CLT Scotland offers in association with the University of Strathclyde a range of subjects in business management. These topics provide a practical introduction to resolving the key issues faced by managers.
The following examples provide the learning outcomes that can be expected after attending a three hour seminar.
• Time management
Prioritise workload and schedule efficiently; set robust short-medium term goals for yourself and others; effectively deal with procrastination; manage email and other communications.
• Diversity and inclusion
Identify, discuss and contrast aspects of diversity and equality; identify potential for personal bias; recall protected characteristics; apply principles of inclusion; know when to seek advice and assistance.
• Finance for non-financial professionals
Recall financial documents used in business; compare and contrast the purpose of documents; discuss the interpretation of data within financial documents; integrate principles of good financial management within working practices.
• Data protection
Recall legal obligations under the Data Protection Act 1998; discuss data protection principles and the rights of individuals; describe the role of the Office of the Information Commissioner; discuss offences and exemptions.
• Supplier management
Describe approaches to supplier sourcing and evaluation; effectively manage the supplier relationship; discuss approaches to phasing out the use of suppliers; discuss opportunities for collaboration.