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Managing People 30th May, 10:00 to 16:00
Enterprises that are making the transition from start up to growth and sustainability traditionally undergo major periods of turbulence.
The turbulence can be chaotic and upsetting and if not handled properly can lead to a rapid demise of the enterprise.
Almost all of the turbulence can be pinpointed as poor management of people. The lack of management skills is regarded as the greatest enterprise weakness in the UK. The objectives of the Managing People workshop is to guide founders and/or managers in developing the skills to develop their management skills particularly in ways to managing people so that their enterprises grow into successful and sustainable businesses.
The topics covered will include:
• What makes your enterprise attractive to work for
• Creating and maintaining the values and ethos
• Understanding your own strengths and weaknesses
• Evaluating future skills needs
• Making the recruitment decision
• Who to hire
• Managing performance
• Clarity of communications
• Retention, development and reward
• Dealing with conflict
The workshop is aimed at growing social enterprises. This workshop is aimed at founders, directors and senior managers who are about to start recruiting and managing people or are on the point of increasing their employee complement.
Tickets for this full day event are £30 for organisations on the arc programme, and £60 for non-arc member organisations.
Prices are inclusive of VAT.
Thursday, 30 May 2013.
10:00 to 16:00 (BST).
Freshfields, Northcliffe House, 28 Tudor Street, EC4Y 0BQ
Click here to book at eventbrite.