Training For Managers
The Manitoba Institute of Management (MIM) offers a range of management training programs for individuals and groups within all sectors of the economy. This includes the private and publicly traded companies, organizations owned and operated by Indigenous Peoples, voluntary organizations, and public administration employees at international, national, and local government levels.
It is recognized that the learning process encompasses elements of knowledge, skills, and attitudes, and that management training must first and foremost focus on skill transfer and development.
MIM Management Counsel are proficient in training media and methodology, preferring, however, the Tutorial method wherein the trainer and the learner work closely together in determining need, and in managing the learning process. Purpose-designed case studies, individual and small group tutorials, role playing, (including Improv Comedy), and seminars are primary learning environments.
The following areas of training competence reside within MIM:
- Administrative Processes
- Credit Analysis
- Cross Cultural Communications
- Customer Service
- English as a Second Language
- Gender Analysis
- Governance and Management
- Information Technology
- Manufacturing Processes and Methods
- Money, Banking and Finance
- Operations Planning
- Sales Training
- Small Business Formation
- Supervisory Training
- “Train the Trainer”
- Technology Transfer
Training programs are organized for delivery within the workplace, and every effort is made to ensure that both the particular training methodology and content are communicated clearly and concisely.
Upon commencement of any training program, MIM assures itself and its client that the program is based on need; that is, that the highest and best use of the training resource is being applied.