From ‘team-mate’ to managing your 'team-mates'
Promotions are exciting, challenging, usually well-deserved - but fraught with ‘changes & dangers’.
The transition from 'doing' to 'managing' requires a whole new mind-set!
When a person’s role changes – those around you can shift how they view a manager and change how they act & behave within the business.
Our half-day Workshop is based on organisational behaviour & psychological theories of behaviour change. Empower your Mate2Manager to:
Build long-term foundations
Create a culture of accountability
Increase workplace communication
Increase workplace staff retention
Increase team productivity
Our facilitators are successful long-term business owners & understand the realities of what really happens in the workplace & lead participants through a stepped process on how to achieve a successful transition.
All participants will create & implement an individualised, stepped, ‘Development Plan’ specific to your workplace, your situation, and your team.
The program is for:
New internally promoted mangers & supervisors,
Identified future managers, and
Those in positions of high persuasion
For staff in supervisory, managerial & team leader roles
Re-motivate your staff, boost morale, increase staff retention, strengthen teams, create respected leaders, and increase productivity.
This program enables those in key supervisory roles to be able to manage diverse personalities, diverse situations and lead their team to become productive, cohesive, motivated and self-managed workplaces. Especially suited for those who have had limited professional development yet are passionate about their purpose.
The program consists of 2.5hr monthly modules or 8 people (max.) and is a development program which allows participants time to implement and achieve positive change - rather than a one-off course which provides great theory but doesn't deliver on practicality in the workplace.
The program is for:Internally newly-appointed managers i.e. promoted from being a team-mate to 'managing your team-mates';Managers who have limited, or no, previous leadership training; Identified future managers; and Those who require a structured program to achieve permanent, positive outcomes.