The program includes three concise learning modules:
Research clearly shows that adult learners tune out when subjected to long, content-heavy training events. Adults just can’t sit for extended periods absorbing training material – especially when they already have a long list of other responsibilities to worry about. What do they want? Chunks. The research says they’ll engage in training and remember it if it's delivered in short segments that focus on ONE thing, not three, or four, or five.
That's why Success Essentials for New Managers is made up of three short modules (each right around 10 minutes) that focus on a single aspect of hiring. Each is concise and delivers a highly-potent dose of learning.
Here's a summary of what you'll get in the three modules:
New Manager Pitfalls: How to Avoid Them and Succeed in a Leadership Role
So you just got promoted. You probably got singled out for management because you were a strong performer, a producer who achieved excellent results. Now you’re in charge of a team, and your job is to get OTHER people to be strong performers. But that's easier said than done. It's so difficult, in fact, that most people want nothing to do with it. Of those who take the challenge, many underestimate the complexities of management and fail. In this Quick Take you will learn the steps you must take to get started in the right direction. (Length - 10:51)
Delegation: How to Get Results Through Other People
If delegation were simply about passing our work on to others, everyone would be great at it. But delegation is more complicated than it looks – and getting it right is so critical. In this Quick Take you will learn why delegation is key to advancement for a leader, what the Multiplier Effect is and why it's the Holy Grail of delegation, the Four Fatal Flaws that sabotage delegation, and finally, how to avoid the Abdication Trap. (Length - 10:03)
Time Management: Why it’s Not About Time
Has your boss, or maybe even a colleague, ever said, "You need to manage your time a little better"? If so, that's code for, "You’re not getting things done." And it's not a minor problem. It's a game changer, one that affects your promotability, your salary potential and, possibly, the likelihood that your company will keep you around. In this Quick Take you will learn why employees in organizations are perceived as being good, or bad, at managing their time, the list that matters more than any other, and the #1 enemy of good time management. (Length - 7:28)
Each module is:
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