During the Covid-19 pandemic, with greater numbers of people working remotely, how do you continue to support their wellbeing and continuous professional development during, and beyond, the pandemic?
GBS Corporate Training has a broad range of digitally delivered, short courses available immediately which can be completed via webinar in the safety of your employee’s home. The range is expanding daily to meet the specific needs of our learning and development partners.
There are a variety of problem solving methods used throughout business today most of which use a team based approach. However to gain their maximum potential the selected approach needs to be correctly applied and managed. Quite often teams will be tasked to resolve a particular problem only to have the project stall or take longer than anticipated.
Having a clear understanding of the problem faced, the required objective and delivery timeline is key. This enables the most appropriate problem solving methodology to be selected along with a business owner and suitable team of process experts. A delivery plan can then be completed and the problem solving activity managed through to successful completion.
Successful problem resolution incorporates more than just tools and techniques. Softer skills such as understanding team roles, team dynamics, engagement methods and facilitation skills are also key ingredients for success. This course provides an excellent foundation in the methodologies and tools commonly used in problem solving activities today.
The GBS Managing Problem Solving course has been designed to equip managers, team leaders and improvement leads with the practical skills, tools, and structured methodologies for problem solving activities. The 3 day course is highly interactive enabling attendees to immediately apply what they have learnt across different business scenarios.
Completion of two Practitioner level courses, together with demonstrable work experience, can lead to the gold standard Chartered Quality Professional (CQP) status, which is recognised alongside other roles with Chartered status.