First-Time Leaders

For first-time and front-line managers the step-up to leadership roles could be a daunting and difficult challenge. And the numbers prove it: 20{4bea888c72ffecf8eec8834a8ca0dcf8d3115a3487790e21aedeb4dc003400e9} of first-time managers are doing a poor job, according to their subordinates. 26{4bea888c72ffecf8eec8834a8ca0dcf8d3115a3487790e21aedeb4dc003400e9} of first-time managers felt they were not ready to lead others to begin with. This workshop will introduce the learners to a variety of leadership models and familiarize them with practical applications of leadership. Participants will discover how they can act as leaders in all areas of their lives – at home, in their communities, and in the world at large without necessarily being in traditional leadership positions – and how that can be effectively applied to a workplace scenario.

Program objectives:
  • Helping participants make the transition to a leadership role
  • Understanding leadership – what it is, and what it is not
  • Outlining different styles of leadership – their advantages and disadvantages
  • Using effective decision making skills to become an effective leader
  • Key leadership and management skill
  • Self-Assessment 
Learning Outcomes
  • Become more influential
  • Understand and exhibit accountability
  • Identify leadership development goals specific to your own and individual needs
  • Build rapport with employees, managers and peers
  • Resolve common day-to-day employee issues 
Ideal For
  • Team Leads
  • Newly promoted/inducted managers
  • Future Managers
  • Prospective Managers and Supervisors
  • Project Managers
  • Anyone who could benefit from being more influential