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Corporate training and development programs are important features of organizations. They develop training programs to enhance the knowledge, skills and experience of their employees. Some educational institutes also offer training and development programs for business related people. The requirements of training can vary from person to person because there are various types of managers. The level of training can also vary according to the position of the managers and supervisors. Fresh graduates and masters are provided basic training for entry level positions but experienced individuals are provided training for higher positions.

Corporate trainings and executive trainings focus on different levels of management such as strategic, tactical and operational levels. Strategic managers are the top level managers who are known under the titles of president, vice president, chair of the board and chief executive. These managers are responsible for the strategic management of a company.

The major responsibilities of strategic managers are to develop goals and long term issues. They are responsible for the overall image and effectiveness of the organization. This top level management deals with the organization and its external environment. They require proper education and training to fulfill their responsibilities. Mostly this type of corporate training is provided through employees sponsored programs.

Tactical managers are the middle managers because they are a bridge between strategic and operational levels of management. They are responsible for translating goals and plans of strategic management to the operational management. They set specific short and long term objectives to achieve final goal of the organization. Individuals working at this level of management require particular corporate training which is available in colleges or universities. Tactical managers work through a formal system which determines the task assigned to the departments and individuals.

Operational managers handle operations of an organization. They are also called lower level managers and their corporate training are not available outside colleges. These managers are a bridge between management and non-management employees. They are directly linked with workers and lower employees to get work through them. They are known as supervisors or shift managers etc. An individual having undergraduate degree can enter operational level management. The corporate trainings for such managers focus on planning, organizing, leading and controlling functions.

The emphasis of managers on functions can vary according to their requirements. Managers should be trained in such a way that they would be able to identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. The function of planning is mostly used at the top level management. Organizing means effective use of financial, human, physical and technical resources of an organization. The roles of employees are also defined in this activity. Leading focuses on the co-operation between the management and employees. In controlling function the performance is measured and evaluated. The expected and the intended results are compared to find out the effectiveness and efficiency of the management and employees.

All the four management functions require proper corporate trainings to achieve basic management skills. These skills and trainings lead your company toward success and goal achievement. These trainings are provided by the organizations or by the traditional colleges and universities.

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