Making the transition from an individual contributor to a supervisor or manager requires completely different skills, approaches, and accountabilities. This program is designed to cover all of the critical foundational skills and knowledge every new supervisor and manager needs for a successful transition and deliver inspired, positive, bottom-line performance.
New Managers Fail When
They don’t establish goals and metrics
They don’t define and communicate expectations
They don’t give honest or effective feedback
They don’t move from “doing” to “doing through others”
After completing this program, participants and organizations will benefit from:
Improved success rates for first-time managers
Improved team productivity
The opportunity for participants to learn and practice the essential skills
Fewer employee relations issues
Lower turnover and higher employee engagement
During the customizable New Manager Essentials Bootcamp, each participant will learn the best practices in developing and executing the three necessary skills of every effective manager:
Managing Other Individuals and Teams
Balancing the needs for results, individuals and the team
The program consists of five, one-day modules conducted once per month. The invitational program is held at the University of North Florida Conference Center in Jacksonville, Florida. Internal, customized programs can be held on-site at the client's location or in a nearby facility.