Management Seminar in United Kingdom

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Event ID: 1056215 [Click here to promote]


Discipline: Management

Event Type: Seminar

From Date: May 06, 2013

To Date: May 10, 2013

City: London

Country: United Kingdom

Details: This seminar has been designed to educate leaders with knowledge of qualities and essential management skills that is needed to perform as an outstanding Manager.\r\nIt will equip delegates with a kit of management skills that can be used to guarantee their success and that of their team members. Topics to be discussed at the seminar include the following; developing employees, motivating and inspiring skills, conflict resolution skills, ability to build a high performance team, gaining enthusiastic cooperation from employees, delegation of task with confidence in your team, & time management.

Contact Person: Wale Adebowale

Deadline for submission: 05-April-2013


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