Event: Creating Exceptional First Time Managers

 
  • When: November 24th from 11:00 am (IST)
  • Price: Complimentary
  • Who should attend: HR Heads, L&D Heads, HR Managers and Senior HR leaders
 

First-time manager training is an important part of any leadership development program, with the need for quality training essential to build a solid foundation to start managerial careers. Understanding the dynamics and preferences of these aspiring leaders is critical to developing successful training programs.

First Time Managers generally form a pipeline of future leaders. Today’s talent management solutions have solved multiple problems that include accessing top quality content and interfacing with experts from around the world to acquire these skills. The gap that exists is to experience the role of being a first time manager. This involves stepping into the role of a First Time Manager and taking tough day to day decisions and using behavioral traits to solve business problems. Traditionally, this is done in a dangerous manner through on-the-job, where failures can translate to financial losses for the company and eventually leading to underperformance of the first time manager and result in loss of morale.

In this webinar, you will learn how First Time Managers can:

1.     Retain key skills and attributes gained over the course of the learning program,

2.     Be prepared to address critical business requirements, negotiations and challenges, and drive change,

3.     Positively impact productivity, performance and overall morale of the team, and more.

Join us in People Matters & KNOLSKAPE webinar session to know more about Creating Exceptional First Time Managers.

 

 

Speakers


Saiprasad Nagarajan

Saiprasad Nagarajan

Director, KNOLSKAPE

For more information contact…

Diksha Raheja
diksha.raheja@peoplematters.in
08979568413
0124-4841220

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