IT professionals are all too often promoted to management level without adequate managerial or leadership training. Yet being a top IT leader takes a unique set of skills... not only the technical know-how but also the leadership and communications skills to bridge the gap between the IT and business worlds.
This innovative and highly successful programme will equip you with the skills and hands-on experience to become an inspiring IT leader.
Our unique understanding of IT
At TWI we also have a background in IT. So we truly understand the concerns and common skill deficits of new IT managers. That’s why we’ve put together this unique programme, specifically designed to give new IT managers the support they need to develop into highly successful leaders.
This programme has been created to give you hands-on experience and the know-how to begin working as an effective IT manager as soon as you leave the training room.
These are the skills you can expect to develop:
As an IT leader you need to be able to successfully negotiate with both internal and external stakeholders to achieve a profitable outcome for each and every deal you make from external contracts for outsourcing to internal procurement of resources
We are world renowned for our management training, with teaching methods proven to transfer into workplace success. In fact research has shown that over 90% of what’s learnt on our programmes is transferred back to the day job, compared to around 30% of other training providers.
Our methods also guarantee long-term success, with up to 80% recall, even a year after the training course has ended.
For more information about our range of programmes or to discuss your specific training needs please call us now on +44 (0) 1590 644 107 or click here to go to our contact page
Learning through action - every program we deliver is highly practical and addresses real live issues. We use simulations, exercises and case studies and all our methods are based on the latest neuroscience and positive psychology research findings. Everything we deliver and challenge our participants to think about leads back to one simple question “what am I going to do differently back at work and how?”.