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From Peer to Manager: Skills for New Managers


Simpliv LLC

Summary

Price
£40.49 inc VAT
Study method
Online, self-paced
Access to content
Lifetime access
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

About this Course
Welcome to your career in management. But most important…Welcome to leadership.

Even for the most gifted individuals, the process of becoming a leader is a rigorous and many times an exhausting journey. The rewards, however, can be enormous. I surveyed a group of managers across many disciplines and asked the question, “As a new manager, what do you wish you learned early in your career?” What follows in this course, is a result of the responses, as well as my personal experience coaching and mentoring new managers.

I will begin by asking you to be patient with yourself. You do not develop leadership skills overnight. It takes practice, it takes trying new things, it takes making mistakes. Yes, sometimes you will fail. That is ok. It is ok to acknowledge when something doesn’t work, it is ok to celebrate and build on your successes.

I have broken this course into individual modules. These are small bite sized modules that you can view either one after the other, or one at a time as you drink your morning coffee. Feel free to jump around and view the modules that are of the most importance to you. Take what works, challenge what doesn’t, try new things.

The Chapters include:

Introduction to Management
Developing Your Leadership Style
Leadership Responsibilities
Leadership Communication
Team Development
Your Growth and Development
Managers Toolkit
I’m excited to join you in this journey.

It’s time to think about success. Let’s Get Started.

Basic knowledge
You must have a desire to learn and grow. You must be open to new thoughts and ideas, and be willing to take risks and make mistakes. All you need is your computer, tablet, or smart phone to take this course. There will be some hands-on activities, and worksheets that you will be downloading

Description

What you will learn
Welcome to your career in management. But most important…Welcome to leadership. Even for the most gifted individuals, the process of becoming a leader is a rigorous and many times an exhausting journey. The rewards, however, can be enormous. I surveyed a group of managers across many disciplines and asked the question, “As a new manager, what do you wish you learned early in your career?” What follows in this course, is a result of the responses, as well as my personal experience coaching and mentoring new managers. I will open this course by asking you to be patient with yourself. You do not develop leadership skills overnight. It takes practice, it takes trying new things, it takes making mistakes. Yes, sometimes you will fail. That is ok. It is ok to acknowledge when something doesn’t work, it is ok to celebrate and build on your successes. I have broken this course into individual modules. These are small bite sized modules that you can view either one after the other, or one at a time as you drink your morning coffee. Feel free to jump around and view the modules that are of the most importance to you. Take what works, challenge what doesn’t, try new things. I’m excited to join you in this journey. It’s time to think about success. Let’s Get Started


Introduction
Developing Your Leadership Style
Leadership Responsibilities
Leadership Communication
Team Development
Your Growth and Development
Manager Toolkit
Conclusion

Who is this course for?

You were an individual contributor, and just received your promotion to lead a team. Or perhaps you joined a new company and accepted the challenge of leadership to grow your personal and professional career. Congratulations! You are in the right place!

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