Becoming a Manager: The Basics

Product code: LPL126

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Course


Online

Course

Overview

Delivery method

Delivery method

Online

Duration

Duration

9 hours

Audience

Audience

Managers

Supervisors

 

New managers are important contributors to building a public service that is more agile, more inclusive, and better equipped. This online self-paced course imparts the basic knowledge needed by new managers to meet the demands of a management role in the Public Service of Canada. Participants will explore their leadership and management skills by reflecting on their professional learning and development experience through online self-study activities.

Topics include:

  • understanding what it means to be a manager
  • leading in Canada's public service
  • communicating effectively
  • managing team performance
  • managing employee performance

Notes:

This course is open to all learners at all levels. It is also a prerequisite for the Manager Development Program (Virtual Edition) and serves as Phase 1 of the Manager Development Program. This program supports new managers by helping them understand the roles, accountabilities and expectations placed upon managers in the federal public service.

The Manager Development Program comprises four phases. To participate, you must first be identified by your organization, then assigned the certification by your departmental Training Coordinator or Learning Coordinator. You can then contact the School's Client Contact Centre to register. For participants who are registered in the program, Phase 1 is now optional.

Anyone interested in registering for Phase 1 should have some supervisory experience so that they can draw on real-life examples for the online activities.

Learn more about the Manager Development Program: Virtual Edition (MDPv).

Legacy course code: G412

Date modified: 2022-02-07

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