Creating sustainable results in growth and performance
You’ve landed a brand-new supervisory position. Now what?
You know your skills as a team player won’t be enough for you to excel. But suddenly you’re the boss – supervising your one-time co-workers and friends. Wouldn’t it be great if they handed you a manual when you got promoted? Making the change from co-worker to manager is tough enough. But taking that extra step – to becoming a true LEADER – is even tougher.
Let 4D-Leadership help you discover:
- Common new leader mistakes – and how you can avoid them
- The critical transition conversations you need to have to successfully navigate your changing role and relationships
- The three sources of feedback power you can draw on to successfully coach your team for maximum results
- How to apply the four types of performance feedback to motivate and inspire your team
- Five key concepts for conducting successful performance reviews
You’ve been promoted… so now what?
No one is born knowing how to be a supervisor. And no other job can prepare you for this challenging assignment. Now, you not only have to worry about your performance, you have to worry about how others perform, too. The good news is you can quickly add the “secrets” of successful managers to your supervisory toolkit.
We will teach your team:
- Why you can’t be both a buddy and a boss
- Getting comfortable with the power of your position
- Understanding the difference between leadership & management
- 5 distinct leadership styles: Identifying your personal strengths & weaknesses
- Why successful managers make 360° communication their top priority
- The critical importance of building a strong partnership with your boss
- What it means to be an effective “linking pin” in your organization
- How to be a good role model: Recognizing the impact of “leadership messages”
- 6 specific strategies for motivating different types of employees
- The Performance Management Cycle: How to become a coach instead of a critic
- Using a 10-step “coaching road map” for successful performance discussions
- How to respond to employee complaints without arguing or agreeing
- Avoiding the 7 “trouble traits” that can derail your management career