New Managers Training


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New Managers Training Summary

This New Managers Training offers practical tips on how to establish your leadership identity, connect with your team, and become a successful first-time manager. Learn how to establish authority, trust, and viability in your first thirty days on the job.

The instructor also discusses how to deal with change, the importance of diversity and inclusion, and how to cultivate resilience through stress management.

This course was created to help you master your responsibilities at work and improve your value to the company while also increasing operational efficiency.

This course provides the foundation and skills needed to succeed as a team manager. It assists students in learning how to best approach situations, communicate effectively, work with employees, manage conflicts and produce results.

Learning Objectives:

By the end of this course, students will be able to:

– Understand the challenges and opportunities of becoming a new manager

– Learn how to build trust and credibility with their team

– Develop the skills to manage change within their team

– Discover how to create an inclusive environment for all team members

– Understand the importance of stress management in maintaining a successful career as a manager

Training for new managers

New Managers Training benefits:

* Understand the unique position of managers as “servant leaders” among workers.

* Identify key aspects to good communication, including listening skills and understanding body language, among other things.

* Explore effective management styles for different kinds of employees, including introverts and extroverts.

* Identify personality types and how to work with them.

* Develop management training skills, such as running effective meetings and debriefing after conflict resolution.

Who should attend: Team leaders and managers in the workplace who want to gain a better understanding of their responsibilities and learn new skills for dealing with difficult situations.

Prerequisite: None

Prior knowledge assumed: General knowledge of the art of management.