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Managers – Going Digital is Essential

Managers – Going Digital is Essential
17 October 2018 John Moore

Research has long shown that working towards and achieving a professional qualification impacts on both individuals and organisations. Did you know, for example that 90% of Chartered Management Institute graduates improve their performance at work. But how can organisations find the time and resources to support their managers to achieve a CMI qualification?

Choosing a Management Qualification

Since 2012, Exponential Training has seen the number of managers choosing to complete their CMI Management qualification by on-line distance learning rather than the traditional classroom-based format increase from 25 per cent to 95 per cent.

But when it comes to choosing between face-to-face and virtual training options, what are the benefits for an organisation of up-skilling teams through online qualifications?

  1. On-line Learning Is Flexible

Taking managers out of the work place for workshops and training sessions is disruptive and expensive. Imagine your managers having a live, on-line coaching session with a Performance Coach whilst still at their desk or at home. That is what you can expect from Exponential.

Working with the same Exponential Performance Coach throughout your management qualification means support is directly relevant to the live work place challenges you are facing right now. This means you can apply what you learn straight to the work place thereby impacting on your performance.

  1. On-line Learning Is Cost-Effective

With our on-line Exponential ManagementDirect learning resource, we remove the need to hire meeting venues, travel to venues and the need to buy books and other learning resources. Packed with rich, high quality learning resources, our learning portal has e-learning modules, checklists, templates, pod casts and videos ranging from five-minute introductions to details books and videos. Everything you need is accessible on your laptop.

  1. On-line Learning Develops Collaboration Skills

Our on-line Learning Journeys develop management problem solving skills and collaboration skills. Working with your own Exponential Performance Coach, you will negotiate and agree flexible learning plans and how to present your assignments and work. With continuous feedback, our management learners become effective on-line collaborators which helps to improve their impact at work.

  1. On-line Learning Ensures Consistency

A challenge facing organisations with multiple offices and remote teams is consistency. On-line learning with Exponential enables you and other managers from your organisation whether they are in London, Edinburgh, Singapore or Cape Town to experience and share a common learning experience. On-line Learning Journeys remove geographic barriers and places managers at the centre of their own Learning Journey.

  1. Exponential On-line Training Is Brain-Friendly

There are no long workshops and training days, no more tedious e-learning courses. Exponential’s on-line Learning Journeys provide an engaging experience. Subjects are broken down into bite-sized activities, making learning more flexible and more rewarding.

  1. Exponential On-line Learning with Support

You are not alone when completing an Exponential management qualification. You will work closely with your own Performance Coach. Your Coach will guide and support you and if necessary hold you to deadlines and help you to be the best managers you can be. Many of our graduates’ value the support they get from their Exponential Performance Coach almost as much, if not more, than their newly acquired Chartered Management Institute professional qualification in management and leadership!

Interested? Call Exponential Training today on 01455 845071, email on Anne-Marie.Daly@exponentialtraining.com or complete an on-line enquiry form.

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John Moore has over 20 years experience of training and developing Managers, Coaches, Consultants and businesses. As Managing Director of Exponential Training, John researches, speaks, blogs and writes about how to improve performance. He also designs and delivers engaging, fun and interactive learning programmes. John is a Fellow Chartered Manager and has worked with managers and organisations in over 20 different countries.