This programme is aimed at bankers and financiers who would like to develop their management and leadership skills with a special focus on working in the financial world, which is different from other sectors.
Whether you are working in commercial or investment banking, you will no doubt recognise that your environment is very demanding and that particular techniques are required to motivate, lead and coach in the financial sector.
The programme will provide you with the skills that you need to manage performance, to delegate, to praise where relevant, to give negative feedback where required, and to help your people to feel, think and act like a team in the commercial and investment banking context. Insights will be given into the specifics of handling conflict in the banking sector and how to undertake performance appraisal. All examples will be relevant to the world of international high-end banking.
Attending this training will provide you with the skills and techniques you need to ensure that those reporting to you in the commercial and investment banking world are managed with the best possible, modern and ethical management techniques.
The aim of this course is to provide participants in the commercial and investment banking world with the skills necessary to lead, motivate and provide feedback to those reporting to them, thereby ensuring a positive, happy workforce and also ensuring maximum productivity and profitability at the bank that they work at.
Who Should Attend?
This course is ideal for those who require an insight into the skills required to manage people effectively in the banking sector. The course will also be relevant to those who have been managing team-members for some time but who would like a ‘refresher’ as regards management techniques in the financial sector. All the examples and case-studies will be chosen for levels of high relevance to the commercial and investment banking world, its people, culture and products. Euromoney Learning Solutions specialises specifically in providing training courses for those who work in banks and in the financial sector.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
o Describe the skills necessary to be a real ‘leader’ and not just a manager – and describe an action plan to develop further their leadership skills
o State best-practice ways of setting objectives to those reporting them and of giving both positive and negative feedback to their team-members
o Utilise effective motivation techniques in order to ensure a happy and productive team reporting to them
o Implement best-practice communication skills, and demonstrate the art of “listening” when dealing with those reporting to them
o Delegate appropriately so that neither they nor their team-members are over-burdened
o Manage their own time effectively, thereby allowing them to think strategically
o Create a real sense of ‘team atmosphere’ both within their immediate team and the larger team(s) that they work in
o Demonstrate key attributes of effective coaches in the banking field
o List key attributes of effective recruiters in the financial sector
o Identify how to undertake successful performance appraisals
o Implement some creativity/innovation techniques which work
o Handle conflict with third parties in an appropriate manner
o List key ways to influence others in times of change
o Put all of the skills of the course into practice in the commercial and investment banking workplace