Management development

Most people who have to do it, find managing people a struggle. In survey of 150 leaders, 68% admitted they really don’t like being managers.

Replace a lousy manager with a strong one and team performance typically goes up by between 11% and 29%. But recruiting new managers is expensive and risky. Building the skills of your current brood of managers costs less, delivers results faster and adds to the feeling that ‘they care about me’. Unsure what makes a manager so good? We can reveal that there are seven essential talents that distinguish the exceptional managers from the rest. These have been adopted by the likes of Unilever, Thomson Reuters and the Civil Service to transform their management cohorts. Contact us to discover how we can build a programme for you.
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It’s pioneering, it’s practical and it’s being delivered to 16,000 managers across the world. What makes Unilever so sure that it’s Management Development program is worth the investment?
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Mind Gym’s meta-analysis, embracing over 10 million data points, reveals the seven key talents that differentiate the best managers from the rest. To discover more about the seven talents and why they matter, you can download the white paper for free.
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Dozens of companies have already embraced Mind Gym to increase inclusion:

How Mind Gym helps

  • Execute
    Deliver on promises, on time, in style, with others
    Create a community that’s willing and able to innovate
    Enable others to be
    the best they can
  • Relate
    Form, redefine, repair and maintain strong working relationships
  • Energize
    Give hope, build momentum and share your passion
    Set the direction so people can make better decisions when you’re not there
    Be at your best more of the time

Let us help you

If you’d like to discover more, please let us know and we’ll make a date with the most suitable Mind Gym psychologist or other member of the team.

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