BGS Leadership and Management Match Funding
The maximum grant per eligible senior manager is £2,000
- A “senior manager” must have strategic responsibility for the direction of the business and is restricted to the upper tier of the organisational structure e.g. senior management team or on the Board of Directors
- National Guidelines on suitable funding levels are:
- Companies of 1-4 FTE’s = 2 senior managers
- Companies of 5-9 FTE’s = 3 senior managers
- Companies of 10-19 FTE’s = 4 senior managers
- Companies of 20+ FTE’s = 5 senior managers or 10% of total staff – within a cap of £10,000 per company.
- L&M applications can NOT be stand alone and can only be offered to participants of coaching interventions
- Clients Can apply for match funding once Invoice paid and Growth Plan Completed.
- Companies will have 60 days from the Coaching Grant Offer Letter date to submit any L&M applications
- Companies will then have 180 days from the date of any L&M Grant Offer Letter to submit their claim
- Please note that whilst these guidelines are in place BGS reserve the right to assess the eligibility and suitability of each application on its own merits and award funding at a level aligned to the application. This process will be managed by the Business Growth Manager and leadership and management Specialist.
- In every instance where the coach is to deliver the training solution BGS require a Coach as Trainer Approval Form ( training proposal ). This needs to be signed by the Coach /training provider and sent to The L and M Specialist . If a bespoke solution is to be delivered by a training provider who is not a BGS Expert/Coach BGS still require a training proposal.
- The Client must have a leadership and management grant offer letter before being invoiced for or commencing training
- BGS cannot match fund , coaching , mentoring or consultancy , IT or software training
BGS Leadership and Management clomid generic Offering Themes
1. Developing an effective personal leadership and management style
Training Could Include
Leadership style; developing the vision; strategic focus; role of the director; ability to inspire; commercial skills (e.g. financial); influencing; motivation; communication of goals/strategy; goal setting; defining success; understanding and seeing the organisation as a whole; reflecting and improving; setting an example; decision making; strategic planning tools; identifying risk; assertiveness and personal effectiveness; presenting the impact; the leader as coach; self-assessment/awareness; time management for leaders.
2. Leading and managing high performance: Building a high performance team; motivation; recognition and reward; team dynamics, behaviours and skills; team building; discipline and grievance handling; delegation; planning and organising; talent management; time management; communication; coaching skills; empowering teams; roles and responsibilities; giving effective feedback; performance management; recruitment and selection; adaptability and flexibility; succession planning; staff development/promotion..
3. Planning and developing an effective organisation/Operational improvement: quality assurance; resourcing for growth; evaluating and improving; controls – admin, financial, standards; supply chain management; financial management; managing cash for growth; forecasting financial needs; managing risk; budgeting; management accounts; contingency planning
4. Creating a joint enterprise culture: Communicating change; change management; managing conflict; culture and diversity; impact of change; collaboration – partners, staff, suppliers; negotiating; listening; influencing others; providing feedback; establishing rapport; building relationships; working as a team;
5. Sustaining growth and continuous improvement: Planning and implementation; communication; resourcing; identifying skills needs; improving effectiveness – quality, costs, delivery; managing risk; managing complexity; problem solving; adaptability and flexibility; identifying skills needs for the future.
6. Embedding a culture of innovation: Encouraging ideas and creativity; empowerment; understanding culture; building trust; providing guidance; embedding innovation; adding value to the organisation; collaboration and open innovation; sources of innovation; innovation tools and techniques.
7. New market entry: Identifying and responding to need; project management; customer focus; negotiating; professional presentations; collaboration – key partners, staff, suppliers. Digital marketing strategy , brand management ,