Discover how to support and inspire new leaders as they make the critical transition from individual contributor to manager.
- One of the most gratifying parts of my corporate career was helping employees take their first steps into the leadership role. Even for highly qualified candidates, it can be a daunting shift. They'll face bigger demands and greater opportunities, and they'll need a more diverse set of skills to continue on their journey towards success. Managing new leaders is a different type of challenge and it's a big responsibility. In this course, you'll learn how to support and inspire your new managers, as they make the vital transition from individual contributors to leaders.
I'm Sara Canaday, and I'd like to welcome you to this program. I'm a leadership expert, keynote speaker and author. I've helped hundreds of new leaders grow to reach their full potential, and I'll be sharing that expertise with you. As we work together through this course, you'll discover how to identify the specific needs of your new leaders, to understand their unique perspectives and challenges. You'll discover how to coach and support them, guiding them to raise the bar on managing their own teams, and cultivating the right conditions for them to succeed.
Thank you for joining me to learn more about managing new leaders. It's an exciting endeavor and if you apply the principles in this course, I'm confident you'll see tangible results. Committing to this process can make a huge difference, for them, for you and for your organization. Let's get started.
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- Knowing who you are managing
- Common challenges for new managers
- Setting the expectations
- Establishing communication guidelines
- Providing the appropriate support
- Giving feedback
- Modeling behavior