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promoted to managerHow ready are you to take on your promotion from staff to manager?

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could step into your promotion fully prepared to take on the responsibilities and communicate effectively with all levels in the organization?

There’s a lot of pressure to perform as a new manager and 99% of the time, there is no training or preparation to step up to the challenge.

Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could wave a magic wand and your wish to make the shift from coworker to manager with ease and comfort, knowing that you have all skills that it takes to successfully step into your new role?

All of this is possible. Want to know how?

Your past performance is what motivated your management to promote you.  However, continuing to perform as a proven achiever will derail your career.  What you need to do to prepare for this new responsibility is to shift your mindset to move into your new role.

I help new managers develop into high-performance managers who know how to manage their time, communicate effectively, set clear goals and expectations and encourage productivity and hire smart to positively effect retention.

My method is not a 3-ring binder approach. We start with the vision of what good management is for the individual and the organization.

As an executive coach, I focus on you as an individual with strengths and skills that we build on. Knowing how to meet the challenges you face is our focus.  It’s important both for you, the new manager, and your staff and the organization that you take on your new responsibilities with a mindset that you can be the leader who is needed to fill the role you’ve taken on.

Because employees leave managers not organizations, it’s important that you quickly develop solid relationships with your staff.  It’s costly to have employees leave a company because they are not managed well.  My mission is to help managers create an environment that supports and encourages productivity.

If this mission resonates with you, we should talk.  Let’s have a conversation about your role and how you would like it to be. Give me 15 minutes to show you how I can help you move into your new role with proficiency and confidence.

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