Becoming a manager for the first time can be daunting and a significant challenge. In fact, it is one of the biggest changes people face in their careers. Most first-time managers have been promoted into supervisory roles because they are outstanding performers. But translating those successes into success for a team requires a completely new skill set. That’s where Managing High-Impact Teams for First-Time Managers comes in.
Managing High-Impact Teams for First-Time Managers is based on the six pillars of results-driven, awesome teams:
New managers often face obstacles they aren’t aware of or aren’t comfortable verbalizing, including the fact that many are early in their careers and have not developed mentor relationships to lean on when people issues arise. This is compounded by the fact that many don’t want to approach their own boss for guidance as they are trying to prove themselves.
The First-Time Manager’s Program addresses these factors by unveiling the various aspects of management and providing a forum to explore issues in an open and confidential environment.
New Managers benefit significantly from the program. Program participants have improved their ratings across all six pillars following the training. Current results across participants show improved performance.
Is the First-Time Manager Program right for you or your team? Other teams have seen success with the program when faced with the following situations:
- New teams with pressure to deliver results
- Quickly changing environments
- High performers asked to manage multi-functional teams
- New to managing and lacking people management skills and access to tools
- Responsible for diverse teams with differing deliverables
Book a free consultation to see if Managing High-Impact Teams for First-Time Managers is right for you or your team.