Note from Art: Early registration pricing ends at midnight on 12/22 for this January/February 2018 online learning plus mentoring program!
This is a very personal cause for me.
As a first-time manager, I was left to sink or swim. I floundered, flailed, and thanks to a great mentor, ultimately, I made it. But, it was close.
Unfortunately, too many first-time managers don’t find that life-ring. Estimates suggest that as many as 50% of all first-time managers fail during their first year.
No one wins when the odds of new manager success are reduced to a coin toss.
The world needs a leadership pipeline capable of navigating the considerable challenges in our organizations and in government.
We need to get this right.
Whether you are new to your role as a manager or you are managing new managers, this is a must attend online +mentoring program at an incredible value.
In 4 scheduled sessions plus one bonus event, I share the ideas, approaches, and best practices essential for helping individuals survive and thrive as new managers.
- Getting your role right from the beginning
- Establishing your leader’s values
- Building credibility with your team
- Learning to conduct challenging feedback and coaching discussions
- Driving results the right way
And much more.
In addition to the live webinars and e-mail access to me, the one-on-one mentoring session with me, I’m adding a new segment due to popular request: a live “Ask Art” session where your questions drive the agenda.
What’s the Feedback on Succeeding as a First Time Manager?
During my last cohort, I was impressed when a successful CEO signed up his entire management group for this program. He signed up as well. What an incredible statement to make on the importance of developing as a leader and manager.
His feedback: “Art’s First Time Managers Program has been a valuable resource for my staff and we plan to continue utilizing the program with new managers in the future. The Program content is right on the mark, and Art is engaging and knowledgeable, making it an all-around great experience.”
Thanks Nick! I’m honored that you participated and truly appreciative of your input and feedback!
The Bottom-Line for Now:
Whether you are new to managing, considering the role of a manager as a career step, or, responsible for leading and developing new managers on your team, I want to help you succeed.
From navigating my own start-up to growing as an executive leader responsible for creating a leadership pipeline and now in my work supporting hundreds of first-time managers every year, you have my commitment to supporting your success. The next step is up to you!