Management Training

Management Training Ideas

For over 12 years, Call of the Wild have delivered Management Training and Development Programmes to the UK’s leading companies, including Barclays, Orange, BT, Cisco, Jaguar and the BBC. All our programmes are developed in consultation with our clients and are carefully structured to meet their organisational needs. Our own expert team have experience of training successful teams from a variety of backgrounds – from  the British Olympic team and  the Ashes England Cricket team to top-class FTSE 100 companies.

Why Come to Us?

Does your management team have the skills and expertise to operate successfully in today’s business environment? Does your management team need to sharpen up their team building skills? Does management need to communicate more effectively with the rest of the organisation? Have you got staff who are moving into management or team leading roles in the near future who may be technically accomplished but don’t have the required management skills to lead, manage, inspire, coach, delegate, enthuse, guide and direct.

  • Companies we work with often have to overcome the following issues:
  • People working across departments/silos
  • Under-performing Teams
  • Management don’t have the necessary skill set
  • A need to identify the appropriate style of management

Our Approach

We will discuss your organisation’s needs and begin to create a tailor-made management training and development solution that are designed to complement your internal development processes – we believe this is the best way to achieve desired outcomes. These courses are designed to meet the requirements of different types of managers – whether new managers, trainee managers or experienced senior managers  looking to freshen up their approach.

Our philosophy is based on a blended learning approach to enhancing performance which is centred on experiential learning the concepts of which are built into our management training and management development programmes.

We couldn’t put it any better than this:

“Tell me, and I will forget.
Show me, and I may remember.
Involve me, and I will understand.” – Confucius

Management Development in the Real World

Our management training courses and development courses are designed to have a ‘real world’ focus aiming to develop skill sets that are relevant to management and leadership in today’s workplace and helping to make the manager more self-reliant and better equipped when returning to the workplace.

Our courses help clients to increase productivity in the workplace in a number of ways including:

  • Promoting successful, effective leadership
  • Creating high performing teams
  • Improving decision making skills
  • Overcoming management uncertainty
  • Formulating of positive solutions
  • Teaching effective communication
  • Learning creative problem solving skills

Accreditation and Course Duration

Management training courses can be accredited with the Institute of Leadership and Management. We can offer ILM Level 3 Certificate in Coaching for Team Leaders and First Line Managers, Level 3 Award in Leadership and up to Level 7 in Strategic Leadership. Also various ILM endorsed and development awards.

The duration of the programmes is dependent on the outcomes required. Course length can therefore vary from a half day to 3 to 4 days or long while accredited courses run over a period of months. With many of our clients we have ongoing relationships and this means that we deliver to them on an ongoing basis.

Our management training and development courses include:

  • The Manager as Coach
  • Coaching for Team Leaders and First Line Managers
  • Effective Communication
  • Selling Skills and Sales Training
  • Coaching and Mentoring
  • Creativity, Innovation and Problem Solving
  • Negotiation Skills
  • Presentation Skills

If you’re interested in working with us in developing your management staff, talk to us today about our management training & development courses by e-mailing info@callofthewild.co.uk or ring 01639 700388

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