Seeing a shining star of your business rise out of the ranks and take on a new role managing others can be very satisfying. But, it often goes very wrong.
Some employees slip into a management job without any problem, but many do struggle. Being good at what you do doesn’t always mean you can be good at managing other people. If things go wrong you can even lose staff if they don’t get support making this difficult transition.
The thing is, problems can be avoided with some simple guidance. We can avoid turning a success story into a tragedy with some simple coaching and interventions. It’s a small investment.
Put your new manager on our ‘New Manager’ course and give them the best start. It’s an investment that will pay for years to come.
£1,100 – Book now