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Mastering the Leap to Management: Skills for new team leaders, supervisors, and managers

Mastering the Leap to Management: Skills for new team leaders, supervisors, and managers
$29.99 each

In most organizations, if you are the best at your craft, it's likely you'll be selected to be the next team leader, supervisor, or manager.  The irony is that few new (or future) managers get much training on how to actually manage.  The reality is that you must leap into a whole new set of tasks that require a whole new set of skills.

In this one-hour webinar, Larry will provide you answers to some of the common problems new managers face like:

  • Understanding the psychological challenges of making the leap to a managerial/supervisory role.
  • Overcoming the “I can do it better syndrome.”
  • Avoiding five big mistakes every new manager makes.
  • Establishing your authority and understanding its limits and applications.
  • Learning to balance letting go with staying in control.
  • Accepting that you can't be everyone's buddy.
  • Delegating in a way that gets results.
  • Applying a method of communicating that avoids SNAFUs.
  • Giving feedback when it's not good news and surviving the experience.
  • Taking joy in the development and growth of others - it isn't what you do that counts, it's what they do that counts.

Getting these answers in a one-hour webinar is a great way to start your management career.

Join Larry Johnson and the Webinar Wednesday Team on this Recorded Broadcast to Master the Leap to Management!

Who should watch:
On Site Team Members, Regional Managers, Small Owners, Management Company Executives, Training Directors

About Larry Johnson:

Larry loves writing for, and speaking to managers. Larry has worked with clients like Harley-Davidson Motor Company, American Express, Nordstrom Department Stores, Southwest Airlines, Federal Express, the US Navy and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. He is co-author of “Absolute Honesty: Building a Corporate Culture That Values Straight Talk and Rewards Integrity,” published in 2003 by the American Management Association, which now in its sixth printing! Larry has also been the owner of the Johnson Training Group for 32 years!  

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* Each registration is good for one attendee OR one on-site team. If you would like multiple attendees, group viewing events, or other needs, please contact us.

Comments for this event:
Nathan Miller
I liked when Larry spoke about how no matter what type of manager you are that you must always use all types of leadership styles when leading your team.
Monica Cartagena
I liked the honesty, experience that we can try to relate to and I wouldn't suggest any changes
Jen Max
Loved how easy going it was and included very real world examples.
Veronica Sanchez
Really enjoyed the helpful tools in management.
Jessica Taylor
This was very insightful. One of the best I've attended.
Marlar Stidem
The xerox example was a great takeaway. I got it wrong and I want to share this with my team in tomorrow's staff meeting
Courtney Ambrose
There was good points about delegating tasks and being in charge of making sure your team is successful.
Karen Nolen
I appreciated his very direct points! Lots of great information shared concisley.
Martiza Torres
Went straight to the point.
Leann Turley
The presenter knew his subject so well he did not need notes, his talk just flowed.

It all made sense, was communicated well. Lots of humor to get a point across.

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