Survival Skills for First-Year Managers
Transitioning into a management role for the first time does not need to be complicated. But it does require a change in focus, some planning, and the development of new skills.
That's because management requires a focus on others and on helping other people to do their tasks. Your job as manager is to get the best from the people you manage. The measure of how well you're doing as a manager is how well each individual on your team performs, especially when you aren't around.
In this webinar, Master Certified Coach and cofounder of Coaching Services Madeleine Homan will show you how a focus on both people and results is the best way to create an environment that results in individual growth, purposeful action, and sustained improvement.
- The absolutely must do now's.
- To establish the best habits that build trust and confidence.
- A foolproof structure for action and results.