Course ID: ANTGREAT

Anticipating Greatness – Moving from Employee to Leader

Excellence in technical or financial skills does not automatically translate to excellence in leading and supervising others. First-time supervisors face unique challenges as they transition to management: supervising work with which they may be unfamiliar, supervising employees with whom they had previously been co-workers or employees with greater seniority, understanding the extent of responsibility and decision making authority they have, wanting to be liked, finding ways to communicate expectations to their employees and making unpopular decisions. This workshop will give new supervisors the skills to successfully navigate the transition.

This program is also available in a series of one-hour on-demand modules.
* Anticipate Development: Moving from Employee to Manager to Leader
* Anticipate Engagement: Motivating the Next Workforce
* Anticipate Client Needs: Beyond Best Practices in Client and Customer Service
* Anticipate Inclusion: Building a Sustainable Culture of Diversity


LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • Facilitate the transition to leadership
  • Overcome the challenges that are unique to first-time managers
  • Ensure the success of the first-time manager
  • Build listening and coaching skills

MAJOR TOPICS
  • Differences between being a supervisor and being an employee
  • Letting go of your old role
  • The working supervisor
  • Common problems faced by new supervisors
  • Transmitting expectations
  • Delegating for effectiveness
  • Developing resources to facilitate the transition
  • Aligning Leadership with Strategy

DESIGNED FOR
Those who are new to supervision and management as well as those aspiring to a management position

FIELD OF STUDY
Communications

PREREQUISITES
None

COURSE PRODUCER
Business Learning Institute

CPE CREDITS
4.0

LEVEL
Basic

This course is available for your group as:

Group Live Webcast
 

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