After the completion of courses, candidates are benefited in several ways. Top pioneers in the business open their placement doors for our candidates. You learn skills that are unbeaten in your field. Slowly and steadily you become masters of your field.
Corporate Environment - Understand the corporate environment in which a responsible business has to be conducted by a good corporate manager.
Ethics - Empower yourself with the skills of understanding business situations, laws regarding corporate governance and the role of their personal integrity and values.
Management - Equip yourself with the leadership skills and help you to understand group and individual dynamics to work effectively in teams.
Global Vision - Have the global vision of business operations and a high level of responsibilities. This makes the difference with most specialized masters.
Communication- Acquire an enhanced verbal, written and presentation communication skills.
Decision Analysis - Develop problem solving skills which will help you to analyze uncertain situations, utilize facts and draw conclusions out of it.
Strategic Planning – Understand the business as an integrated system, the relations between the functional areas, and long-range planning, implementation and control.
With our courses you will be able to Good Manager Increasing-
The need for good managers is not going away. It is intensifying. With ‘flatter’ organizations and self-directed teams becoming common; with personal computers and networks making information available to more people more quickly; the raw number of managers needed is decreasing. However, the need for good managers, people who can manage themselves and others in a high stress environment, is increasing.
I believe anyone can be a good manager. It is as much trainable skill as it is inherent ability; as much science as art. Here are some things that make you a better manager:
As a person:
• You have confidence in yourself and your abilities. You are happy with who you are, but you are still learning and getting better.
• You are something of an extrovert. You don’t have to be the life of the party, but you can’t be a wallflower. Management is a people skill - it’s not the job for someone who doesn’t enjoy people.
• You are honest and straight forward. Your success depends heavily on the trust of others.
• You are an includer not an excluder. You bring others into what you do. You don’t exclude other because they lack certain attributes.
• You have a ‘presence’. Managers must lead. Effective leaders have a quality about them that makes people notice when they enter a room.
On the job:
• You are consistent, but not rigid; dependable, but can change your mind. You make decisions, but easily accept input from others.
• You are a little bit crazy. You think out-of-the box. You try new things and if they fail, you admit the mistake, but don’t apologize for having tried.
• You are not afraid to “do the math”. You make plans and schedules and work toward them.
• You are nimble and can change plans quickly, but you are not flighty.
• You see information as a tool to be used, not as power to be hoarded.
Take a look at yourself against this list. Find the places where you can improve and then get going. And , if you need help, remember that's what this site is all about – SVI Helping new managers get started and experienced managers get better.