Develop Kickass New Managers



2 x 5 hrs/day


Live instructor-led


Online or in person


3 months

follow-up & support

Develop Kickass New Managers

Not training new managers can have big repercussions, because first-level managers are directly responsible for organizing and enabling the work of approximately 80% of an organization’s employees.

Challenges addressed by this program:

The big transition: From managing self to managing others

Becoming a new manager requires someone to stop focusing on getting results through their own efforts and technical competence and instead focus on achieving results through others.

It sounds simple, but it’s a transition that trips up most new managers. It requires a whole new approach to work and a new set of skills to organize and manage the work for other people and then enable and motivate them to get work done.

A business-critical need: Because untrained managers hurt the bottom line

  • Most new managers are left to just “figure it out.”: Research conducted by The Ken Blanchard Companies found that 61% of new managers received no training either before or during the first three years of being a manager.
  • In fact, there’s a multi-year training gap: People most frequently become first-time managers between the ages of 29 and 36. However, the research found that managers get their first leadership training at age 41 – many years after they begin supervising.
  • Not training new managers can have big repercussions: First-level managers are directly responsible for organizing and enabling the work of approximately 80% of an organization’s employees. So if managers lack the management skills and mindset to do their jobs well, this can directly negatively impact a company’s bottom line.

Key take-aways from this program:

By participating in this leadership habit-building program to help new managers learn how to supervise a team of individual contributors effectively, participants will:

  • Learn how to make well-informed, effective, and timely decisions, and also anticipate & manage the impact of their choices.
  • Develop their ability to determine objectives, set priorities, and hold themselves & others accountable for high-quality, timely, cost-effective results.
  • Learn how to inspire and foster team commitment, facilitate cooperation, and motivate team members to accomplish group goals.
  • Hone their ability to give clear and convincing oral presentations, listen effectively, and write in a clear, concise, organized, and persuasive manner.
  • Develop a first-level understanding of their organization’s financial processes and know how to prepare, justify, and administer their budget, monitor expenditures, and use cost-benefit thinking to set priorities.


Pricing for this program starts at $1,500 per participant for a minimum group size of 5 participants. For a custom quote, contact us to discuss your needs.

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