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Basic management skills

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Whether you have your own business, or are a team leader/ manager in a company, there are some baseline skills you'll need. Skills like productivity and time management, team supervision and motivation. They form a skillset that's coveted in companies across the board, large and small. So why not make yourself a desired candidate on the job market?    You can be a supervisor, team manager, service manager, or start a business and manage your own team. We're giving you the knowledge - what you do with it is up to you! 

Drive and curiosity are important for a manager. Curiosity about new developments, new ways to help their team reach their full potential. With technology on the rise, the list of boxes to tick in order to stay competitive keeps growing - which means you need to keep developing your skillset, as well.  - employerSpeaks


Nowadays, there are more programs, tools and apps than ever to help a manager keep track of their team's operations. Each team has different needs and is managed in a different way - but there are certain timeless basics. A management course will teach you those basics and help you determine the best management style for your personality and your team. Find out for yourself what kind of manager you can be!

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There's a wide variety of task and team management software out there, and it goes a long way toward helping a manager perform their daily tasks. Of course, while it helps, software can't replace a qualified expert.   An ideal scenario is the right combination between modern tools and a professional trained to use them. That's the key to increasing productivity and keeping team motivated. 

The course was surprisingly pleasant. The exercises were interesting, and a lot of what I learned, I could immediately try out at work. Taking the course brought a lot of value into my professional life. I'd strongly recommend anyone interested in administration or management give it try.  - exStudentSpeaking

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These courses are a must for any manager that wants to improve in a professional capacity. You'll learn to manage your(and your team's) time, draw up schedules and stick to them. You'll get more out of your day and find out how to resolve conflict. You'll become a better professional, a better manager, and maybe even an all-around better person. 


  • Research shows we use an average of 10 different methods of sticking to a schedule. That number can be reduced, and our efficiency can be easily improved. 
  • A positive work environment fosters productivity and ensures a lower employee turnover rate
  • Different employees are motivated by different things. Some want a higher wage, other want to grow, while others just want a good work-life balance 
  • Taking 10-12 minutes a day to create a schedule can save an entrepreneur up to 2 hours a day. Knowing what you're doing and planning for it helps.