Join Todd Dewett for an in-depth discussion in this video Feeding your learning curve, part of New Manager Foundations (2013).
Here's a simple truth.…When you step into a leadership role, it's guaranteed you will work more…hours than the average employee.…That's never so true as during the first few months of a new leadership role.…Let me offer a comment about simply surviving and maintaining balance or at…least rapport an understanding with your closest friends and family members.…Leadership roles are very demanding and can put a strain on family time and personal time.…Compared to the typical employee, you'll inevitably work a few nights and weekends.…
Become a proactive communicator about these topics.…Make sure your friends, your spouse or partner, and your children have clear…expectations about your professional role and its demands on your time.…Strive to schedule specific time to engage in activities with your loved ones…and work hard to ensure those activities represent high quality time together.…The more successful you become and the more you receive promotions in the…future, the more necessary it will become to focus on the quality of those…
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- Clarifying performance expectations
- Feeding your learning curve
- Building rapport with your team
- Explaining your decision-making style
- Increasing your authenticity
- Communicating proactively
- Knowing when to have a meeting and who should attend
- Coping successfully with your transition<br><br>
- The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.