Managing a Team
July 15 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
What is it about?
Whether it’s you and one other, or you are managing a team of 100, this webinar will help you be a more effective manager.
You’ll learn some of the theory behind managing a team and how to unlock the potential of individuals. Discover how best to bring your team together when they have different skills, ideas and perspectives.
Julie will share ways to manage, support and develop a team and you’ll gain some useful tips on being an inspiring and authentic leader. You’ll leave with more confidence in your own skills, and how to develop those of your team.
What will I gain?
— An understanding of the influencing skills required to effectively motivate and lead your team during different situations, projects and opportunities
— Insight into ways to become an inspiring and authentic leader
— Top tips from a mix of different managers from across the cultural sector
Who is it for?
This online workshop is for those managing a team. You could be new to line management and wanting to up-skill or you could have been managing a team for a while and want to refresh your approach.
How do I take part?
We will be using an online training platform called WebEx for this event. Before booking, please complete our online training checklist to ensure you get the most out of this training.
- AMA member rate: FREE
- Non-Member: FREE
Julie Aldridge | Consultant
Julie works with a diverse mix of organisations across the arts, heritage and cultural sector, supporting leaders and teams to devise strategies to achieve their ambitions. She specialises in business planning, marketing and audience development, membership strategy, leadership, and organisational development.
Julie also offers bespoke support for individuals (as a mentor, critical friend, trainer etc.), for teams (through training or facilitation), and for organisations (running development programmes or carrying out consultancy projects). Prior to becoming a consultant, she was Executive Director of the AMA for over 11 years.
Above image courtesy of Julie Aldridge
Thumbnail Image courtesy of Unsplash – photograph by Brooke Cagle