Learning new things and putting them into practice form part of personal development, and personal development’s an important part of any job. Thankfully, there are different ways of learning new things..
- An innovative new way of doing so is by recruiting an interim manager for your organisation or by encouraging your staff to gain experience as interim managers themselves. The experience gained can then be shared within the organisation, thereby boosting your team’s competence across the board.
- The traditional way is by learning through practical training with highly recommended speakers who know how to pass on knowledge effectively and get people involved.
Is that the most logical approach for your organisation?
VVT’s trainers and our extensive network of interim managers are here to help you put together and carry out the precise training you need.
AREAS OF TRAINING
“VVT’s trainers will take your organisation and team to a new level of development in your field.”
- Setting goals
- Leading people and leadership theory
- The basics of financial management
- Motivating yourself and your team
- Giving feedback (managers and staff)
- The A-Z of management a.k.a. Making the leap from specialist to manager
- The basis of success in teamwork & Belbini team roles
- Basic training in mentorship and coaching
- Change management
- Organisational structure and design
- Organisational values and culture
- Project management
- Strategic management: the nature, creation and implementation of a strategy
- Effective self-management over time
- Managing and conducting meetings effectively
- Business process design
Human Resources (HR) trainings
- Creating an appraisal system and planning and conducting appraisals
- Adopting innovative new working methods
- Collective employment relations within an organisation
- Drawing up a competence model and creating a competence system
- Interviewing people in a motivating and effective way
- Measuring the effectiveness of HR work
- How to approach difficult conversations
- Communication skills and how to develop them
- Building up an effective recruitment system
- Job stress, mental health and burnout
- Updating remuneration systems
- Successful negotiations
- Effective communication
- Production management and how to make it more effective