Henry Mintzberg once said, "management is above all, a practice where art science and craft meet". Becoming a good manager is perhaps one of the most difficult skill sets to develop consistently and apply on a day to day basis. That's because it's a practice made up of many disciplines.
Sure, to be a good manager, you need to be a good leader. That is you need to inspire, motivate and influence. But you also need to have an excellent grasp of other things like planning, budgeting, disciplining, delegating, and countless more.
The success or failure of your organization depends on your ability to skillfully balance at all. So there's no room for halfheartedness and little room for failure.
In this course, we're going to help you with that.