Moving from Line Employee to Supervisor: Transitioning New Managers into Star Leaders
|Date||:||20th June 2019|
|Time||:||10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST|
Most companies promote from within and promote individual performers to first line supervisor. This is a good step to help create a career path to develop management people. It makes good business sense, because managers represent an investment in the future.
There is just one problem. The new supervisor has not been prepared in getting results with people rather than doing it all alone. Before long problems with staff occur either because the new manager is applying his own individual work habits and standards to others or he is stepping in doing things himself and micro managing. This should not happen and won’t if new managers are set up for success.
Why Should You Attend:
Unfortunately, in many businesses, formal management training is rare. If employees show themselves to be good workers, they get promoted whether they are ready to manage or not. It can be challenging to be the middleman between the employees and the owner. Manager and executives concerned with staff retention and in particularly high performer retention should not miss this webinar. The first line supervisor is the key to the work team.
Majority of the new managers promoted recently receive little to no formal training for the new role which has been assigned to them. It is no surprise that they struggle in new roles. The natural instinct for most of these new supervisors is to fall back upon the skill sets which made them successful as an individual contributor. But these skill sets are often found inadequate as they grapple with the responsibilities of being a manager. This webinar is for the people new to the role as well as those who can use some additional training to assist with their day to day job activities.
Objectives of the Presentation:
- Learn to recognize potential leaders in your organization
- How to prepare future leaders by designing an individual career path
- The most important performance factor (it is not skill)
- How to become an effective team leader
- Understand the role motivation plays with job performance
Areas Covered in the Session:
- The ratio of individual skills to management skills from supervisor to top management
- Why specific job experience can be a hindrance to managing the job
- The role of the leader
- The role of the manager
- What drives performance
- The role of motivation
- Understanding culture in the organization
- Goal Achievement
Who will Benefit:
- Senior Managers
- Supervisors and Team Leaders
- Aspiring Entrepreneurs
- Talent Development Professionals
- Project Managers
- Business Owners
- HR Professionals
- Senior Vice Presidents
- Vice Presidents
- Executive Directors
- Managing Directors
- Regional Vice Presidents
- Area Supervisors
Grant Schneider, CBC, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, is president and founder of Performance Development Strategies. His company helps organizations achieve greater results by aligning people in the organization with the organization's mission and strategy. Grant helps these organizations create change, develop managers and executives, and create high performing teams resulting in engaged employees and loyal customers. Grant is a Certified Business Coach using an approach that helps organizations identify their vision of success, develop the roadmap, create goals and then achieve those goals.
Grant has served in numerous community and professional volunteer leadership roles. He served on the Westchester County Private Industry Council. He is a past president of the Westchester Human Resource Management Association as well as past Executive Director of the New York State Society for Human Resource Management and has served on the Society for Human Resources' national panel for HR Metrics and Human Capital Measurement. He works with entrepreneurs through a program of the Westchester County Industrial Development Authority which helps businesses grow and reap the benefits of doing business with the government.
Grant currently serves as leader and coordinator for The JAO (Just Add One Program) which helps business owners work on their business and take it to the next level.