New managers matter. They’re on the front lines with your workforce, your customers and your markets. They have tremendous potential. And, some of them will become your organization’s future leaders.
However, most organizations promote productive employees into managerial positions based on their technical competence. Very often, however, many fail to grasp how their roles have changed that their jobs are no longer about personal achievement but instead about enabling others to achieve that sometimes driving the bus means taking a backseat: and that building a team is often more important than making a sale. Even the best new managers can have trouble adjusting to these new realities.
Yet, leadership capabilities are seldom on the new manger playlist and leadership development for new managers has often not been viewed as important. While high potentials may be invited to participate in leadership training and coaching, the majority of new first level managers often represent an untapped leadership potential. This is a significant lost opportunity. It’s these managers, on the front lines with your employees and customers, who have the collective power to make a real difference.
To make that difference new managers need to be able to think and act as leaders. This webinar will start building your newly promoted managers into peak performing leaders.
Why should you Attend:
So, you’ve just been promoted. There are few career moments as exciting and these days as perilous as becoming new a team leader or manager of a department or business unit.
Moving into a managerial role requires the development of leadership skills and techniques to enhance your personal and team outcomes. Leading others requires a greater level of self-awareness and core skills such as strategic thinking, influencing, increasing team performance and maintaining a goal oriented vision. To be successful new managers or recently promoted ones must master three critical skills: to switch from relying on formal authority to establish credibility, from striving for control to building subordinate commitment; and from managing tasks to leading people. Using the analogy of an orchestra, a new manager must move from being a talented violinist who concentrates on playing his or her instrument skillfully to being a conductor who coordinate the efforts of all the musicians.
Therefore, what it takes to succeed as a new manager is a matter of learning new ways of working and most importantly letting go of old ones -even if they have driven your career success up until now. New managers must also find new ways of deriving personal and career satisfaction from their work and measuring their success. This is a critical mental switch that effective managers must make. This webinar will provide skills and techniques to successfully transition into a new role and become a peak performer.
Areas Covered in the Session:
- Learn 8 tactics to ramp up quickly, take charge and get results
- Answer these 4 tough questions to ensure you’re on the right track
- Recognize the importance of your personal power and how to develop it
- Sharpen their emotional intelligence to understand your impact on others
- Identify the top 10 reasons why newly promoted managers fail in their jobs
- Review 3 strategies and 10 tactics to influence those you manage and work with
- Know the 5 “rules of the roads” for peak performance in today’s changing workplace
Who Will Benefit:
- New or Entry Level Staff
- Operational Managers
- Team Leaders
- Managers Who Have Not Had Leadership Development
- Anyone Transitioning Into a Leadership Role
Marcia Zidle, MS, NCC, BCC is the CEO of Leaders At All Levels and a board certified executive coach based in Dallas Texas. She works with executives, management teams and high potential professionals ON THE MOVE! They want to move up to the next level – ahead of their competition – into new areas – over and around obstacles – beyond business as usual – towards a sustainable future.
With over 25 years of management, business consulting and international experience in the areas of business transformation, talent management and leadership development, she provides strategic focus, alignment and guidance to business leaders and their teams to ensure they get on the right track, stay on the right track and not get side-tracked in their drive for higher performance and profitability.
Marcia’s expertise includes coaching high performers for senior and mid-management positions, developing effective executive teams, positioning organizations for significant growth and facilitating business and team performance. Her specialties include strategy and culture, change management, employee engagement, team building, career management, leadership assessment and development. Her clients include Southwest Airlines, Dr Pepper / Seven Up, EDS, FCCI Insurance, Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Texas Health Resources, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Nokia, Plymouth Steel Tubing, Raytheon, Texas Instruments, Southern Methodist University, Global Leadership Executive MBA at Univ. of TX at Dallas. U.C.L.A and U.S.C. (California), Texas Workforce Commission, Banking Operations Institute, National Management Association, National Society of Hispanic MBA’s, Society of Human Resource Management, Young Presidents Organization, Multiple Sclerosis Society of Texas.
Marcia is the author of “The Effective Manager: What Really Works” handbooks and “Career Savvy: Life Preservers for Today’s Rough Seas and Tomorrow’s Raging Waters.” She has a Masters in Organization Effectiveness from University of Southern California and is a Board Certified Coach from the Center for Credentialing & Education, Inc.
She’s also the host of The Business Edge, a weekly internet radio show on the business channel of Voice America Media, giving practical advice to executives and managers on how to take their company, firm or practice to that next level with less stress and more success – in other words: how to take the growing pains out of growth.
Finally Marcia’s “claim to fame” is as a global citizen – living as an expatriate with her family in Scandinavia and Australia. In fact, one of her children is an “Aussie”. She’s traveled in over 30 countries throughout Europe, the Middle East, Far East, and the South Pacific.
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