Managers are given the opportunity to lead, supervise, mentor, and motivate others, and their ability to do so makes a huge impact on our company’s overall success. But, typically we find that first-time managers are often thrown into their new role with little to no management training.
This can lead to poor management, high turnover rates, workplace stress, and declines in employee productivity. No one sets out to be a poor manager. In fact, many managers may not even realize they are doing anything wrong. When we recognize it, though, we need to act quickly and decisively to determine whether or not we want to help build success or look for a new individual for the role.
Sandler’s strategic management training for developing manager’s is a great bi-monthly class that I host to help organizations develop their management teams—however, if you’re interested in the twelve signs that your new managers may need training read this.