Leaders of others are your front-line managers. They lead approximately 80-90% of all employees in the organization. This makes them a critical workforce. Leaders of others have the single highest day-to-day impact on engagement, motivation, attitude, job satisfaction, quality, and employee retention.
In the program, we will support leaders in overcoming the typical transition issues for leaders of others. As you will probably notice, these are behaviors you also see with more experienced leaders of others.
- Micromanages instead of delegating
- Competes with direct reports about “knowing best”
- Avoids tough conversations with direct reports
- Takes over direct reports’ work rather than letting them do their own job
- Feels that questions from direct reports are a disturbance rather than an opportunity to coach and develop them