Effective professionals earn promotions that eventually land them leading a team. Unfortunately most organizations simply place you in a management job, give you the title of manager, and expect you to figure it out on your own. You can become a more effective if given the right tools and training.
As a new manager your job as is fundamentally different now. When you were an individual contributor, you were responsible for only your own work. Now you are responsible fo the work of the members of your team, your direct reports.
This course gives you the essential managerial tools you need to become a great manager in your organization and a great boss to your direct reports. This course will teach you the most effective managerial behaviors you can engage in. You will learn how to develop a professional relationship with your direct reports, give effective performance feedback to your team, delegate task and projects in a way that gets results, develop your team so you can get more out of them and advance their careers.
This course is not about theory. It is about what what you can do, the actions you can take. Today! This course is shorter than many others, but we don't spend any time talking about abstract things you have little direct control over, like your organization's culture. By practicing the behaviors and using the tools taught in this course, you will have a better culture in your team. You will find that you will get many of the things others only talk about and say they are important, but the fail to tell you how you can accomplish them.
The behaviors taught in this course have been proven to work in diverse teams from the very small to the very large and in a whole range of disciplines. It doesn't matter if you are leading a team of highly technical professionals or a multidisciplinary team or if your team is five people or fifteen, these techniques will work for you and your situation.
The skills you acquire in this course can help succeed in your new managerial role and propel you to roles with greater responsibility and better compensation.