“You’re excellent at your front-line role. We’re going to promote you so you can teach others how to be great at that job, too. Now, good luck!” Sound familiar?
Typically, however, what made them successful as individual contributors is likely not what will make them successful as managers. If organizations want their new managers to be successful in getting results through others, they need to think differently when it comes to helping managers develop.
In this high-energy webinar, ICC experts discuss the:
- Data that builds the business case for focusing development efforts on supporting new managers
- Essential skills new managers need to learn the second — if not before — they are promoted (some of these skills may surprise you!)
- Critical steps organizations can take to ensure that the learning for new managers sticks (HINT: traditional training is NOT the answer).