Risk management is an essential element in a dynamic environment, which ensures that change initiatives deliver intended benefits or achieve business objectives of strategic importance.
This short overview course will introduce different interrelated perspectives, which anybody involved in risk management needs to be aware of.
It will consider the underlying principles, the risk management process and techniques inherent in risk management, to minimise threat and maximise opportunities to contribute towards the achievement of objectives.
This course provides a broad-based view of the ITIL®4 framework’s approach to Service Management. It covers a broad range of material at a high-level, as would reasonably be expected from a ‘Foundation’ course, with specific depth in key areas of service management and its practice. Organisations that are actively engaging with new areas of practice such as Lean and DevOps will gain from understanding how ITIL®4 can help them embrace these areas with IT Service Management.
Let's face it, analysing numbers and doing maths might not be your idea of a great night out (otherwise you'd already probably be an accountant) but every manager needs to have a basic grip of figures. Budgets need to be set and managed, cash flows produced and monitored, business cases justified and costs controlled. Understanding finances is not only essential to the day to day running of your team or department, but can greatly aid you in making decisions; as well as becoming more efficient and productive.
This course is delivered using a highly engaging business simulation to demonstrate the impact of day to day decisions on the profitability and financial position of the organisation.
In addition to the specialist skills and knowledge required of any manager, the ability to step back and see the bigger picture and understand how an organisation operates in a commercial environment is essential.
A multi-award-winning business simulation is at the heart of this course, providing you with hands on experience in running a business.
Mental Health England are internationally recognised as a leading organisation in the field of Mental Health. This one day course is designed to create Mental Health Champions within your organisation to support your qualified Mental Health First Aiders.
My son, who is at University, went for an interview recently for an internship. I helped him with his preparation going over the steps that I go through when preparing for an interview. (If you are interested in this – let me know and I will make it the subject of another blog article). We discussed how to identify sensible questions he could ask and possible questions that they might ask and how he might answer those.