Business Management QLS Level 3

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In the Business Management QLS Level 3 course, you will have the opportunity to explore the qualities that distinguish average managers from great managers, delve into managing within different contexts, examine four styles of leadership, and much more. All course materials will be conveniently delivered to you either by post or email, making the learning process hassle-free. Our experienced and friendly tutors will provide guidance and support through email, assisting you every step of the way. You can work at your own pace, ensuring flexibility and convenience. Submitting completed coursework is simple, as you can deliver it either by post or email.

By enrolling in this course, you can boost your career opportunities and equip yourself with the skills needed for long-term success. Home learning is straightforward and stress-free, making it an ideal choice. Enrol with us today!

What’s next? Upon successful completion of this course, you will be ready to apply your newfound knowledge in practical situations and advance your career in the field of business. If you wish to further enhance your business knowledge, we offer a range of other business courses. Potential future career options include:

  • Business manager
  • Administrative manager
  • Operations manager

This course has received endorsement from the Quality License Scheme, recognizing its high quality. However, it’s important to note that this course is not regulated by Ofqual and does not confer an accredited qualification. We can provide advice on further recognition, such as potential pathways to further and/or higher education. For more information, please refer to the Learner FAQs on the Quality License Scheme website.

Course Content: Unit 1: You as a Manager

  • Exploring the characteristics of managers as individuals
  • Effective feedback techniques
  • Delegation strategies
  • Comparing average managers to great managers
  • Enhancing listening skills
  • Developing staff members
  • Coaching approaches

Unit 2: Strategy, Structure, and Systems

  • Managing within different contexts
  • Understanding strategy
  • Exploring organizational structure considerations
  • Systems within a business
  • Overview of financial systems
  • Performance and development review processes

Unit 3: Managing Teams

  • Conducting effective meetings
  • Developing efficient transactions
  • Identifying and addressing ineffective transactions
  • Exploring the stages of team development
  • Achieving high performance within a team

Unit 4: Managing Performance

  • Establishing clear performance expectations
  • Measurement methods for performance
  • Outcomes evaluation
  • Maintaining performance records

Unit 5: Setting Goals

  • Creating SMART goals
  • Achieving balance in goal setting
  • Motivational factors
  • Considerations for effective goal setting
  • Learning from past experiences

Unit 6: Leadership and Politics

  • Understanding the relationship between leadership and management
  • Exploring four styles of leadership
  • Leadership in the context of politics
  • Resolving conflicts effectively
  • Promoting successful collaboration
  • Examining the influence of leadership on management

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