• Wednesday, Jan. 17
  • 1:00 ET
  • 10:00 PT

New Managers:
Master the Art of Leadership, Communication & Team Building

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Increase performance with proven leadership training

In this inspiring webinar, your new managers will learn how to:

  • Press the right motivational buttons. Learn simple steps to inspire a diverse workforce and produce at a higher level, even if your staff is remote.
  • Handle awkward and legally risky situations. From employee discipline to those “can we talk” moments, learn what to say and how to say it.
  • Become the coach employees want. Learn how to lead with the coaching approach, rather than an old-school “management down” style.

Studies show that when new managers get training, it results in better performance and lower turnover.

Getting promoted into a first-time supervisory role is exciting and scary. That’s because new managers rarely get the training they need to be successful. 

Success takes more than technical know-how or good luck. It’s about wisdom, motivational abilities, and helping employees hold themselves accountable to reach new heights. It’s about knowing what to say and how to say it.

On January 17, join best-selling author and employee-relations guru Paul Falcone for an advice-packed training session that will help new managers successfully navigate their new leadership roles. Paul wrote several books on the subject, including New Managers: Mastering the Big 3 Principles of Effective Management—Leadership, Communication, and Team Building, The First-Time Manager: Leading Through Crisis, and coming your way in the spring of 2024, The First-Time Manager: HR, all published by HarperCollins Leadership. All attendees will receive a section from the New Managers book on “how to become a ‘favorite boss.’”

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Agenda for New Managers

  • How to communicate clearly to boost performance and earn employees’ respect.
  • Coach and motivate those who report to you, not from a “management down” but from a “leadership up” approach.
  • Master remote leadership and establish an achievement mindset.
  • The right words to address uncomfortable workplace situations in real time.
  • How to hold all team members to the highest performance and conduct standards.
  • Create and sustain a culture based on trust, equality, open communication and transparency.
  • The right questions that help you mentor any employee.
  • How to administer progressive disciplinary action appropriately and, when necessary, structure terminations that will withstand legal scrutiny.
  • Avoid rookie mistakes that can lead to hard feelings — or even legal trouble.

Interactive Q&A time included

Get your personal questions on management answered from a true national expert on the subject.

Paul Falcone is the principal of Paul Falcone Workplace Leadership Consulting, LLC, specializing in leadership and management training, executive coaching, keynote speaking, and facilitating corporate offsite retreats. Paul is the former CHRO of Nickelodeon, a long-term columnist for SHRM, and a bestselling author of 15 books with HarperCollins Leadership and the American Management Association, including the new five-book Paul Falcone Workplace Leadership Series101 Tough Conversations to Have with Employees, 101 Sample Write-Ups for Documenting Employee Performance Problems, 96 Great Interview Questions to Ask Before You Hire, and 2600 Phrases for Effective Performance Reviews.

Paul Falcone
Paul Falcone author, former CHRO of Nickelodeon, and a long-term columnist for SHRM
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New Managers: Mastering the Big Three Principles of Effective Management — Leadership, Communication and Team Building

Everyone who signs up will receive a segment of Paul Falcone’s new book, New Managers: Mastering the Big Three Principles of Effective Management—Leadership, Communication and Team Building, published by HarperCollins Leadership. The segment titled “How to Become a Favorite Boss” includes a description of best leadership and communication practices for new managers.

New Manager Guide

New managers have a lot on their plate. A new job, sometimes a new company. A team to meet, learn the quirks of, and get up to speed on. Sometimes they’ve never managed employees before. This can be overwhelming, which is why new managers need solid ground to set themselves up for success. This new white paper offers insight new managers can apply right away.

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