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Are you feeling overwhelmed by your management role? Are you uncertain about team dynamics or how to best lead? Managerial support is here for you.

Management support – Support for managers and staff groups

Management support is specialised professional guidance and training tailored to managers. It can include a range of talking therapies and methods to help managers manage stress and improve their leadership skills.

Why does a manager need support?

Perhaps unsurprisingly, many working managers experience some form of psychological distress as a result of their work. Therefore, we can see that the need for psychological support and guidance for managers is more relevant than ever.

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Symptoms and signs that you need managerial support

  • Increased stress and anxiety
  • Reduced work capacity
  • Feelings of inadequacy
  • Difficulty making decisions

Do you recognise yourself after seeing these symptoms? If the answer is yes, then it indicates that managerial support can help you.

Different forms of therapy for managers

There are several different ways to access executive support, including:

  • Individual therapy sessions
  • Group workshops
  • Online courses and webinars

Each form of therapy has its benefits, so your managerial support is tailored to your individual needs.

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How therapy can change working life

Therapy allows you to identify and understand the underlying issues affecting your work performance and well-being. This can lead to improved leadership skills, increased work capacity, and a better working environment for you and your team.

The benefits of seeking support and guidance

  • Reduce stress and increase well-being in your role
  • Better communication and working relationships
  • Increased self-confidence and work capacity

For someone striving to perform better in their managerial role or just working life in general, it is essential not to underestimate the value of professional support.

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Common misconceptions about management support

Many people think that management support is only for those struggling at work, but the truth is that it can benefit managers at all levels and in all sectors. Even if you are already successful, you can develop your skills through management support and take your performance to the next level.

Seeking help is not a sign of weakness but rather an investment in yourself and your future on more than just a professional level. Thus, you can improve your work performance and overall well-being through managerial support. So why not take the step today? Your future awaits, and we are here to make your journey easier.

9 FAQs about Executive Support

What is the purpose of managerial support?

Managerial support aims to enable managers to develop leadership skills, manage stress and conflict, and promote a healthy working environment.

Who can benefit from management support?

Management support can benefit managers at all levels and in different organisations. It is especially beneficial for those who experience high demands and responsibilities. Ultimately, of course, management support aims to help staff as well.

How does a typical management support session work?

A typical session starts with the manager discussing their challenges and issues. The therapist or counsellor then listens, advises, and offers tools and strategies.

How long does a management support process take?

The length of a management support process varies according to individual needs and goals. It can be a single session or more long-term support.

What if I, as a manager, feel reluctant to seek managerial support?

It is expected that people will be reluctant to seek support. However, considering the benefits and potential for personal and professional development can be a motivating factor.

Can executive support help me balance my work and private life as a manager?

Yes, Executive Support can help managers develop strategies for work-life balance, which is crucial for well-being and long-term sustainable leadership.

Is there a confidentiality policy for Executive Support?

Yes, Management Support is subject to strict confidentiality to ensure managers can be open and honest about their challenges.

Can managerial support also be provided to working groups?

Yes, managerial support can be extended to include work teams. This can be particularly useful to improve team dynamics and performance.

How much does management support at Lavendla cost?

At Lavendla, the therapists and coaches set the price themselves. You decide how many therapy sessions are needed in consultation with the therapist. The first time you meet, you usually focus on getting to know each other, defining what challenges exist, and then setting up a plan to work together to achieve your goals.

Benefits of Executive Support

  1. Improves leadership skills: Management support helps managers develop their leadership skills, including communication, conflict management and decision-making.
  2. Strengthens the workforce: By offering support and advice to managers, the whole workforce benefits, as a healthy manager is better equipped to lead and support their employees.
  3. Prevents burnout: Managers risk burnout due to their high demands and responsibilities. Management support can help prevent and manage burnout.
  4. Improving the work environment: Supporting managers in creating a healthy and supportive work environment benefits the whole organisation.
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Written by samantha

Sr. Samantha Pieterse is a registered psychiatric nurse who is deeply committed to mental health and well-being. Samantha brings a unique and valuable perspective to her role as an editor for Lavendla South Africa. She has worked in Government and Private mental healthcare institutions in Gauteng and her expertise ensures that the articles on our website are accurate and accessible. Samantha is dedicated to enhancing mental health awareness and education in South Africa.