New Horizons offers an extensive range of management and leadership training programs. This suite of programs provides managers and leaders across all levels of an organisation with the skills they need to improve their own performance, and the performance of their team. As many people are appointed managers due to their technical skills, our management and leadership training courses provide a base for those new to leadership roles to develop fundamental skills. They also allow existing leaders to improve their ability to motivate, guide, and get the most out of their direct reports.
New Horizons currently offers the following courses in the area of Management and Leadership training:
Businesses utilise budgets and financial reports in some form or fashion everyday. The goal of this course is to give the participant a basic understanding of budgets and budgeted financial reports so they can hold relevant discussions and render decisions based on financial … Read more
The New Horizons Change Management Program teaches participants how to develop the skills to proactively address change and meet the challenges of transition in the workplace. You will work with various employee personalities to overcome the problems encountered when making changes in your organisation. You … Read more
The New Horizons Conducting Meetings Program teaches participants about planning, participating in, and concluding successful meetings. Students learn how to establish the purpose and agenda of a meeting, facilitate participants’ progress toward the meeting goals, improve their leadership abilities, … Read more
All of us experience conflict. We argue with our spouses, disagree with our friends, and
sometimes even quarrel with strangers at a football match. At times we lose sight of the fact that all this conflict is normal. So long as people are individuals there will be the potential for conflict. Since you … Read more
The ‘human capital’ of an organisation is one of its greatest assets. No matter how good a product is, the human component can ‘make or break’ a business. The transfer of knowledge and skill within organisations is a crucial part of this process and has implications on productivity, customer satisfaction and … Read more
Emotional intelligence, also called EQ, is the ability to be aware of and to manage emotions and relationships. It’s a pivotal factor in personal and professional success. IQ will get you in the door, but it is your EQ, your ability to connect with others and manage the emotions of yourself and others, that … Read more
Financial Management for Business Professionals is an accelerated learning experience that will help non-financial employees understand how financial data is generated and reported, as well as how it can be used for improved decision making and analysis.
The HR (Human Resources) for Non-HR Managers course is designed to assist Managers with the daily human resource issues that arise with their staff members.
It takes a manager through the various HR elements and issues they need to know from the start of a staff member’s time at an organisation, … Read more
The New Horizons Managerial Leadership Program teaches participants about organisational leadership and its role in guiding the organisation toward vision fulfilment. Participants will learn how to define an organisation’s vision, draft a vision statement and communicate it, set goals that are aligned with … Read more
The New Horizons Team Leadership Program teaches participants how to be an effective team leader. You learn how to communicate effectively, adapt to various personality issues and overcome common problems. Further, you will work on aspects of verbal and non-verbal communication, create a supportive team … Read more
So you have been in your job for a while now. Are you the best you can be to get the best out of your direct reports? Are there still niggly little problems with staff that you have not found a solution for? Have you learned to let go of doing it all yourself?
If you are expecting your direct reports to … Read more
Most people get promoted to the position of People Manager based on their technical expertise but managing people calls upon a completely different set of skills. Because of this, surviving as a new manager can be difficult. 40% of managers new to a role don’t survive in the role beyond 18 months*. … Read more