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“An employee’s motivation is a direct result of the sum of interactions with his or her manager” – Bob Nelson Would you like to know why many high potential employees
“An employee’s motivation is a direct result of the sum of interactions with his or her manager” – Bob Nelson
- Would you like to know why many high potential employees fail to be an effective manager when promoted?
- Does your organization plan to train its early and mid-level managers but do not know how to go about it?
- Would you like to address the various dilemmas first-time managers of your organization face?
- Are you keen on knowing the essential skills early managers should possess?
- As a first-time manger, do you find it difficult to align conflicting priorities among the key stakeholders – team, management, partners, etc?
If yes, join our webinar on First Time Manager Training: High Potential Employee to High Performing Team.
A survey done by Wakefield Research on 500 middle managers says that 87% of managers agree they wish they had received more training when they first took on the role. In a HBR article written by Victor Lipman it is emphasized that “most students of management agree that the transition from employee to manager is one of the most challenging in business.” In such a scenario, the need for training first time managers cannot be reiterated more. This webinar focuses on the need for training the first-time managers, various areas to be trained on.
Why Should You Attend?
- Empathize with various dilemmas an employee face when transitioning from individual contributors to a managerial role
- Know various ways the transitioning can be made smooth
- Understand how a high potential employee can lead a team effectively when he/she is promoted to a manager
- Help individual contributors transform into High Performing team managers
Who Should Attend?
- L&OD professionals
- HR professionals
- Trainer and facilitators
- Team Leads
In the 60-minute webinar facilitator will give insights on the transition of a high potential employee to a manager of a high performing team. Facilitator will also clarify doubts relevant to the topic.