Trusting and supporting your technical team helps them achieve collaborative goals
If you’re interested in becoming an accomplished manager of technical professionals, this training will supply you with valuable, real-life management techniques to enable you to achieve this.
Technical professionals are increasingly expected to be dynamic and interactive team players who work with executives to craft technological solutions to corporate problems. Although your technical knowledge may be limited, you must effectively manage a group of “techies” who often don’t have the communication and business skills needed to successfully engage in collaborative projects. To do this you must earn the respect of your team by using your unique perspective and abilities, while acknowledging your limitations. Even without technical knowledge, a manager provides organizational, motivational, and leadership skills and can effectively facilitate communication between technical professionals and the larger organization. The aim is to enable your team to shine by enlisting their participation and investing in their development.