Wise Best Leadership Books For New Managers
Most promotions come with a lot of responsibility and a raise (if you’re lucky), but no instruction manual. It can be difficult to step into a new role, with all of its new tasks and expectations, and also be forced to learn people-management skills on the fly. This pressure is increased a hundredfold when you’re a new business owner facing a new staff. Our new leadership skills for new managers learning resource is carefully crafted to quickly bring you up-to-speed with management best practices. Learn what employees really want from a supervisor, get tips for more effective communication (poor communication is the top complaint employees make about supervisors), complete Action Items to bring new depth to your experience, and use the self-evaluation tool to help understand your strengths and weaknesses as a manager.