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Top-Management 2

> The principles of management and
excellent management are intensified
further, Level 2 is exclusively managed
and contains many practical examples
which are immediately applicable to
the workplace.

5 Days of training with intervals
between each day, approx. 4 weeks of
practice between each of the training
days (this allows participants to gain
practice and real experience with the
content of the training course)

> Queries

1. Day
of Training:
  • How do I chair a meeting?
  • What are my personal expectations with regard to the training course?
  • How do I lead a control meeting when someone has done a magnificent job?
  • Which knowledge do I use from the Management 1 course daily in my working life?
  • How do I resolve a specific case from my daily working life in an optimal way?
  • On the basis of which personality traits do I only implement certain knowledge when I absolutely have to?
2. Day
of Training:
  • How do I chair a meeting?
  • How do I lead a control meeting when someone has done a magnificent job?
  • How do I present a well-resolved case study (from my working life) so that everyone is aware of what has to be done in detail and by when?
  • How do I manage to get on with someone I have real difficulty with so that I can see them differently and get on with them in a better way?
  • Which modes of communication do I want to practice more in order to optimize my technique?
  • When do we define something in concrete terms and when do we not?
3. Day
of Training:
  • How do I chair a meeting?
  • How do I lead a control meeting when someone has done a magnificent job?
  • How do I resolve other case studies (from working life) in an optimal way together with my colleagues?
  • Which exercises help me to move forward in terms of my negotiation techniques and my means of communication?
  • Which expectations have already been fulfilled?
  • Which expectations still need to be fulfilled, which questions do I still have?
  • How much does the way I communicate reveal what I am thinking; what vibes do I send out?
4. Day of Training:
  • How do I chair a meeting?
  • How do I lead a control meeting when someone has done a magnificent job?
  • What contribution could I make to helping resolve the individual case studies?
  • What objectives have I already made as a result of this?
  • What does someone else gain by working together with me?
  • Which exercises help me to move forward in terms of my negotiation techniques and my means of communication?
  • Why is it important to me that I keep on training further?
5. Day
of Training:
  • How do I chair a meeting?
  • How do I lead a control meeting when someone has done a magnificent job?
  • Which measurable results have I already achieved as a result of the training course?
  • Which questions would I still like to have answered?
  • Which modes of communication would I still like to practice and subsequently analyze?
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