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Just yesterday you were peers with some colleagues who are now reporting to you. Now that you are a manager, not only your responsibilities have changed, but the interpersonal dynamics you’ve had with team members are completely different. People are looking up to you for leadership and to help them grow in their own careers. A lot is expected of you, and the liabilities are greater as well. Your words weigh more. Your decisions have broader implications. For first-time managers, it’s a lot to learn and apply.
In this specific workshop, we’ll look into the basics of transitioning from an individual contributor role into a management role for first-time managers. There are tons of resources on people management, but if you’re new to it, this is a good place to start.
During this workshop, we will:
After the workshop, you will have learned: