LGIU online training for managers coming up in July
Before you head off for the summer holidays check out our range of online courses for managers and officers coming up in July.
Next month we will be looking at how to manage your colleagues in the office and remotely, developing practical skills in project management and the 5 project management challenges, developing the culture within your organisation, understanding what strategic thinking is all about, tackling disinformation online and offline and improving your memory skills.
|Developing an Organisational Culture to suit future operating models
6 July 2022: 9:30-12:30
This workshop provides a foundation of understanding about what this new or evolving culture may mean in practice and the options available. It is an interactive opportunity to consider the kind of culture that needs to be developed and the 'cross over' commercial skills required.
|Understanding Strategic Thinking
12 July 2022: 10:00-15:00
This online participative workshop is ideal for managers or specialists who have a strategic role or who are looking to develop a better understanding and skills in the area of long term planning and strategy.
|Tackling Disinformation Online and Offline
15 July 2022: 12:30-13:45
This course will look at how you can mitigate the impact of disinformation online and offline, including considering the importance of facilitating community development; fixing resident issues; watching over council decision-making and acting in your party group to promote your manifesto.
|The 5 Project Management Challenges
19 July 2022: 10:00-13:00
The focus is on the Project Managers Leadership and the challenges they may face. As well as providing practical advice and guidance to overcome the 5 Project Management Challenges it is an opportunity to network and share solutions with colleagues from other organisations.
|Memory skills and mind-mapping
21 July 2022: 10:00-12:00
This is a highly interactive session that has been developed for Councillors and Officers who want to improve their ability to store and retain information.
If you are new or experienced in management, particularly in local government, you need to be politically astute, creative and apply strategic thinking to face current and future challenges.
LGIU has put together an extensive range of online training covering the essential skills for new managers starting off as well as sessions focused on how you can take management skills to the next level. For more senior managers, we also have a series of sessions focused on advancing your leadership skills.