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Course Name
Effective Management Principles Within the Law

Contact Hours: 3

Course Description
Managing within the Law

Effective management is vital to a successful company. Too often, individuals who have excelled in a company due to a specific skills set are promoted to managerial positions before having adequate management training or any at all.

As a consequence, many managers lack the interpersonal skills, sensitivity, legal awareness and professionalism necessary for effective management. The result can be disastrous: endless conflicts; low morale and productivity; wasted talent; high and costly turnover; and lawsuits based on privacy violations, discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, among other things.

As the workforce and legal mandates have grown more complex, the need for both managerial skills and awareness of the legal ramifications of management decisions has increased dramatically. Employers cannot afford to allow managers to learn through trial and error; comprehensive management training is necessary to prepare managers for today’s workforce.

By completing this course you will learn:
  • The evolution of management and related theories and approaches over the last century
  • Guidance for issues managers face on a daily basis

After reading the material, you will have a chance to play an online game that presents hypothetical scenarios for you to analyze. As you answer the multiple-choice questions correctly, move through the game and complete your course of study. 

This Course explains the evolution of management and related theories and approaches over the last century. It also provides guidance for issues managers face on a daily basis.

The topics covered in the Course include:
  • Management styles: old and new
  • Teamwork
  • Being a professional
  • Laws in the workplace
  • Privacy issues
  • Conflicts and communications
  • Instructing and training
  • Performance reviews
  • Unsatisfactory performance
  • Misconduct
  • Dealing with personal issues
  • Termination