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​CO​ntrolling as a management function

​LEARNING SOLUTION TYPE:
ACCREDITED LEARNING PROGRAMME​

RECOMMENDED DURATION:
​5 DAYS

TOTAL CREDITS:
​32

​ARE YOU REQUIRED TO MANAGE SERVICE LEVELS, TEAM DELIVERABLES AND BUDGETS WHILE MEETING YOUR ORGANISATIONAL STANDARDS?

​Take control within your management function

​Controlling as a Management Function 

​Your role as a Manager is to practice the 4 functions of Management. Learning how to control will enable you to:

  • ​Set better standards
  • ​Effectively measure actual performance 
  • Take corrective action 
  • Overseeing employees’ progress


​Do you often feel like you’re ​losing control? You may be missing some of the 
​ essential skills needed​ to control as a management function.

Not sure? Then answer these questions and decide for yourself.

ARE YOU ABLE TO IMPLEMENT, MONITOR AND EVALUATE REQUIREMENTS AGAINST TEAM OBJECTIVES
DO YOU HAVE THE ABILITY TO OBTAIN COMMITMENT FROM YOUR TEAM TO ACHIEVE ORGANISATIONAL GOALS?
IS BUDGETING PART OF YOUR DAILY RESPONSIBILITIES?
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If you answered ​no
to any​ one or more of these questions
then ​Controlling as a Management Function is the solution for you and your team!

This Learning Programme will enable you to demonstrate understanding and skill in the management function of controlling resources and monitoring performance to ensure compliance to a plan.

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​“MANAGING SERVICE LEVELS” CHECKLIST

​A CORRECTIVE ACTION QUESTIONNAIRE TO HELP YOU WITH

PROBLEM SOLVING

What you will learn


This Learning Programme will enable you to demonstrate understanding and skill in the management function of controlling resources and monitoring performance to ensure compliance to a plan.

WE WILL ENABLE YOU TO:

Explain the role of a team leader in an organisation and the purpose of a team

Contract with the team members to obtain commitment and achieve organisational standards

Implement, monitor and evaluate performance against team objectives and organisational standards

Explain the concept of budgeting pertinent to an area of responsibility

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