Effective, high-quality management is key to organizational success. No matter what your industry, your organization needs to have skilled managers in place to be the best it can be. But managers don’t just appear out of nowhere, equipped with the skills to succeed. Managers need to be developed. And while your organization is likely to do a mix of external hiring and internal promotion, taking the time to develop new managers from within the organization is a worthwhile investment. There are several strategies that can help you develop new managers, which ensures not just the success of individual employees but of the organization as a whole.

 

INTRODUCTION
Course Objectives


MODULE 1
Managers are Made, Not Born
Managers Must Be Developed
Management Skills Can Be Learned
Managers Learn by Being Managed Well
Create a Management Track
Knowledge Check


MODULE 2
Create a Management Track
Clearly Define Roles and Competencies
Provide Tools
Identify Candidates Early
Clearly Define the Management Track
Knowledge Check


MODULE 3
Define and Build Competencies
Clearly Define Competencies Needed
Identify Strengths
Identify Development Needs
Provide Development Opportunities
Knowledge Check


MODULE 4
Managers Learn by Being Managed Well
Pair New Managers with Mentors
Reward Effective Managers
Emulate Effective Managers
Create and Document Best Practices
Knowledge Check


MODULE 5
Provide Tools
Provide Manuals and Policy Documents
Empower New Managers
Provide Support
Provide Training and Development Opportunities
Knowledge Check


MODULE 6
Provide Support
Encourage Peer Networking
Establish Resource People
Encourage Mentor Relationships
Establish Regular Check Ins
Knowledge Check


MODULE 7
Identify Strong Candidates Early
Development Begins Early
Identify Candidates Early
Identify Candidates Through Reviews
Develop Those with Management Goals
Knowledge Check


MODULE 8
Clearly Define the Management Track
Make the Path to Management Clear
A Clear Track Is a Guidepost
A Clear Track Ensures Quality Training and Support
Succession Planning and Change Management
Knowledge Check


MODULE 9
Empower New Managers
Making Decisions
Asking for Help
Support, Don’t Micromanage
Continuous Growth and Development
Knowledge Check


MODULE 10
Provide Growth Opportunities
Provide Continuous Growth Opportunities
Create a Development Plan
Provide Regular Feedback
Encourage Mentoring
Knowledge Check


ASSESSMENT
Post Test


WRAPPING UP
Course Summary

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