Management Skills for New Managers and Supervisors
Interpersonal relationships are as important as ever in today’s business world, but it can be difficult to balance strong leadership and likeability. This program helps new leaders transition from worker to manager, while seasoned leaders learn to transform from managing to leading optimum performance. Build positive relationships by identifying ways to earn trust, credibility and respect and practicing a process for building positive relationships.
What You’ll Learn
Build positive relationships by identifying ways to earn trust, credibility and respect and practicing a process for building positive relationships. Explore different work relationships and understand what drives employees to peek performance. You'll learn tips for hiring the right people and how to improve performance by conducting effective performance reviews. Make positive change happen by gaining willing coperations and gaining consensus and collaboration.
•Transition successfully from worker to manager•Motivate your team to reach its potential •Avoid the 10 common pitfalls of management•Communicate effectively •Coach for increased productivity •And much more!
Why You Want To Learn It
Effective leaders get things done through others so strong people skills are a must.
Now it's...Not about your personal achievement...but coaching others to succeed.Not about your drive to get things done...but your ability to motivate others to get it done.Not about you...it's all about them.
How It Will Help You
In other words, the skills that got you the promotion can't make you successful as a manager or supervisor. To achieve success, you need a firm grasp of business skills and human relations skills.