Leadership Insights on Transitioning from Frontline Manager to Mid-Level Manager

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Transitioning from a frontline manager to a mid-level manager requires strategies for settling into middle management. Learn what you can do to ease the transition all the while imparting change, accountability, and developing others along the way.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Acquire insights on the need to plan for resistance when planning for change.
    Acquire insights on helping employees bring their best performance to work through accountability.
    acquire insights on how leaders set the mood and atmosphere that either helps or hinders team members in achieving their goals.
    Acquire insights on how you can achieve a big goal by breaking it down into smaller goals first.
  • Acquire insights on planning ‘backwards from your goal’ to ensure a successful outcome.
    Acquire insights on the ‘on-the-level’ approach to communication.
    Acquire insights on how you can set up a peer-to-peer coaching network.
    Acquire insights on how managers can function effectively with a team by creating opportunities for them to succeed.

IN THIS COURSE

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    1.  Planning for Change 
    3m 41s
    When you are planning for change, Anne Riches explains, you need to plan for resistance. A certain element is likely to resist, but you need to maintain your focus on leading the majority who are willing to go forward with the change.  FREE ACCESS
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    2.  Accountability Raises Employee Performance 
    3m 23s
    Help employees bring their best performances through accountability.  FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Set the Mood for Your Team 
    1m 48s
    Leaders set the mood and atmosphere that either helps or hinders team members in achieving their goals.  FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Break Down Big Goals 
    2m 10s
    If you want to achieve a big goal, break it down into smaller goals first.  FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Working Backwards From a Win 
    5m 18s
    To capture a win, plan backwards from your goal.  FREE ACCESS
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    6.  On-the-Level Communication 
    2m 58s
    On-the-level communication is purposeful, direct, respectful, and carries shared responsibility. Givers and receivers both need reflective skills—observing, listening, and empathizing—and expressive skills—questioning, describing, and concluding.  FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Mutual Interest: The Power of Peer-to-Peer Coaching 
    2m 57s
    Peer-to-peer networks can help with leaders’ personal development. Setting up a coaching network can bring you many benefits. Discover how you can set up a peer-to-peer coaching network.  FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Managing by Walking Behind Them 
    2m 27s
    The best managers are those who create opportunities for those under them to succeed, says Stephen Harding. Here he explains how managers function most effectively.  FREE ACCESS

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