Use these training materials to deliver a course in organizational issues.
These organizational issues training course has been developed for managers and staff in all roles who need to understand potential issues with organizations. This course is relevant to staff within both management roles as well as front line staff.
Upon completion of this course in organizational issues, your audience will be able to:
– Identify key organizational issues.
– Understand key business dynamics.
– Implement strategic management best practices.
– Understand the importance of organizational culture.
– Appreciate the value of supportive structures.
– Understand the role of groups.
– Appreciate various types of communication skills.
– Understand and manage change.
The following topics are covered within the slides, manuals and support materials provided.
Issues – The course starts by exploring key organizational issues.
Structure – In this section, use the content to discuss organizational structure.
Group process skills – This section looks at the role of groups within an organization.
Communication skills – Use the content to outline various types of communication skills.
Change management skills – This important section explores change with organizations.
Organizational culture – Use the content to examine the importance of organizational culture.
Strategic management – Use the training materials to examine strategic management best practices. And, how they may cause organizational issues.
Group dynamics – In this section, discuss the role of groups.
You will receive a 45 page customisable participant manual and 77 Powerpoint slides for easy delivery.
Also available are 14 expert training guides.
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