Introduction to Line Management

Hosted at: The Institute of Clinical Research Training Suite

Starts On: June 18, 2020

Finishes: June 18, 2020

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The Course

This course is an introduction to the knowledge, skills and competencies that a line manager requires for performance management in the clinical research environment.  It aims to increase participants’ understanding of the manager’s role and provides an opportunity to review and identify individual strengths and develop areas for improvement.
 
This practical course has trainer input, group exercises and delegate interaction. 

Learning Objectives

• Define the role of a manager 
• Distinguish between line management and functional management
• Summarise the major aspects of managing line teams, project teams and individuals 
• Analyse your own individual management style and adapt it for different situations 
• Identify the tools and techniques for managing individual performance 

• Identify the contribution a manager can make to creating a high performing team 

Course Outline

• What is Line Management 
• Management v Leadership
• Line Management v Functional Management
• Skills & Competencies
• Goal Setting
• Performance Management
• Effective One to One meetings with your reports
• Record Keeping as a manager 
• Managing Remotely

Course Documentation

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