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Kinetic Middle Management Program

An intensive training program for hospitality current and future middle managers.

The Kinetic Middle Management Program will give your team the confidence and knowledge they need to energize the front-line and deliver an electric customer experience.

By completing our intensive 6 month training program your managers will gain the ability to:

  • Successfully manage your venue
  • Develop leadership and team work skills
  • Understand the importance of their new role within your organisation
  • Manage organisational assets more effectively
  • Motivate teams through building on key strengths
  • Recharge front-line teams and deal with conflict professionally

PROGRAM OUTLINE

The Kinetic Middle Management Program covers a wide range of topics to allow your team to transform and adapt to each new management challenge.

Developed by industry leading managers, all Kinetic Middle Management training is hosted in-house, at your venue so relevant on-the-job training is tailored to your workplace and specific needs.Tailoring the training this way ensures you get real-time results and immediate return on your investment!

For more information Click here to download The Kinetic Middle Management Brochure

For any enquiries, please contact the team at DWS on 07 3878 9355 or at info@dws.net.au

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