MiniMBA Academy - International Human Resources
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MiniMBA Academy

You think you never have enough time to learn more? If you are always  busy at work, your job isn’t easy!
The Mini MBA is a compressive programme for executives and managers. This course will develop your business skills and give you a good understanding of key strategy and leadership issues and the latest trends in business.
The Mini MBA, organized by International Human Resources and London School of Business and Finance, is for aspiring leaders, managers who are ready to give their best for their team and understand them  better.
Many managers achieve their role through expertise in their specialty, yet management requires understanding of a broad range of subjects and skills. This programme provides an introduction to that broad range of management subjects and will give delegates the skills and confidence to contribute effectively to wide ranging management discussions and decisions.
A comprehensive 4 day event that addresses management of individuals, leadership of teams, financial management, business strategy and management of change.

Tutor – Tim O’Connor

Tim has spent over thirty five years helping people develop their skills as managers and leaders and working with organisations to improve their business performance. He has established, led and sold several companies working in the field of education and development while also working as a visiting lecturer on MBA and Leadership programmes at Lancaster, Warwick, Birmingham and Exeter Universities.

Course Content

The Challenge of Managing Yourself

 Understanding your personal drivers
 Recognising how you impact on others
 Discussing the principles of emotional intelligence

Successfully Managing Individuals

 Learning the Four Keys to performance; Understanding psychological frames of reference (Logic
Bubbles…)
 Introducing Transactional Analysis
 Recognising and managing your own communication style

Leading High Performance Teams

 Teams-vs-working groups; Assuring effective team development
 Reviewing models of leadership
 Exploring effective leadership behaviours

The Fundamentals of Finance and Budgeting

 Analysing key financial statements
 Understanding and managing business finance
 Challenges with planning and controlling of budgets

Guiding Growth through Effective Business Strategy

 Looking at the Marketing context
 Analysing external and internal business environments; Generating business options
 Discussing growth strategies; Opening up for innovative thinking

Inspiring and Managing Change

 Recognising the need for change
 Defining and selling change; Managing human responses to change

 

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