4 Things NOT to Do as a New Manager

4 Things NOT to Do as a New Manager

New manager training is filled with tips on what to do during the first weeks and months on the job. But here is a list of what NOT to do as a new leader. This is the list that will save you lots of grief and help secure the good will you need to succeed with your...
3 Tips to Build Trust as a New Manager

3 Tips to Build Trust as a New Manager

If you are a new manager, be aware that you are the “change” in the room and, like all organizational change, you are apt to encounter some levels of both fear and resistance. We know from decades of designing and delivering customized new manager training programs...
The Greatest Risk for New Managers

The Greatest Risk for New Managers

We know from thousands of new manager training participants that new managers are typically risk-averse. They often do not want to come aboard and make quick decisions that rock the team boat to the point where they take on water and sink. In an ideal world, new...
How to Avoid 5 Common New Manager Slip-Ups

How to Avoid 5 Common New Manager Slip-Ups

Most experienced leaders know the opportunities to mess up as a new manager are many. And though you may have rightly earned your promotion through superior technical expertise and hard work, these are not the traits that will, on their own, help you succeed as a new...
Not All Bad Managers Are Yellers

Not All Bad Managers Are Yellers

The stereotypical bad manager described in our new manager training programs is a yeller, loses their temper and is abusive to their employees. But, new managers please take note, there are many less overt ways to discourage, disengage, and damage your team members....

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