Course "When moving into a leadership role, how to stop acting like an employee and start acting like a leader" has been pre-approved by HRCI as eligible for 1.5 credits towards a participant's recertification upon full completion.

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Introduction

For an organization to be successful in all aspects of operation, it is absolutely essential for there to be leaders present at each and every level of the corporation. This stipulation is applicable to each and every tier of the organization. If you want to move up in the ranks and become a manager rather than an employee, you need to determine which aspects of your focus need to change in order for you to be successful in your role as a manager. This is due to the fact that managers at all levels contribute to the communication of the organization's overarching goals as well as its ambitions, in addition to the motivation of teams and departments to reach those objectives. This is a must in order to ensure success. Another explanation for this is that managers play a role in communicating the organization's overarching goals and aims to their subordinates. 

It is essential to have the ability to communicate effectively if you are going to be a manager for any kind of company. Show your staff that you believe in them and that you care about them. Having the ability to make decisions and provide direction for your team is essential. Capable of connecting on an individual level with employees. It is necessary for managers of an organization to earn the trust and respect of their subordinates and peers as they work together toward a shared goal, such as the attainment of financial success. This is because managers of an organization collaborate toward the accomplishment of a common goal, such as the achievement of a common goal. Managers have the ability to make a difference in their businesses by adapting their leadership strategies to reflect both the present leadership trends and those that are projected to develop in the near future.

Area Covered In The Webinar

Following are the topics that will be discussed in depth during this webinar, giving you a great opportunity on how to stop thinking like an employee and acting like a leader.

  • Acknowledge your managerial qualities. 
  • Understand your leadership obligations as a manager. 
  • Prepare yourself to be a "Jack of all trades." 
  • Learn why employee mindset causes manager to fail. 
  • Employees are followers and not leaders.
  • Enhance your managerial skills. 
  • Learn from the best leaders in history and emulate their methods.

Why should you attend?

As a manager, you must serve as a link between the organization and your team. Also, as a manager, it is essential to funnel information and link your team with what they need to know most. Every level of management requires guiding a group in a new direction; thus, a manager must be able to identify exceptional chances and have an excellent strategic vision. 

It is important to attend this webinar because it will be covering the following aspects of managers and employees: 

  • You will learn that, as a manager with a clear vision, you must be able to motivate others and expand the organization. 
  • You will discover why employees are more likely to follow a manager with whom they have confidence and rapport. 
  • You will learn that leading by example is essential to your success as a successful manager. 
  • You will learn letting go of an employee’s behavior will free you from misleading your team as a manager.
  • You also realize that becoming a manager does not happen overnight. To create and apply managerial skills requires you to have a strategy and vision.

Who Will Benefit

Small Business Owners, Leaders, Managers, Team Leaders, Project Managers, Department Heads, Supervisors and anyone in Leadership Role

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Carolyn D. Riggins is the founder and owner of CDR Consulting Services, LLC in Atlanta's Greater District, Georgia. CDR Consulting Services specializes in training, coaching, team development, and de Know More

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