Over View

Business Management is the back bone of any business. It includes how activities are created from vision, planned, executed, organized and controlled  towards the organizational goal. Every one in any leadership position would most likely be categorized in the management spectrum, which could be “top level, middle level or first line management”. Irrespective of the level leaders find themselves, the ability to manage resources and lead people successfully is dependent on their knowledge of the crux of management function.

The Major 4 Functions of Management include Planning,  Organizing, Controlling and Leading.

This training has been designed to empower participants with the complete management function competencies. It is filled with case studies, simulations, activities and of course personality assessment.

Value Proposition

At the end of this training participants will learn:


  • Explain the core meaning of Management in an organization
  • List the main functions of management
  • Describe the steps and dynamics of Planning
  • Identify the process of organizing as a tool for effectiveness
  • Identify ways to improve personal organization
  • Explain the usefulness of control in day to day operations
  • Identify the types of and steps in controlling
  • Measure actual performance viz-a-viz established standards
  • Deploy Emotional intelligence Competencies in managing resources and activities



Module 1. Management

  • Understanding Management
  • Levels of Management and their roles
  • Core Management Function
  • Leadership vs Management
  • Management and Associated Skills
  • Efficiency vs Effectiveness

Module 2. Planning; a Management Function

  • Elements of Planning
  • Types of Plans
  • Characteristics of a workable Plan
  • Steps in Planning
  • Goals in Planning
  • Setting Objectives

Module 3. Organizing; a Management Function

  • Elements of Organizing
  • Fundamentals, Nature and Importance
  • Organizational Structure/Chart
  • Process of Organizing
  • Empowering Personal Organization

Module 4. Control, a Management Function

  • Elements of Control
  • Types of Control
  • The Control Process
  • Elements and Establishing of Standards
  • Measuring actual performance
  • Comparing Actual with Expected
  • Taking Corrective Actions

Module 5. Leadership; a Management Function

  • Elements of Leadership
  • Charting a Vision
  • Modeling the Way
  • Challenging the Process
  • Enabling others to Act
  • Encouraging the Heart

Relating all functions

Module 6: Emotional Intelligence Competencies in Management.

DISC Personality Assessment


Who can attend?

Leaders at any level


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