Leading as a first-time manager creates excitement and nervousness as they step into new territory.
The impact their new role has on their teams can be quite profound. We all know that employees say their manager creates the culture at work and people quit their jobs because of a bad manager.
New managers often find themselves ill prepared and ill equipped having only being previously exposed to traditional command and control style of leadership.
Today’s business world is now faster more agile and more democratic. The leader of the past is becoming obsolete meaning the newest generation of managers need to do things differently.
This programme shows your new first-time managers how to develop the essential responsibility of developing people, creating accountability, driving execution and applying emotional intelligence.
- Understand senior management’s expectations of you as well as your peers and colleagues.
- Identify your preferred leadership style and the work style of your team.
- Understand what it takes to build a powerful and motivational work environment.
- Coach your team to higher levels of productivity through effective feedback, one-on-one conversations and constructive criticism.
- Plan and lead more effective team meetings, know how to tap into the creative potential of those around me to take ownership and feel confident in solving problems effectively.
- Team building. Build a high productive team around me. Understand how to create a high-performance team culture.
- Expand Your Comfort Zone. Develop more poise, self-belief and self-confidence. Develop more of your personal potential and reach new levels of performance.
This online interactive workshop is packed with loads of practical tips and how to’s that enable participants to become that can be applied immediately into your role.
Programme Duration: One full day, 9.30am-4.30pm; delivered online.
Who will benefit from attending?
People who have recently moved into or is about to be promoted into a leadership or management position where coaching others to higher levels of performance will be an essential skill they need to master.