NewIntroduction to Management

"Thank you so much for arranging todays session, it has really helped me to think more widely about my role and how I can develop with both strategic understanding and practical tips."


Managing staff is a huge responsibility, and often we are promoted to managerial positions because of our technical expertise rather than our ability to manage. Equipping managers with essential tools can ensure they are prepared for different situations. In our 'Introduction to Management' course, participants will experiment with adapting different management styles to get the most out of their team and explore how to dealing with difficult issues such as underperformance.  

Key features:

  • The transition into management
  • Exploring different management style, and adapting management style to the needs of each individual
  • Communication and interpersonal skills: with clarity and consistency
  • Recognising teams strength and developing our individuals' potential
  • Linking individual effort to team and organisational goals

Designed for: 

Managers who are new to their managerial role.

Learning outcomes:

Participants will be equipped with the necessary tools to help their transition into managerial positions. They will have a better understanding of how to adapt their management style to the needs of their team as well as how to manage difficult scenarios such as managing under performance and dealing with grievances.

We advise that if you book a course before July 15th, you need to be aware that this course will either be rescheduled or delivered online.



10:00 - 16:00


£595 + VAT


St James's Park


2 June 2020 Book7

14 July 2020 Book2

In-House Option

This course is available In-House and can be tailored to meet your individual training requirements.


Lead Trainer

Clair Fisher

Clair Fisher

Clair is passionate about excellent Public Services and began her career in the Civil Service, quickly rising to senior positions. After working as a Director of a Charity, Clair now delivers leadership, strategy and policy training across various Government departments and other organisations.

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Clair Fisher

Clair Fisher

Clair’s career began in the Civil Service, where she worked in the Department for Constitutional Affairs (Now Ministry of Justice), the Home Office, and the Government Office for the South East.  

Clair rose quickly to hold senior roles and worked closely with Ministers to lead complex projects during turbulent and challenging times.  Her expertise is in development and improvement work with senior leaders and their teams, as well as managing collaborative projects and delivering within complex organisational structures.

More recently Clair has been involved in delivering extensive training for many Public Sector organisations and Government departments.  She runs popular bespoke versions of our open courses for a wide range of clients including the Biotechnological and Biological Sciences Research Council, Bromley Borough Council, Medical Research Council and the IOPCC.

Clair is an associate tutor on the UCL Public Policy MSC, an advisor to the What Works Centre for Wellbeing, on the peer review panel for the Evidence and Policy Journal, and a Fellow of both the Chartered Management Institute and the Higher Education Academy.


  • ILM 7 Certificate in Executive Coaching
  • MBA (Distinction), University of Brighton
  • ACCA Diploma in Financial Management
  • BA (Hons) History with Law, UEA
  • PGCert Higher Education Teaching and Learning




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