Certified First-Time Leader

Overview

Strong Leaders at all levels (first-time leaders to executive leaders) within an organization are critical for achieving business success. Individuals who take up the Leadership role for the first time are as important as those who are experienced.

Being promoted to a Management position is exciting but it can be challenging as it takes time to establish oneself as a strong but approachable Leader and manage a team effectively.

When you become a Manager, everything about your job needs to change- your skill set, nature of work relationships, your understanding of what “work” is, and how you see yourself and your organization. This intervention is crafted to provide the tools and techniques for an effective transition from being an individual contributor to a people manager.

Our intervention will equip a first-time leader to showcase increased role effectiveness. A well-trained leader, even though inexperienced can ensure minimal loss of productivity, reduced ambiguity, and better predictability of results after this intervention. Our program ensures reduced conflicts and higher team engagement.

Highlights

Build an understanding of the role of a new leader as well as the competencies required in the people manager role.

Provide the critical resources for the development of the essential knowledge, skills and mindset needed for an effective transition to a leadership role.

Build higher-order managerial skills to become more effective as a leader.

Take your leadership skills to the next level.

Learning Objectives

At the end of the program, participants will be able to:

Understand the role and responsibilities of a manager

Know the changes to be made for an effective transition from being an individual contributor to being a Manager

Learn the process and techniques for Stakeholder Management

Understand the techniques to develop people

Learn a few approaches to dealing with conflict effectively

Understand the role and responsibilities of a manager

Know the changes to be made for an effective transition from being an individual contributor to being a Manager

Learn the process and techniques for Stakeholder Management

Understand the techniques to develop people

Learn a few approaches to dealing with conflict effectively

Outcomes

The New Managers develop an understanding of their new role and the changes they need to implement to be successful in the transition from being individual contributors.

The New Managers are equipped with the essential skills and attitudes required for being effective in People Management.

Duration

2 Days to 5 Days

Who should attend

Mid level

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