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The Professional as Manager

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Length
2 days
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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$2,195
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$2,195
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Language

French

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Émilie Mazet
Émilie Mazet
Program Manager
No matter what field they specialize in, many professionals end up taking on management duties during the course of their career. But balancing the challenges of your chosen profession with the demands inherent in management is not always simple and straightforward. This seminar is intended to help ease the transition from professional to professional/manager. Add key management skills to your wheelhouse, try out select techniques and have a critical look at your existing beliefs and attitudes, with the ultimate goal of improving your performance in your dual role.

GOALS

  • Emphasize the essential attributes of being a manager.
  • Examine the unique status of the professional/manager. 
  • Identify the conditions for success for someone occupying this dual role.
  • Develop management skills:

    - Build new relationships with former peers

    - Engage, empower and enhance your team

    - Strengthen your influence and leadership.

IS THIS FOR YOU?

  • Aspiring professional/managers (supervisors)
  • Professional serving in a management capacity (supervisors)
  • HR managers, experts or specialists dedicated to supporting individuals as they adjust to new management responsibilities

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • A thought-provoking program designed to help you find answers to vital questions, including how far to step back from your previous duties, coaching, delegating, management functions that are best suited to your role and the needs of the organization.
  • Role of professional expertise in management
  • Management-related activities and accountabilities
  • Scope of management roles, based on the nature of the organization and the assigned level of responsibility
  • Special status of the professional/manager
  • Management philosophy, style and practices conducive to managing people and operations
  • Change management

TRAINING APPROACH

  • Dynamic content
  • Exercises
  • Case studies
  • Questionnaires
  • Sharing of participants’ experience
Christine Beaulieu

MBA, PMP

Lecturer, HEC Montréal and CEO, Gestion Christine Beaulieu inc.

Viana Poulin

MBA, GDip

Visiting Professor, HEC Montréal

On-site
Online

The Professional as Manager

No matter what field they specialize in, many professionals end up taking on management duties during the course of their career. But balancing the challenges of your chosen profession with the demands inherent in management is not always simple and straightforward. This seminar is intended to help ease the transition from professional to professional/manager. Add key management skills to your wheelhouse, try out select techniques and have a critical look at your existing beliefs and attitudes, with the ultimate goal of improving your performance in your dual role.
Presentation Program Instructors

GOALS

  • Emphasize the essential attributes of being a manager.
  • Examine the unique status of the professional/manager. 
  • Identify the conditions for success for someone occupying this dual role.
  • Develop management skills:

    - Build new relationships with former peers

    - Engage, empower and enhance your team

    - Strengthen your influence and leadership.

IS THIS FOR YOU?

  • Aspiring professional/managers (supervisors)
  • Professional serving in a management capacity (supervisors)
  • HR managers, experts or specialists dedicated to supporting individuals as they adjust to new management responsibilities

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • A thought-provoking program designed to help you find answers to vital questions, including how far to step back from your previous duties, coaching, delegating, management functions that are best suited to your role and the needs of the organization.
  • Role of professional expertise in management
  • Management-related activities and accountabilities
  • Scope of management roles, based on the nature of the organization and the assigned level of responsibility
  • Special status of the professional/manager
  • Management philosophy, style and practices conducive to managing people and operations
  • Change management

TRAINING APPROACH

  • Dynamic content
  • Exercises
  • Case studies
  • Questionnaires
  • Sharing of participants’ experience
Christine Beaulieu

MBA, PMP

Lecturer, HEC Montréal and CEO, Gestion Christine Beaulieu inc.

Viana Poulin

MBA, GDip

Visiting Professor, HEC Montréal

TESTIMONIAL(S)

"Finally a management course in tune with my situation as a professional in a management role. Well taught, much better than average. A great initiative."

- Benoît Massicotte, Coordinator – Communication and Consultation, Communauté métropolitaine de Québec

"It’s interesting to see to what extent this seminar gets you to rethink your management approach. Thank you!"

- Nadia Lavallée, Coordinator, Canassistance
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