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How to become a Good Boss?

Being a good boss is not an easy job. To be a Boss or Manager is not just a privilege it is also a responsibility of managing others. Responsibility for the personal development of high qualified people, who can provide good work if they find good conditions. This doesn’t mean: money, short working hours or extra free time. This means to be recognized as a person with high potential, ability to think critical and clearly, ability to develop strategies and do useful work. It is the job of a good boss to empower the people around him/her to accomplish the vision which has a relevance to the company and the society.

Who should attend?
Managing Directors, Senior Managers, Directors, Department Heads

Course Objectives

  • Manage the employees in such a way that their talents and skills are utilized to bring in maximum productivity at work
  • Delegate work and recognize the person who has done this job
  • Recognize the importance to give clear instructions and to make decisions
  • Change the conditions of your environment to meet your specific needs
  • Change the conditions of the environment of your employees to meet their specific needs
  • Acknowledge your strengths as well as your challenges or deficits
  • Acknowledge your workers strengths and their deficits
  • Focuse on the positive aspects instead of always seeing what you or your employee can’t do or can’t reach
  • Recognize strategies and structures in one part of your life that you might implement in another
  • Value the employees’ work and abilities


  • Power Point lecture
  • Role-plays
  • Videos
  • Group Discussions
  • Partner Exercises
  • Demonstrations

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