Skills For New Managers
You've been promoted… so now what?
No one is born knowing how to be a manager. And no other job can prepare you for this challenging assignment. Now, you not only have to worry about your performance, you have to worry about how others perform, too.
As a new manager, you need to hit the ground running from day one. But maybe you're not ready to make tough personnel decisions, supervise difficult personalities, and, if necessary, come down hard on former peers and friends.
This webinar from Morey Stettner, editor of Executive Leadership, will give you the step-by-step guidance to make a successful transition into management. You'll know what to expect, how to prepare and what to say and do when it counts the most.
You'll learn how to develop the key skills you need, such as:
- Communicating clearly and decisively to earn employees' respect. Learn how to speak with dynamism and express fair opinions.
- Developing and enforcing systems that work well. As seasoned managers know, the key to success is creating and implementing reliable processes to supervise people and activities in a coordinated manner.
- Learn how to customize the best systems to fit your work environment. Avoiding rookie pitfalls. Pinpoint 5 traps to avoid that can stymie your effectiveness as a new manager.
- Pressing the right motivational buttons. Motivating employees is an art, not a science. Develop strategies to drive your diverse workforce to exceed their self-imposed limitations and produce at a much higher level.
- Delegating with ease. By mapping out assignments and matching the appropriate tasks with the right people, you free yourself to focus on what matters most. Learn how to delegate—and then set up checkpoints to ensure compliance.
- Dishing out discipline. New managers often view disciplining as the single hardest—and most harrowing—skill to master. Skip those sleepless nights by learning how to overcome dread and apply a range of powerful tools to put underperformers on notice and give them every opportunity to lift themselves up.
While these skills are important for ALL managers, this webinar is designed for new managers of all kinds—in companies, nonprofits and every type and size of organization.
You can also pose your management question directly to Morey Stettner. And because this is a webinar, there is no limit to the number of colleagues you can invite to sit in on this interactive event.
Imagine being the boss everyone WANTS to work for! You'll discover how — when you attend this interactive workshop.
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