Unfortunately, 47 percent of new supervisors receive no supervisor training. The rest, train for success! First-time managers who receive tools, skills and training become effective leaders. They go on to foster engaged and productive teams and drive great results for their organizations. Their impact is contagious. They meet their goals, project positive behaviors and have less turnover within their teams.
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Common Concerns About the Transition to Leadership
Moving from peer to manager
Managing others in addition to managing yourself
Developing the soft skills in addition to the hard skills
Expressing confidence and gaining respect
Understanding Your Role
Use of authority
The Four Cornerstones of Solid Management Practices
Assigning tasks and delegation
The Four Communication Skills New Leaders Need to Master
Project/Goal wrap up
Situation Driven Leadership
Motivate according to skill level
Manage during times of personal crisis
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