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Module Description

Study Method: Distance Learning
Awarding Body: Chartered Management Institute

This unit is about the skills of effective and efficient managerial style and behaviour, adapting style and behaviour, and managing and behaving in line with organisational expectations.

At the end of the unit the following competences will have been achieved and the learner will be able to:

  • Identify models which make suppositions about human nature and behaviour at work
  • Discuss how attitudes and assumptions can influence managerial behaviour
  • Evaluate a model of managerial style in which the manager can apply skills to identify, study and review their patterns of behaviour
  • Describe styles of management
  • Identify measures of managerial effectiveness
  • Discuss links between management style and managerial effectiveness and efficiency
  • Describe situations and circumstances which would require application of differing management styles and behaviour
  • Assess the relationship between individual managerial performance and expected organisational managerial performance and behaviour

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