Leadership development

Management sparring and coaching

The position as a manager entails many challenges and prioritizations. Managers may be pressured for production figures, deadlines, finances, or may feel that there is insufficient time for managing personnel/employees as well as professional immersion and development.

Perhaps the organisation is experiencing difficulties that are challenging to define, in part because the management is directly involved. A manager may be uncertain about whether it is appropriate to address these with the remaining management and colleagues.

The path toward and the motivations behind becoming a manager can be very different. Perhaps it was intending to gain professional influence, or perhaps one was appointed when a previous manager stopped. Many management degrees and courses exist but are usually not provided before a while into a managerial employment.

As a manager, one can easily encounter situations that are difficult to tackle – both in terms of planning, decision, and execution, but also personally.

Examples on courses we offer: