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Overview

Sure, you were good enough to get promoted but being a manager has challenges you never dealt with when you were an employee. The transition to management isn’t just a promotion and a pay raise - it’s a shift into a new type of role that requires new skill sets and you are bound to trip up along the way when you are first starting out. 

Why you should Attend

Management is a set of processes that keep an organization functioning, measuring performance, problem-solving clarifying jobs. Managers control a group or team to accomplish a goal. So you may have come up through the ranks as a worker bee, maybe you were the top employee and can implement strategic tasks. But just because you excel at the day-to-day work of an organization doesn’t mean that you will be great with big-picture initiatives. No one is born knowing how to be a manager. You will need to rise to the occasion and help the whole team see how their work fits into company objectives. And there’s a whole lot more that you will need to do to be successful, so let’s discuss some of those things that the best leaders do.

Areas Covered in the Session

  • Be able to learn how to delegate effectively
  • Learn how to Build Trust 
  • Learn to manage up and communicate to all stakeholders
  • Learn how to Engage your team members to identify areas for improvement
  • Know and have a sense of your own capabilities
  • The importance of building your credibility and managing tasks while leading people
  • Managing Up- What it means and how to use it to communicate effectively
  • Managing Peers
  • Set expectations and follow through
  • Building your level of confidence with decision-making and problem-solving

Who Will Benefit

  • Those Managers and supervisors who have recently been promoted
  • Those taking on new responsibilities
  • Those with little or no formal training

Speaker Profile

Audrey Halpern is a soft skills training facilitator consultant with 20+ years of experience. Audrey’s is currently a faculty member of American Management Association where she trains communication skills.