We all want to be a supervisor or manager. Until we are one.
This productive, engaging, sometimes humorous, talk is about the traits that effective managers have, but no one told them about.
Moving from labor and into management involves a change from working with tools and objects to working with people and data. The move requires rewiring the brain and developing a different skill set.
Without cracking the manager code, it is easy to fail.
But that doesn’t have to be the case. Managers and supervisors don’t have to be one of the 60% of managers that fail within 24 months.
What others are saying:
Bart hit it out of the ballpark!
Our members very much appreciated the time he spent with them, saying this about Bart:
"This guy is spot on! Most managers were the best shop/ field mechanics. They (myself included) received no managerial training. I wish I had heard this 20 years ago."
"Bart was a great presenter and his content was outstanding. He was smooth and transitioned well during the presentation. This subject is a problem we face in our industry constantly."
Rachel Connor – AEMP