New Manager Starter Kittoit2022-05-21T08:47:09-05:00
New Manager Starter Kit
Best Practices of Exemplary Leadership
Instructors : Carla Turner & Alexa Botelho
SO, YOU’RE A MANAGER NOW?
Making the jump from employee to manager is both exciting and challenging. The skills that got you the job aren’t the same skills that will help you succeed in management. It’s time to focus on developing the skills to communicate as a leader and to influence and coordinate employees in a way that empowers and motivates them.
This course follows the story of new manager, Aaron, as he learns to lead in way that brings his team together to accomplish their goals. The New Manager Starter Kit gathers the best of the best practices for leadership skills, power, and goal setting. Are you ready to be an exemplary leader?
With eight Lessons that include both instruction and vignettes, students will watch as Aaron faces the challenges of going from team member to manager. He must learn to lead by example, work together with his employees to set goals, and enable his team to succeed. How will the team deal with inventory problems and relationship issues with vendors? Will Aaron, Tish, Randall, and Keith come together to create a team in which they all feel valued?
Course includes 50 minutes of high-quality HD content in the “Uniquely Engaging”TM Bigger Brains style, plus a handout, optional assessments, and post-training knowledge boosters.
Objectives – You will be able to:
Explain the differences between Technical skills, Human skills, and Conceptual skills
Provide examples of why the balance of skill usage changes as a person moves up the career ladder
Explain the purpose behind the vision and mission of your company or department
Set SMART goals that align with the organization’s vision and mission
Compare and contrast the traits of leaders using Positional Power vs. Personal Power
Identify behaviors that provide good examples for employees to follow
Create goals for increasing trust using the Transactional Trust Model
Recognize and identify how personal values affect decisions and actions in the workplace
Explain how different perspectives bring value
Create methods for discovering others’ perspectives
Create connections from personal values to a manager’s SMART goals
Explain the need to challenge a process even if it appears to be working well
Explain the difference between a problem as understood and a problem as it truly is
Apply the 5 Whys to identify the root cause of a problem
Identify types of decision-making criteria applied to a specific problem
List resources and activities that aid employees to perform their jobs
Explain when training may be a better approach than direction
Compare and contrast reinforcement and feedback
Explain the 4:1 ratio and explore ways to apply it in the work environment
Lessons : 8 Seat Time : 50 Minutes + 15 Minutes Assessment Time
01: Exploring the New Manager Skill Set (4:58)
02: Setting SMART Goals (7:56)
03: Understanding Leadership and Power (5:02)
04: Five Best Practices: Model the Way (6:05)
05: Five Best Practices: Inspire a Shared Vision (5:36)
06: Five Best Practices: Challenge the Process (7:11)
07: Five Best Practices: Enable Others to Act (4:32)
08: Five Best Practices: Encourage the Heart (7:41)
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