Define Management Training

by David Kennedy ; Updated September 26, 2017

Management training is the knowledge gained from training that improves leadership, supervising and managing. Skills like handling interpersonal relationships, communicating and handling stress are also gained. Companies may provide their own management training, but other courses and workshops are available.

Team Building

Team building teaches effective strategies for working together. Team building is used to show that individuals are important for achieving the group goal. Respect and trust are key components.

Time Management

Time management teaches organizational skills for budgeting time. Knowing how to schedule, organize and plan accordingly is essential for management efficiency.

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Human Resources

Human resources training teaches supervisors how to handle the interview and selection processes. It helps managers understand their employees and build better relationships with them.

Decision Making

It is important to be able to weigh options quickly and effectively and make the right decisions. Decision making training teaches perspective and analytical processes.

Leadership Skills

Being a better leader can build trust and motivate others to work harder. Leadership skills training focuses on the importance of using leadership styles accordingly and having strong people skills.

About the Author

David Kennedy attended Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. After graduating with a Bachelors of Arts in creative writing, he has continued his writing career through online freelance work with Demand Studios. Kennedy writes informational articles related to health, medicine, industry, computers and education.

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