It’s your first day. New role. New responsibilities. New organization. New people. New culture. Everything is new. Everything. Or… It’s your first day. Changed role. Changed responsibilities. Same organization. Same people. Same culture. But everything is has changed. Everything. This is the reality of a new manager. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been with an organization for 20 years or 20 minutes, it’s a whole new ballgame now. Your role is unlike any other pre-management position you’ve held before. The job description is much broader including verbs like lead, direct, and determine. The responsibilities and stakes are higher with the ability to impact – either positively or negatively – on a greater scope. The sociological implications are significant. Remember all those conversations you used to have about your manager? They are having those conversations about you. What are they saying? What do you wish your manager would have known or done at the time you reported to them? It’s not enough that you are beginning a challenging new role; you are doing it on a stage. And it’s no longer about what you can accomplish as an individual contributor, but rather what you can accomplish through others as an individual and team developer. First impressions are everything. Your people want to know if you are competent, capable, and worthy of their allegiance. And they’ll make that decision within a matter of days. The first conversations, the first meetings, the first initiatives all set precedents that can take months to undo if you start out on the wrong foot. Start on the right foot. Learn about the 10 mistakes new managers make and how to avoid them. This teleseminar is for new managers or any director or human resource professional helping support a new manager. Participants will: • Gain insights into the 10 mistakes new managers make and how to avoid them • Discover the priorities managers need to focus on in their first six months • Learn strategies to simplify the complexity of the role • Pinpoint the length of time it takes for a new manager to feel competent • Understand how to rectify their previous mistakes with a revolutionary method What participants are saying... “I enjoyed everything about this presentation! The mistakes were simple and easy to understand and apply to my professional life.” “This presentation will help me shape myself as an effective leader and eventually a successful one.” “I plan on re-evaluating my overly ambitious desire to be liked management style. Neil was dead on with the need to know yourself – even your dream job can cause a feeling of burn out.” “Great presenter and a very pragmatic topic. Wonderful lessons I will apply to myself as a leader.” “Neil provided great real-life examples that brought the topic to life.” “Neil wasn’t lofty or theoretical. He was authentic and was upfront about the complexities of being a leader.” “I will begin using information from this session TOMORROW!” “Many of these mistakes are soooooo true!” “Great advice for new leaders” “Neil had an engaging personality and great presentation skills and stories!” “The presentation flowed and the examples were relevant and entertaining.” “I loved Neil’s enthusiasm for the topic!” “Exceeded expectations!” “Neil had great charisma and was informative, engaging, and enlightening!” “The handout was great and I loved how Neil tied stories the points he was making.” “The topic was so interesting, informative, and captivating. He needs to be the keynote speaker next year!” “Essential information new managers need to know!” “Neil had a great sense of humor!” “I will reference these 10 mistakes daily!” “I thought it was unique to make the negative connotation rather than say: Be a great leader by doing these 10 things.” “Neil’s real life applications were great – very well organized and thought through.” “I will definitely be able to take tips from this and apply them to my management style.” “I just wanted to tell you once again how much I truly enjoyed your training. The information you presented was informative, practical and interesting. In addition, your delivery was very captivating. I look forward to doing more research on the topic and applying it to my life. Thank you for taking the time to be a part of the event!” “Neil was really great. He gave me very useful information and presented it in a manner that was very engaging and easy to follow. The take away from his breakout out is priceless. Good stuff that I can really use.” “For me, this breakout was one of the best. Advantageous and applicable would be 2 words I would use to describe my experience from his session."