Management can be a daunting task. Managers are expected to provide direction, foster commitment, facilitate change and achieve results through the efficient, creative and responsible deployment of people and other resources. On top of that, managers have to manage themselves and develop their own personal skills.
The checklists in this series have been developed over many years by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) to meet this challenge by addressing the main issues that managers can expect to face during their career.
The series is designed both for managers who need an introduction to unfamiliar topics, and for those who want to refresh their understanding of the salient points. In more specialised areas – for example, financial management – checklists can also enable the generalist manager to work more effectively with experts, or to delegate more effectively to a subordinate.
Why is the checklist format useful? Checklists provide a logical, structured framework to help professional managers deal with an increasingly complex workplace – they help shape our thoughts and save us from being confused by too much information.
A useful aid in your development in mastering crucial skills such as problem-solving, networking and time management. Packed with informative fundamental checklists and summaries on everything from how to develop your career to planning your retirement.
Managing Others - Teams and Individuals
Providing vital information on everything from motivating and developing a successful team, from coaching and mentoring to managing conflict. This informative book of checklists and summaries can help you become an effective and capable manager.
Managing Others - The Organisational Essentials
Helping you work effectively with your HR department, this invaluable book provides essential checklists and summaries on everything from recruitment, employee relations to developing organisation policies.