You’ve worked hard to ascend the career ladder so you could reach a leadership position. Congratulations! You made it. Now what?
Stepping into a management role for the first time isn’t just a change of task — it’s a fundamental shift of identity. Shifting from being a peer to a leader is no small thing.
To be successful, new managers must transition from getting the work done themselves to getting the work done through others. This requires a new level of self-awareness, an additional range of skills, and a new perspective that redefines success.
“Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others.” – Jack Welch
Core Design Topics
- Moving up – how to transition into a leadership role
- Success for new Managers – the 6 shifts required. 1) Your Mindset 2) Your Relationships 3) Your Attitude 4) Your Perspective 5) Your Focus 6) Your Skillset
- The most common challenges new leaders face
- Understand and leverage your strengths – VIA self-assessment tool
- New leaders to identify the 6 mindset shifts required
- Develop the confidence & capability to now lead others
- A personalised development plan – gain insights into strengths and areas for development to embark on their own journeys to being effective leaders.
Download our Leadership DNA brochure to learn more about our key areas of focus for learning.