2 months ago

Leading by example

Good management and leadership isn’t just about advancing yourself, it’s about advancing your team. You’ll make your team feel like they are important, after all a team is a reflection of your leadership.

More organisations than ever before will be using Management Apprenticeships to develop essential leadership skills in both their existing staff and to attract new talent.  So what better time to start look for an Apprenticeship in this industry than the present.

Undertaking an Apprenticeship can not only be a kick start to your management career, it’s also a great way to develop yourself on the job. With Management Apprenticeships at levels equivalent to A Levels right up to degree level, there’s an apprenticeship to suit everyone.

As a management and team leader apprentice you could be based in various working environments located within Birmingham such as:

  1. Restaurants/Bars
  2. Leisure Centres
  3. Retail
  4. Contact centres
  5. Hospitals
  6. Construction
  7. Engineering
  8. Business/finance
  9. Creative and media
  10. Agriculture

Good managers and leaders are essential to the success of any business, so the skills learnt in this Apprenticeship are transferable and valuable across a range of job sectors.

Your daily activities may include:

  1. Monitoring work and giving feedback
  2. Briefing teams
  3. Supporting team members
  4. Resolving problems
  5. Project management
  6. Delivering and improving customer service
  7. Managing conflict
  8. Agreeing budget
  9. Planning and implementing change
  10. Leading teams
  11. Delegate

Birmingham

Birmingham is the second largest city and with that brings a high demand of staff for numerous businesses both small and large. With hundreds of offices, restaurants and shops there’s a place for everyone, all you need to obtain is the determination to motivate yourself and your team to exceed customer expectations and manage your profit and losses. Leadership is about making others better as a result of your presence and ensuring the impact lasts in your absence.

Skills

Developing excellent communication skills is absolutely essential to effective leadership and management. You’ll learn to delegate for success. You must be able to share ideas and knowledge to transmit a sense of urgency and enthusiasm to others. You’ll learn that treating others well will inspire them to do better, they’ll realise their own value and capability of limitless achievements which in turn will have a positive effect on the business you are managing.



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