For the second year, the NAS is funding 10 places on the World Class Managers course run by The Global Growth Institute.
This course is perfect for the middle tier managers or people who are already progressing in their career and are looking for a further development.
We are looking for 10 nominations from our Members. If you know someone who is setting out on their leadership path and would benefit from this course, please fill in the below form.
In 2022 we ran the first edition of the World Class Manager training. This cohort included employees from seven organisations, including HB Projects. In November 2022 the course ended and we received the following quote from HB Projects People Director.
What is the World Class Manager programme?
It is an online 12 module CPD accredited management programme, that is delivered to managers of any level. This means there is no need to remove the person from the business for an entire day, or incur the expense of travel costs.
Each module takes around an hour to complete and covers various topics such as Goal Setting, Appraisals, Managing Time, Customer Service and Future Planning which are based upon the best practice the GGI have seen from working with over 500 organisations worldwide. Download the World Class Manager brochure to find out more.
The purpose of the training is to:
- Broaden horizons and experience
- Improve management skills, processes and procedures
- Develop team morale and productivity
- Increase working relationships across the organisation
- Overcome managerial and organisational challenges and pressures
World Class Manager (WCM) was launched in 2016 and is now operational in 18 countries. It is a technology-enabled platform of development for managers featuring a mix of video, workbook and assessment. It’s also CPD Certified from London.
It is being used by some of the world’s leading organizations including HSBC, The BBC, ACCA, Allianz and is helping 1000s of managers improve their management capability; it is also helping organizations overcome geographical and financial barriers to developing their entire management population.