Do your managers really manage?

Really managing means having a productive relationship with each subordinate. A face to face relationship. Performance, learning and growth are on the agenda.

For any manager, that means skills are needed – simple, practical skills to use every day. Running meetings, setting objectives, providing feedback, solving problems, promoting teamwork and keeping motivation high.

Without these practical skills there cannot be real management happening. And without real management there will not be effective leadership.

A fresh approach

The Manager’s Toolkit is a fresh approach to building the practical skills managers need to keep their subordinates engaged, motivated and productive every day.