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Mastering the Leap to Management: Skills for New Team Leaders, Supervisors and Managers
October 31 @ 1:00 pm - November 6 @ 10:00 am CDT$150
Companies want to put their high-potential employees into management roles. Not all will be interested in a promotion, however. Talking someone into the role is one of the first mistakes a company could make. Assuming both parties are up for the challenge then the company must follow a process that trains the on both logical/technical skills as well as emotional intelligence.
This program will take a timeline approach to the first year of a new manager’s career. As with new employees, there is an abbreviated onboarding process. Then it’s a matter of moving from expectations to agreements with the new manager. The bottom line is it’s management’s role to put new managers in a position where they are capable of success.
Why Should You Attend
Interestingly, most people don’t want to be promoted into management. They don’t want the extra work, stress, and accountability associated with it. Of those people brave enough to step up to the management plate, there are many technical and emotional factors that will impact their success and the people they manage.
We are also facing the Great Quit, and if new managers aren’t handled properly, the people they manage will look for a new opportunities elsewhere.
Areas Covered in the Session
» Are they good candidates for management?
» Onboarding the new manager
» Pre-first day welcome
» Creating a Wow! first-day experience
» The 60-Day New Manager Survey
» Getting to know them
» Getting to know the team
» Teaching managers their responsibilities
» Compliance obligations
» The emotional traps faced by new managers
» The continuous dialogue
» Management buddy
» The remote manager
» And more…
Who Will Benefit
» Any Leader or Manager
» Human Resource Manager
» Director of Human Resources
» Human Resources Partner
» Human Resource Consultant
» Company Owners
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