Good employees don't always make good managers. In fact, sometimes the best employees are the worst managers.
Managing successfully requires a new mindset and completely new set of skills. If left to learn on the fly, untrained new managers can alienate employees and create a disorganized and dispirited workforce.
How can you best train your new managers to ensure they continue their success and motivate others to grow and excel as well?
- The toughest transitions: 3 places new managers slip-up
- The 2 types of managers that crush morale
- Team training: How great managers bring employees together
- 4 keys to delegating without alienating employees
- Inherited discipline problems
- A 'bad' employee
- Unmotivated employees
- How much fun is too much fun?
- Bad attitude employees
- Employees trying to be the boss
- How to toe the company line
- Best ways to deal with the 4 generations of workers
- 6 best practices to be more "hands on"
- Keys to getting the most out of your employees
- Recognition: How to show your team you care
Leadership and Success
- Breaking down the best places to work: What sets them apart
- Work friendships make smart business sense: Proven ideas to encourage them
- Meetings that open employees' minds and elicit laughter
- 5 research-proven reasons humor helps in the workplace
- Team-building games that consistently create fun and camaraderie
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