You want to ensure their success when promoting high-potential individual contributors into their first people manager role. You must support those just starting to manage people with the necessary training and leadership tools from the start.
Provide new managers with the confidence and skills to lead productive teams.
To shift from being an individual contributor, you must learn how to balance execution with employee engagement.
Clear communication of organizational goals and how the team's work supports them is essential for new managers to succeed.
Not surprisingly, 49% of new managers don't feel ready to succeed, as 60% have not received adequate training for their new roles. Excerpted from the bestselling book The New One Minute Manager®, describes the mindset, key conversations, and communication skills entry-level managers need to succeed quickly, including how to:
Blanchard recognizes that even the most successful individual contributors could struggle when taking on the duty of people manager. Join us in creating learning paths for your new people managers to help build their skills and get their teams geared up for success. Together, we will formulate a training program that links learning goals and objectives with your operational priorities, aiding individual contributors to comprehend the personal benefits and the significance it holds for the organization.Talk to an Expert