The HBR New Managers Development Series Program(BMC)
Course Information

Training workshops based on “Harvard Business Review” Articles tailored for developing New Managers.

Course Objectives
  • Make your new transition into Management smooth by acquiring the right behavior.
  • Learn the effective management skills to help you succeed in delivering success as a new manager.
  • Learn how build and use networks for faster success
  • Learn how to manage the people in high intensity workplace without collapsing them
  • Develop your emotional Intelligence that will boost your success and your followers success.
  • Learn how to assess and re-shape a team you inherit

6 individual Sessions that will equip you with the most valuable tools and knowledge to lead people for the first time.

course outline

Module 1: How leaders use networking for success

What separate successful leaders from the rest of the pack ? Networking. Many leaders avoid networking.

  • Build three types of networks (operational , personal and strategic)
  • Learn how each network can add value in different ways
  • Lessen the pain and increase the gain
  • Mind your mind set
  • Work from the outside in
  • Re-allocate your time
  • Ask and you shall receive
  • Stick to it and make it part of your personal branding

 

Module 2: Managing the high intensity workplace

The expectation that people will be totally available and committed to work has never been stronger but even in high intensity environment, most people don’t conform to that ideal.

  • Strategies people use to respond to high-pressure working place
  • Rapid engagement: Accepting
  • Feigned attentiveness: Passing
  • Next-Day follow up: Revealing
  • How to define “Ideal worker”
    1. Develop your own multifaceted identity
    2. Minimize time-based rewards
    3. Protect employees’ personal lives

 

Module 3: How to lead a team you inherit

Most team-building frameworks assume that you get to cherry-pick members and set the directions and tone from day one. But new managers usually don’t have this lucury. They must work with people they inherit.

 

  • Assess people against specific qualities that serve your business
  • Create an interview template and notice for people’s verbal & non-verbal clues
  • Look into the cultural & engagement differences that affect engagement and productivity.
  • Re-shape the team through re-assigns of tasks and projects. JD revamps.
  • Re-assess the operating model
  • Integration : The final element of re-shaping: establishment of ground rules and processes.

 

Module 4: How managers become leaders

What makes managers great leaders isn’t IQ or technical skills, it is their Emotional Intelligence. A group of five skills that enable the best leaders to maximize their own and their followers’ performance.

  • How EI can help you outperform your peers
  • The 5 components of EI: Definition, hallmarks and examples
  • Self-awareness
  • Self-Regulation
  • Motivation
  • Empathy
  • Social Skills

 

Module 5: Saving your Rookie Managers from themselves

You’ve wisely promoted a top performer into a management. Six months later, this rising star has fallen hard: he’s overwhelmed fearful, not respected by his staff. Why? You probably promoted him base don his technical competence than expired him to learn management skills by himself. How to save your stars from failing?

 

  • Highlight the need of development to your Rookie managers.
  • Essential skills your rookie Managers should learn:
    1. Delegating getting support from above
    2. Project confidence
    3. Focusing on the big picture
    4. Giving constructive feedback
  • How each skill can help new managers

 

Module 6: Harnessing the Science of Persuasion

If Leadership, at its most basic, consists of getting things done through others, then persuasion is one of the leader’s essential tools. Many managers have assumed that this tool is beyond their grasp, available only for charismatic. Persuasion can be taught and applied by learning its principles.

 

  • Learn the Persuasion Principles:
    1. Liking
    2. Reciprocity
    3. Social Proof
    4. Consistency
    5. Authority
    6. Scarcity
  • The business application of each principle
Category: Business Management Courses
Industry:
Oil & GAS; Aviation & Maritime; Construction & Engineering; Food Production & Catering; Government Hospitality & Tourism; Manufacturing
Topics:
Leadership & Management
Duration:
6 days
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