How To Maximize Your First Two Years As A New Supervisor
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Laying A Solid Leadership Foundation
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Created by Greg Gilbert
Last updated 7/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 2 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • How to make more money. Once we cut through the fluff, clichés and buzz words, we accept a position of leadership to make more money for our family. That's why we uproot families, pull kid from their schools and move across the state or country. In order for this to occur, we MUST make more money for our company. This is accomplished by closing the gap between your performance and potential as quickly as possible and improving results. Successful companies reward results, NOT tenure.
  • Start the foundation for a successful and profitable career in Leadership.
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Requirements
  • A desire to increase the deposits into your company so you can increase your personal deposits.
Description

A newly promoted person is going through the biggest and most emotionally trying transition of their career.

They transition from producing results with their mind, words and hands to producing results through the minds, words and hands of others. This requires a totally different set of tools. They also assume responsibility for a six or seven figure annual payroll and the associated livelihoods.

They deserve every opportunity at success. Most organizations have an internal leadership development program. Our program will add to and compliment existing internal leadership development.

New promotions deserve your best AND our best; not your best OR our best. We are not arrogant enough to assume we have all the answers. We work with like-minded companies.

Who is the target audience?
  • 1. Managers, Supervisors, Foremen and lead people promoted within the last two years.
  • 2. Managers, Supervisors, Foremen and lead people that have been in their positions longer than two years but have become complacent.
  • 3. Individuals that would like to be considered for a position of leadership in the future. This membership will provide insight into the different responsibilities of leaders and help with the decision-making process. Leadership is not for everyone.
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Curriculum For This Course
16 Lectures
01:08:27
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Introduction
16 Lectures 01:08:27


No Title Begins With "Just A"
03:08

The Leadership Toolbox
10:15

The Written And Verbal Draft Folder
04:07

Don't Boss By Lurking Around - Lead By Walking Around
02:25


You Are NOT A Counselor
03:32

Your Widget Factory Is Going Broke. What Do You Do?
07:20

Show Me What You Are Doing To Improve Your Team
03:40

Taking Care Of Your Customers
02:18

Three Questions Before Courageous Conversation
01:48

A Few Pointers From HR
04:00

Myth - A Bad Employee Is Better Than No Employee
03:41

Recap And A Review
07:30

Go Forth, Lead And Recover Well
02:51
About the Instructor
Greg Gilbert
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Speaker, Author, Leadership Coach

If it pertains to Human Resources, leadership, management, supervision or life; Greg Gilbert has been there, done that, journaled it, heard the grievance and is now teaching and writing about it.

Early in his leadership career, the “if it’s not written, it didn’t occur” chip was implanted in his mind. In 1978, he began journaling successes, failures and what led to each. This continued through different positions and levels of leadership. These journal entries became Keynotes, Seminars and a book on leadership.

Prior to retiring from a Fortune 100 company, Greg served his last 12 years as the primary Human Resources contact to over 2200 team members. Additional journals were required.

In the past decade, thousands have joined Greg on the “Journey Through His Journals” and have learned the positive impact on RESULTS of "Leading Like You Own It."