long-term processes
▪ Participation in meetings with classmates – meetings in small groups to resolve managerial dilemmas from your own personal work space. These meetings will serve as a venue for discussing and applying the material studied in the program.

Main Topics of Study:
▪ Management under conditions of uncertainty
▪ A consolidated perception of the managerial function
▪ Tools for constructing a work plan
▪ Building, developing and motivating a team
▪ Methods for managing under conditions of uncertainty
▪ Dealing with opposition
▪ Tools for entering a position and effective transition between positions
▪ Developing and strengthening interpersonal skills
▪ Tools for analyzing the business unit for improve performance

Academic Director:
Dr. Shoshi Chen, Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University, and an organizational consultant.

Lecturers:
Prof. Orly Yeheskel, Associate Dean, Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University ▪ Ms. Yafit Molcho, Organizational Consultant ▪ Mr. Yoav Levy, Founder of Levy Consulting

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