Romain Rissoan

romain rissoan consultant formateur management

As a bilingual English-speaking Qualiopi management training consultant, I help companies to identify and understand problems in their day-to-day day-to-day activities. I work with management teams to develop strategies that will enable them to maximize resources resources, save money and increase efficiency. My job is to provide advice and information on the most effective ways most effective ways for an organization to achieve its objectives. I also endeavor to create and implement training programs programs focusing on communication, decision-making, problem-solving and problem-solving and team-building. My ultimate goal is to ensure that my customers have the tools they need to succeed in their to succeed in their respective sectors. Thanks to my understanding of trends and best business practices, I use my knowledge to help to help organizations improve their productivity and profitability. and profitability. My customers can count on me to help them achieve their goals. I strive to stay at the forefront of industry trends and ensure that my knowledge that my knowledge is up to date so that I can provide the best possible advice and training. I pride myself on being able to respond quickly, I listen to my customers’ needs and offer them solutions that to help them achieve their goals. My expertise in business processes and management techniques, I can easily develop training programs tailored to each organization’s specific needs. organization’s specific needs. I also work with my customers to identify areas areas for improvement and recommend changes accordingly. recommend changes accordingly.

When I work with a customer, I strive to build a relationship of trust and respect respect that enables us to work together effectively. effectively. As a management training consultant, my aim is always to ensure that my customers have the tools they need to succeed, and that their and that their operations are running optimally. My aim is to develop a strong partnership with each and every one of my customers, ensuring that they achieve results through quality service and effective solutions. Thanks to my expertise in business management, I am that I can help organizations succeed.

My Management Trainer content

Management in a nutshell

While the objectives of management and administration are quite similar objectives, namely corporate performance, the fact remains that there are differences remain in the methods used to achieve them. to achieve them. Management is primarily concerned with teams and the actions they implement. The human element is at the heart of the manager’s preoccupations. employees towards the objectives defined upstream. Management, on the other hand, is in search of the best combination between financial interest and the achievement of objectives. Numbers are therefore a large part of the manager’s concerns. Management and management are in fact complementary approaches. Both are essential to essential to a company’s success.

Leadership is a behavioral competency, otherwise known soft skills, which are difficult to acquire at school. school. Whether innate or the result of professional experience experience, it can be defined as a kind of natural authority by the person who possesses it (the leader). On the other hand management is a technical skill, also known as know-how know-how, which involves supervising a team and making strategic strategic decisions. It is the status of manager that establishes authority. If leadership is characterized by charisma, management management is imposed by function.

A good manager is one who knows how to use the various how to use the various management functions. Management defines his or her prerogatives, whether in terms of human material resources. Here are the main the main management functions incumbent on the person in charge of this position. position. – Steering the organization

Steering the organization of work is the first task of every of every manager. Not only must they define the company’s the company’s objectives, but also establish a strategy for achieving them. to achieve them. The various objectives must be set the short, medium and long term. Similarly, the manager must separate individual objectives, while insisting on the goal to be achieved. to be achieved. At the same time, the manager is responsible for ensuring that the achievement of all previously set objectives. If necessary corrective action to improve results. results. – Free access to information Communication is an important lever for any successful entity. to be successful. It’s all about informing employees about the the company’s culture, the objectives to be achieved, but also market developments. Whether horizontal or vertical, bottom-up or top-down or top-down, the transmission of information must be a priority. – Mobilizing human resources Also known as leadership, this function brings all the company’s around a single objective. If possible, we recommend it is advisable to set up training programs, evaluation systems and motivation programs. For example, you can an election for employee of the month to stimulate your teams. your teams. The mobilization of human resources also calls for the skills development and career advancement. – Decision-making If the manager is called upon to lead, then he or she can’t do without the decision-making function. decision-making function. These decisions must be conducive to the achievement of the company’s objectives and its long-term survival

Management training content

Self-diagnosis of four management styles: Indicative, Explanatory, Delegating, Participating. Discover your role, mission and objectives.

Adapt your management style to the situation. Manage mappings. Manage with competence

Consider power relationships. Position yourself clearly in the company hierarchy.

Identify your areas of power. Create and apply operating rules. Make appropriate adjustments to existing regulations. Evaluate possible arrangements. Develop an identification system. Get into the habit of expressing satisfaction in words. Criticize by distinguishing between “being” and “doing”.

