New Managers Make Most Often
They deserved to be new managers, so you promoted them. Now what? Will they be too tough? Too lenient? Will they rise to the position or still see themselves as one of the crowd?
Most new managers make the same mistakes that hurt morale, anger their teams or stifle productivity. Why? Because they don’t have the proper training.
9 Mistakes New Managers Make Most Often gives you the tools you need to prepare for the challenges and situations that come with a new leadership position and help ensure a successful transition.
Identify and Eliminate the 9 Biggest Mistakes New Managers Make
- 7 delegation tactics to prevent overload and burn out
- Negative effects of poor communication and 6 can’t miss ways to keep an open dialogue
- Open and honest management tactics that lead to effective decision-making
- Impact of managing former peers and best practices for a smooth transition
- Keep favoritism from killing morale: Keys to managing all team players
- You don’t have to know it all: When to reach out for help
Effective Management Training Any Organization Can Use
- Maximize team members to their full potential: Tools to succeed
- Find your style: Solid management tactics to make your own
- Decision-making skills that get more accomplished
- 5 strategies for handling know-it-alls that won’t hurt productivity
Supervisory Lessons You Need to Know Now
- Avoid indecision to gain the respect of your team and superiors
- 21 must-have tips and ideas to help new managers improve results
- Squash insecurities and use smart staffers to your advantage
- Lead by example: How employees want you to act
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