Sure, you were good enough to get promoted but being a manger has challenges you never dealt with when you were an employee. The transition to management isn’t just a promotion and a pay raise—it’s a shift into a new type of role that requires new skill sets and you are bound to trip up along the way when you are first starting out.
Being good at your job doesn’t guarantee that you will be a good leader or manager. This webinar will benefit those who have transitioned into a new manager role with tips and tools for engaging, motivating and building a high performance. What matters most is how effectively you can overcome the challenges as a new manager and how quickly you can formulate a plan and learn these new manager fundamentals.
• Be able to learn how to delegate effectively
• Learn how to build trust in the workplace
• Learn to manage up and communicate to all stakeholders
• Learn how to engage your team members to identify areas for improvement
• Know and have a sense of your own capabilities and management skills
• The importance of building your credibility and managing tasks while leading people
• Managing up - what it means and how to use it to communicate effectively
• Managing peers
• Set expectations and follow through
• Building your level of confidence with critical thinking, problem solving and decision making
The session will give you insight of the 10 most common mistakes that newly transitioned managers make, essential techniques and tips on how to avoid them and the fundamentals of a new manager.
Those Managers and supervisors who have recently been promoted, those taking on new responsibilities, those with little or no formal training.
Years of Experience: 20+ years
Areas of Expertise: Soft Skills Training, Facilitation, and Content Development
Audrey Halpern is a soft skills training facilitator consultant with 20+ years of experience. Audrey is currently a faculty member of American Management Association where she trains productivity and communication skills.View all trainings by this speaker