Dare to delegate: take responsibility and assume responsibility for tasks. Select delegated tasks based on the relevant needs of employees and the and business needs.

Develop authorization policies. Give clear instructions. Define authorization objectives. Implement periodic inspections. Limit distractions, but… Create a schedule adapted to your team.

Master the different stages of an assessment interview. Define objectives.

Establish a motivating work schedule. Assess individual results against objective criteria. Annual appraisal interview. Training needs.

Act with confidence Replace evasion, aggression and manipulation with confidence.

The trick for sensitive requests. Decorate calmly. Seek the truth from the facts. Present positive and negative consequences. Learn to say no without causing tension. Unreasonable explanations. Know when to offer alternatives .

Use the basic rules of communication. Stick to yourself: anchor your words and engage your audience.

Master Body Language: Gestures, Postures. Organize your thoughts into a plan. Find convincing arguments for your meeting.

Assess the situation: active listening and rephrasing. Learn to question specific problems. Questions open and closed questions.

Negotiate a win-win agreement. Reminders of life posture. Make mistakes, don’t get discouraged. Favor consensus over compromise. Participate in the search for solutions. Apply the ground rules for effective feedback.

Define the roles of the facilitators: producer, facilitator, regulator. Discover how groups work.

Clipping drift. Embrace new ideas, but put them in perspective. Prepare for the meeting: plan, clarify objectives, agendas and priorities. agendas and priorities. Leading meetings and managing time.

My Management Trainer FAQ

There are many types of management, but the most common are are the following: -Project management -Product management

-Program management -Operations management -Supply chain management -Marketing management -Financial management -Human resources management -Information technology management Management is necessary for any business, but some people don’t think it’s necessary at all. They believe that a good knows what everyone’s best job is and assigns them to it. and assigns them to that job. Management is also necessary to ensure employees are taken care of and provided with everything they to do their jobs. On the other hand, some people management is useless and only causes problems. They think that a good manager motivates employees, creates an effective team and takes care of his employees. A good manager is someone who motivates employees. To do this, management that everyone has enough work to do, and that there’s a good there’s a fair amount of pay and opportunity for advancement. The management must also set an example for the rest of the company so that everyone else follows their example. A good manager also ensures that everyone has the opportunity to take on more skilled jobs to grow and become better at their jobs. and become better at their jobs. This type of management is essential to the smooth running of any company.

There are many reasons to do management, but the most common are as follows: -To improve efficiency -To reduce costs

-To improve quality -To increase sales -Improve customer satisfaction -Increase shareholder value Management is the source of many creative ideas. Management is responsible for deciding the company’s policies, goals and objectives. This helps define the company’s direction and plans. plans. It also helps define what is good for business and what is not. By thinking creatively, management can management can identify new trends and problems in their problems in their industry that others haven’t encountered. This makes them makes them invaluable to their company, as they often solve problems problems that others haven’t considered. Good leaders improve productivity and morale. morale. One of the most important roles of management is to to lead by example. Good leaders are always positive and happy at work inspires their team to be the same. They also also set a good example by doing their job well and being respectful of other employees. This shows their team that being productive isn’t just about doing your job; it’s about being respectful of your colleagues and putting them first. When workers see that their leaders are happy and positive, they will naturally be the same themselves. positive, they’ll naturally be the same themselves. This leads to a happy, productive team, which is great for morale within the morale. A leader can delegate tasks effectively, making the most of each team member’s strengths of each team member. A great leader knows how to get the best out of each team member. They also know when to delegate tasks so that other team members can do their job better. do their job better. This makes effective use team members’ strengths while minimizing potential weaknesses. weaknesses. It’s also important for managers to be fair in the way they allocate tasks so that everyone a chance to shine from time to time.

