Management Development Programme
23rd August, 2023
Gary Murray (Talent Development Manager) and his team work tirelessly to design and deliver a range of in person and online training programmes to our people to ensure the demands of the ever-changing property landscape are met.
Below Gary discusses the success of the KFH Management Development Programme, how our leaders have benefitted, and how it has led to the birth of our Aspiring Manager Programme.
"As London's leading property services group, KFH needs the very best leaders in the industry to ensure we deliver the very best service, communication, and results. Our branch directors are market experts and have an average length of service of over 10 years delivering results for our clients.
To continue developing our leaders' knowledge and skills in an ever-changing landscape, KFH launched a new programme which focuses on the people skills and qualities needed in today's leadership and management of our people. Built on the foundation The KFH Way, the KFH Management Development Programme (MDP) is delivered to all line managers in the business, over four core modules: Leading Self, Leading Others, Leading Teams, and Leading with Emotional Intelligence. The programme offers our leaders the opportunity to reflect on their current leadership and management style and skills, and then consider new models, theories, and shared experiences through peer-to-peer learning.
The MDP has certainly been a success story for us with outstanding feedback from those who have attended the modules and ongoing coaching and support sessions.
Next phase? Future leaders at KFH! Following the success of the MDP, our Aspiring Manager Programme (AMP) was born and made available to assistant managers and team leaders. The AMP supports our early leaders in identifying their own leadership qualities, building confidence in their role, and identifying platforms to support them. The AMP encourages our first-line leaders to collaborate with their senior managers, uniting their approach when leading their teams to success together."
So what have our people said about the MDP?
And what about the AMP?