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Lead the Way When You Train a New Manager, Part 3

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Part 1 of this blog series introduced the issues involved in training new managers, and Part 2 provided some tools to train them effectively. This post will wrap it up with some strategic thinking and guiding principles.

Lead the Way When You Train a New Manager, Part 2

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In Part 1 of this blog series, I introduced issues that are universal when training new managers. Our discussion here will center on tools you can use to advance your new managers’ development.

Lead the Way When You Train a New Manager, Part 1

4 min read
New managers need training to learn about the fabric of the company society they are entering. Once they are trained, under your guidance, new managers will learn how to contribute in their new role and achieve milestones along their career paths.
Managers play a key role in how well the organization is overcoming business challenges and maintaining competitiveness in the market. However, new managers are often left to learn new skills through trial by fire.

New Manager Success Starts With Intention

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It remains a challenge for organizations to groom high-quality managers. The truth is that it is not easy, but it is simple. It starts with intention. With intention, organizations and high-potentials can ease the bumpy transition to management.

Elevating New Leadership

5 min read
Investing in managers to help them inspire action, instill company values, increase retention, and ensure every employee is fired up to come to work can generate exponential value for the business.