The main functions of management are : -Planning: Deciding what needs to be done and how it will be done. how it will be done -Organizing: Putting the plan into action by assigning tasks and resources

-Leading: Motivating and guiding employees to achieve objectives -Control: Monitor progress and take corrective action if necessary. necessary. There are many other management functions, but these are the most important. most important. Management is the practice of directing and organizing people and resources people and resources to achieve a goal. The managers are responsible for ensuring that an organization runs smoothly and the achievement of its objectives. Some people consider as a form of leadership, while others see it as a profession as a profession in its own right. Regardless of how others others see it, management is vital to any organization. Managers have the power to create a healthy work environment environment for employees. This includes creating a workplace that is safe, healthy and productive for all. It also involves putting in place systems in place to help employees achieve their goals. Raising issues with managers can help employees make their voices heard voice in the office. This leads to a better understanding of how to meet everyone’s needs in the workplace. Everyone benefits from having a good manager who can create an environment environment in which they can flourish. Managers are problem-solvers who find creative solutions solutions to obstacles encountered by employees. They are the ones who come up with ideas to improve things around them, such as new processes or technologies. They also use their knowledge and experience to solve problems and make decisions. decisions. Managers are key to creating a positive atmosphere atmosphere for everyone in the workplace. If they intervene, no one else will either.

Visual management is a management practice that uses visuals to communicate ideas and objectives within an within an organization. Visual management helps to create a clear understanding of current processes and issues, so that employees employees can easily identify areas for improvement. areas for improvement. Visual management also helps to create a plan action plan for change, so that changes can be implemented implemented more quickly and effectively. Visual management is often used in conjunction with other forms of documentation documentation and feedback. Visual management is particularly useful for highlighting areas for improvement in a process. It enables employees to easily identify areas where they can make a difference. Employees then know where to focus their efforts and what actions to to take. Seeing clearly helps employees to do their jobs more effectively.

Visual management is also useful for identifying problems within an within an organization. It enables employees to easily where they can improve processes or procedures. processes or procedures. Employees then know where to focus their efforts so that problems can be solved more quickly. Seeing clearly helps employees do their jobs better so that everyone benefits. Visual management is also useful for creating an action plan for change so that so that changes can be implemented more quickly and quickly and effectively. Employees can easily create a plan a plan when they have a clear understanding of the current state of the process or problem they are dealing with. Creating visuals also helps identify opportunities that may not be covered by traditional with traditional documentation due to a lack of awareness or awareness or knowledge.

Online learners generally prefer to use an LMS for offline assignments. This is because an LMS allows learner to access course material at any time, while a physical a physical course requires physical access to the material. Moreover Moreover, using an LMS reduces the risk of missing a lesson due to transportation problems or other delays. And of course there are also many advantages for physical classrooms when when implementing an LMS. Establishing a suitable platform for teachers and students is important for an effective an effective learning experience. Learning management systems offer many advantages for both benefits for both teachers and students. These systems save time by automatically tracking assignments and lessons. In addition, users no longer need to manually search for course materials course materials or contact teachers in the event of problems with assigned lessons. What’s more, these systems save teachers time easily update lesson plans and assign new lessons. and assign new lessons without tedious manual work. Many schools use LMSs to improve student performance and reduce absenteeism. and reduce class absenteeism.

Despite their obvious usefulness, many schools still don’t have an effective Learning Management System (LMS). This is because is due to the fact that these systems are generally only used by professionals in classrooms, not by universities or colleges. universities or colleges. This means that LMSs are most popular mainly at secondary school level, where teachers are most accustomed to using them in their courses. However, there’s no reason for a school not to have an effective homework management system. management system.

As the name suggests, leadership is about directing others. A good leader sets an example for his or her employees by being honest, fair and respectful of others. They also ensure that everyone in the office knows what’s expected of them. Managers must be role models for their employees, as this demonstrates that they are committed to doing a good job. A good manager will also take the time to listen to his employees, so that he can hear any problems they may have. This way, he solve any problems before they become too big to handle. too big to handle. Another important responsibility of a manager is to create a positive environment in which employees can grow and develop. grow and develop. This is easily achieved by modeling good work habits and delegating work when necessary. It It’s also important to create constructive relationships with colleagues so that everyone has the opportunity to learn and grow. A good manager ensures that team members feel appreciated appreciated, so that they continue to do a good job for him. He does this by by offering opportunities for advancement whenever possible, and congratulating top performers where appropriate.

A great leader creates a plan that motivates all team members to excel. This includes setting clear objectives and expectations and expectations for themselves and each team member. As part plan, he will assign specific tasks to each team member so that so that everyone knows what is expected of them. He’ll also involve everyone in the decision-making process, so that everyone knows knows their part in the process. What’s more, it rewards team members who meet or exceed objectives, so they know so they know just how well they’re doing.
 
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