Maximise the impact of your management team
Here at BHP we know that running a business can be all consuming, especially when you’re on a growth journey.
With this in mind BHP’s Management Academy has been designed for people on management teams, or those being groomed for promotion onto it, in businesses with growth ambitions. Focusing specifically on the needs of SME businesses, it brings together all of the elements needed to ensure managers not only increase their capacity to more efficiently manage their own areas of the business, but also improve their ability to contribute to corporate priorities such as business and growth planning, leadership and maximising productivity.
The programme is different from other management training courses as it’s been designed and is delivered by people who have run and successfully grown businesses themselves. They have first-hand knowledge of what you want from your management team and what works to really develop their ability to support and deliver business growth.
Effective leadership, good management, delegation, performance management and how to really motivate people and increase productivity, they’re all covered across the 4 face to face days of the programme. As are; strategy, business planning, driving growth, business development, governance and management information. We cut through the ‘corporate speak’ to tackle the real challenges and provide practical tips and approaches relevant for SMEs.
The programme also provides first hand expert legal insight from the Partners at Clarion, on a range of areas from how to deal with performance issues safely from an employment law perspective, to Intellectual Property and other ways to practically protect your business.
Increasing the capacity and capability of your management team is one of the most powerful ways business owners can improve performance, increase profit and free themselves up to be able to focus on future success and stimulating further growth.
In summary the Management Academy brings together all the elements of best practice and company management and distils them into one practical and interactive programme. It allows people to share the knowledge and experience of those who’ve been there and done it successfully, and from each other.
Each programme takes no more than 10 senior managers from different businesses to ensure each delegate receives personal input from the programme leader and enables them to build their network with other participants.
If you would like to find out more please click here to download our brochure or contact Rachel Hannan or Mark Roberts in our consulting team who can explain how the Management Academy can add value to your business.
The next programme commences on Wednesday 30 January 2019, so ask yourself, can you afford not to invest in your management team?